Many people are doing jobs in fear; fear they might not make the best out of their lives. Priya Parker provides seven techniques to help you quit your life and reboot. She invites you to use these techniques to explore the biggest needs in the world you might have the passion and capacity to address.
Priya is an expert in innovative facilitation and process design and incorporates creative visioning and movement techniques into her work. Her goal is to help people spend more of their time building things that make them and others come alive. She draws on 10 years of conflict resolution facilitation in the United States, India, and the Middle East to design visioning and innovation labs that help organizations grow from the root. She is an advisor to leaders and organizations on strategy, vision, and purpose. Her research includes identifying what are the driving factors that lead people to thrive and what blocks them.
Priya received her B.A. in Political and Social Thought at the University of Virginia, Phi Beta Kappa, and an M.B.A. from MIT Sloan and an M.P.A. from the Harvard Kennedy School, where she received the Public Service Fellowship.
Within a week of your reading this you will win something that you never thought you would compete for or get. What? You are who wants much and competes for many different things, but seldom ever pay attention when you get it. Think more about what comes easy and less about money and you will have much to say is a blessing today.
This impromptu conversation between South African Presidential Candidate, Michael Tellinger and retired Austrian economics professor, Franz Hollman was filmed in Austria on April 12, 2014. The interview begins with a discussion of the ironic turn-about in the thinking of this lifelong economist and how he has faced major life challenges, as a result of being public about his views, which are in complete agreement with Tellinger's that "The entire world financial and economic system is the largest organized crime perpetuated against humanity that we've ever seen."
Tellinger goes on to say that what used to be considered "fringe" has actually become "mainstream" and that there is an increasing gap between the so-called "mainstream news," propagated by the large corporate conglomerates and what's being reported in the Alternative Media - as, for example with Flight MH 370, where the loss of a commercial
airliner has dominated the airwaves for almost 2 months straight. Tellinger suggests that when a critical mass of people wake up to the lies perpetrated by the MainStream Media, the latter will lose all credibility and market share and advertising revenue the MSM depends upon to survive.
In the future of you is a time when you will whine and it will be becasue you knew better than to do it. Why whine when you can plan better and not do much that falls outside the lines now, thus going to cause problems later in life?
What about the Kabbalah fascinates the likes of Madonna and Brittany Spears and is rooted in antiquity and ancient Hebrew scripture and lore. Fascinating documentary runs about 45 mins. Check it out for yourself!
No wonder you are doing great now? Everyone saying that about you now? If so, you are doing a great job and you deserve a lot of credit. If this is not the case, then what are you neglecting and why?
This edition of COSMIC JOURNEYS explores the still unfolding story of Earth's past and the light it sheds on the science of climate change today. While that story can tell us about the mechanisms that can shape our climate. it's still the unique conditions of our time that will determine sea levels, ice coverage, and temperatures.
By around 33 million years ago, South America had separated from Antarctica. Currents swirling around the continent isolated it from warm waters to the north. An ice sheet formed. In time, with temperatures and CO2 levels continuing to fall, the door was open for a more subtle climate driver. It was first described by the 19th century Serbian scientist, Milutin Milankovic. He saw that periodic variations in Earth's rotational motion altered the amount of solar radiation striking the poles. In combination, every 100,000 years or so, these variations have sent earth into a period of cool temperatures and spreading ice. (click More to delve deeper into the subject)
Put your heart in a place where you can easily open it to others in trouble, others who have no one else but you now, and what you want to do and become. Once you set up your heart to react to such things, life is better.
At an all-day symposium, featuring presentations by prominent Jungian scholars discusses Jung and his philosophy. Speakers include: Sonu Shamdasani, a London-based author, editor, and professor at the Welcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine at University College London. His works discuss the history of psychiatry and psychology from the mid-19th century to current times. James Hillman is a psychologist, scholar, international lecturer, pioneer psychologist, and author of more than twenty books. He has held teaching positions at Yale University, the University of Chicago, Syracuse University, the University of Chicago, and the University of Dallas, where he cofounded the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture. Ann Ulanov is a professor of psychiatry and religion at the Union Theological Seminary in New York City and author of several books, including Religion and the Spiritual in Carl Jung and The Healing Imagination: The Meeting of Psyche and Soul.
Open your heart as wide as possible and see if there are wires or flowers everywhere. If you find flowers and wonderful vibes that sing out now, smile and let it out. If you see wires and lots of missed connections and no sense of power now, meditate for about an hour a day until you do connect to your spiritual life.