One Woman’s Path To God In Japan
わたしのチイサナココロ is a short documentary following the steps of one woman’s journey along the...
This Clever Artist Is Sure To Awaken Your Comical Genius
Artist Gao Youjun, who goes by Tango, has created a brilliant set of drawings for your viewing pleasure. If...
A Solid Dose Of Science & Spirituality Brought To You By Joe Dispenza
This weekend I traveled to Nanaimo, British Columbia to attend the Science & Spirituality Conference. There were hundreds of...
Here’s Five Minutes Of Peaceful Pottery [VIDEO]
If you are having a stressful day and need to take a five just to gather your thoughts and have a moment to breathe, this is the perfect video for you today. The meditative process involved in pottery making has always been very attractive to me, yet I still... Read more
Here Are Several Cognitive Biases You Haven’t Heard Of
A cognitive bias is a systematic pattern of deviation from norm or rationality in judgment. Individuals create their own “subjective reality” from their perception of the input. An individual’s construction of reality, not the objective input, may dictate their behavior in the world. Thus, cognitive biases may sometimes lead to perceptual distortion, inaccurate judgment, illogical interpretation, or what... Read more
Chasing The Carrot To Happiness [Video]
As the quote mentions below the video, “this a story of a rodent’s unrelenting quest for happiness and fulfillment”, we find it quite laughable in the comparison to the human condition. It is sadly realistic for a lot of people out there today in 2020. Our Monday through Friday... Read more
Top Thoughts Thursday – 168
One Woman’s Path To God In Japan
わたしのチイサナココロ is a short documentary following the steps of one woman’s journey along the Kumano Kodo in Japan on her spiritual quest. This pilgrimage is quite well known, and one of only two Unesco World Heritage pilgrimage sites in the world. ‘I have belief... Read more
Should We Continue To Trust? [VIDEO]
Alya and Gael have to trust each other. As acrobats in Cirque Du Soliel they sometimes literally put their lives in someone else’s hands. Trust is a confusing thing. it seems so simple, but when you try to pin it down it can be elusive. I think of the... Read more
Alcoholism: The Great Equalizer For This Statesman
The minority leader in the New York State Assembly, Brian Kolb, published an op-ed on Christmas Eve urging New Yorkers to not drink and drive during the holidays. On December 26, Kolb tweeted “There is no excuse for driving impaired this holiday season.” Kolb, a huge advocate to stiff... Read more
Top 5 Benefits of AA Meetings
There is much to debate when it comes to the efficacy of Alcoholics Annonymous, but regardless of your stance on this program of Recovery, there are some irrefutable benefits that the originator of 12-Step Recovery can offers newcomers. A safe place to be vulnerable. As a plant needs sun... Read more
The Best Way To End Any Year
Another year has come to pass, and I can’t thank you enough for your loyal readership. I have always wanted to make videos to share some of the tricks and tips that have come to serve me extremely well over the years, I’m now more ready to take that... Read more
The Commandment Challenge

The Commandment Challenge

Mindset December 22, 2019 0

What are your distinctive moral qualities? How do they differ from the next person? When people pass you by, what do you think they see? The phrase “content of character” is often associated with a brilliant speech given in 1963 by Martin Luther King Jr, where he spoke to... Read more
Dr. Joe Dispenza Progressive Meditation Workshop Review
Is Mindfulness Enough?
Making myself a priority hasn’t ever been easy. I seem to have an inherent ability to give everything else around me all of my attention, emotion, and love. The consequence of this practice is that I eventually hit an emotional wall, start to carry a tremendous amount of tension... Read more