The worldwide activities of the Lucis Trust, founded by Alice Bailey and Foster Bailey, are dedicated to establishing right human relations.
The activities of the Lucis Trust promote the education of the human mind towards recognition and practice of the spiritual principles and values upon which a stable and interdependent world society may be based. Read More »
One of the major difficulties in dealing with air and atmospheric pollution is that corporate interests, often driven by short-term goals and the need to maximize market share and profits, resist regulation, inhibiting the development of technological processes and economic structures that might support a shift towards a healthy atmosphere.
Because of the freely flowing nature of the atmosphere, we do not usually think of air pollution as an indoor problem. Yet it is present in both developed and developing nations, though in different ways. Smoke poses a hazard to many in developing countries - the smoke from indoor cooking stoves and from indoor lighting.
Throughout the history of human spirituality, with its diversity of myths, practices and beliefs, the breath has always been a source of meditation and reflection. This is not surprising. Breath is linked with Life. To breathe is to live. When human beings, along with mammals, birds and reptiles, are born they take their first breath – and with their last breath, life withdraws from the body.