When you lose, don’t lose the lesson.
— Dalai Lama
Wikipedia’s entry on the Dalai Lama
Books by or about the Dalai Lama
“The world is a reflection of who we are and if we don’t like the reflection it doesn’t help to break the mirror” — Deepak Chopra
A Global Meditation for Peace is going on now (Friday, August 8).
Participate here: http://globalmeditation.chopra.com/#_=_
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An excerpt from A Healing Tool That Most Doctors Have Forgotten, by Nick Polizzi on The Sacred Science
Have you ever had a strange feeling that…
– A loved one was in trouble
– You needed to eat a specific food or take a certain herb or supplement
– There was something unsafe or otherwise “off” about a certain person or place
…that ended up being spot-on?
Read the entire article on The Sacred Science
These are the folks who produced The Sacred Science movie in 2012, a documentary about the rain forest, shamans and natural (plant) healing.
Check out the trailer to the movie here:
There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn’t true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true.
Wikipedia’s entry on Kierkegaard:
Search results on Archive.org (PDFs and other ebooks)
Search results on Youtube:
Dr. William A. Tiller has a new website entitled Science and Spirt Magazine.
Most people know Bill from his appearance in What the Bleep do we Know. He’s also a professor emeritus of Materials Science and Engineering at Stanford University.
From Bruce Lipton’s blog, Biology of Belief.
Excerpt from What Kind of Vibes are you Feeling Today?
Have you ever visited someone’s house and thought—“Wow, it’s so beautiful, it feels so peaceful, I love this house.” That’s a house that resonates well with the energy of its occupants and with your energy as well. Or you visited someone else’s house and thought, “What’s up with that flocked wall paper? Oh my god, how could they have put that on the wall?” That house does not match your energy and its occupants no doubt don’t either.