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Written by Taty Sena   


Beholders is run as a group of people interested in the Body, Mind and Spirit connection, as well as social, environmental and humanitarian causes. The ideal is to join forces for a significant transformation of the current state of the world, in a broad and individual level. was created by Beholders Group as a way of creating dialogue and finding our similarities instead of our differences. The site has just been re-designed to allow more dialogue from all of you, so participate by leaving comments, submitting articles and joining our social networks.

We believe that there is no separation between Body, Mind and Spirit practices, and that isolating one in favor of the other just impoverished our own experiences and our ability to understand one another. That science, religion, arts, physical practices are all different venues we use to try to understand who we are, why we are here and to feel present, alive and aware.

 We all view the world through our own lenses, not through its reality, but we should be able to try to use those same instincts to look around and try to understand where others are coming from and what has made them come to that place. We are a product of our own experiences and trying to understand the motivations of others helps us understand ourselves.  There is never just one side to the story and right and wrong are permeated with endless shades of gray.

 We would like you to find the connections between the topics, to send us suggestions, submit articles and help this site grow. Let us positively and actively pursue change together. It's time for an era when we complain less and do more.

Our time has come...



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"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."
-- Margaret Mead

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