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  • Why reiki, crystals, and flower essences are going mainstream

    Vanity Fair - 09/24/2015

    Forty or so years after the golden New Age era of the 60s and 70s, “there is a feeling that people are still unsatisfied with their lives,” says Timothy Brown, a professor at Northeastern University currently researching New Age cultures. “The practices that have been passed down from Eastern traditions are time-tested and very powerful. Even the most basic kinds of stuff about having control over your thoughts and emotions and being calm and getting over the oversubscribed, workaholic way that we live is very attractive.”

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