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...
Artist Gao Youjun, who goes by Tango, has created a brilliant set of drawings for your viewing pleasure. If...
This weekend I traveled to Nanaimo, British Columbia to attend the Science & Spirituality Conference. There were hundreds of...
Not Everyone Can Read This. Can You? Mnay wluod tnihk yuo wuold hvae to hvae a sgtrane mnid to be raed a praargah lkie tihs. At frsit I cdnuolt blveiee taht I cluod aulactly raed seomhtnig so treribly wtitern mlyesf, but aoccdrnig to rscheearch at Cmabrigde Uinervtisy, it dseno’t mtaetr... Read more
I have to admit, it took me far too long to finally answer the first question correctly. On the second question I was totally taken over by impulse and spat out 100 minutes(lol), and the third question was child’s play. How many questions were you able to answer correctly?... Read more
For those of you out there who might be on the forgetful side of things, Ron Hale-Evans wrote the perfect book for you, called Mind Performance Hacks. How many times has your spouse asked you to pick up a couple items from the store on the way home, but then... Read more
If you are anything like me, you despise the typical approach to learning that is taught in high school and post secondary institutions, and wished there was a more efficient approach that would allow you not only fly through those incredible mundane and expensive courses you take, but also help you... Read more
How many of you out there have been randomly watching videos on YouTube and then all of a sudden you come across a random YouTuber that really speaks to you that day? Then you find yourself tuning into their vlogs very regularly and begin to almost form a connection... Read more
The big fish in a small pond analogy is something students new to their Ivy League school need to recognize you are struggling to keep up. The numbers speak for themselves and your academic achievements still count for something in the grand scheme of things, regardless if your peers... Read more
Much of life is based on the events of trial and error. We take time to acknowledge interest in an activity and begin mimicking others who may be thought as leaders or expects and gradually we refine our ability to make it habitual and in working form. Much like... Read more
Today alone there will be millions of people who attempt to solve a puzzle, start a business, start a relationship, create a meal, you name it, and will all fail today. They will crash and burn so hard they will tell their friends and family how much of a... Read more
Merry Christmas to all!! As the year comes closer to an end it is vital to review where you are struggling, and what lessons you have learned throughout the year. How have you learned from these precious experiences, whether it be with loved ones, work, social life, health,... Read more