The joy of moving in resonance...
...When you really listen to a song, you can follow many “sound ingredients”, making the experience as simple or dynamic as you want. The same goes for choreography. You’re highlighting one or few sounds at a time, in a sense becoming that instrument with your body.Read more
As our twenty-fourth wedding anniversary approached, I became acutely aware of how critical I had been of my husband, Glenn, during the previous year. Although my criticism had to do with one of our businesses, my frustration and anger had spilled over into other aspects of our relationship. For nearly a year I was on edge, and I wanted to push him over it! As angry as I felt, I did not want to cause my marriage to end. What to do?
Practicing the old adage, “We teach what we need to learn,” I recalled the words I had written 3 years earlier in my book, Revolutionary Agreements:Read more
At the United Nations General Assembly in New York, U.N. held in September, member states adopted the new Sustainable Development Goals. The goals are meant to guide development priorities around the globe over the next 15 years. Critics and supporters alike are declaring them highly ambitious.
The SDGs, as they've come to be called in humanitarian lingo, replace the Millennium Development Goals, which were adopted in 2000 and expire in 2015.
The MDGs deal primarily with poverty, education and health in the poorest countries. The SDGs hit all of those topics but also tackle global inequality, environmental issues and access to technology.
If consciousness is a relationship of subject and object…
Join Jason Silva every week as he freestyles his way into the complex systems of society, technology and human existence and discusses the truth and beauty of science in a form of existential jazz. New episodes every Tuesday.
Published on May 28, 2014
Dr. Joe Dispenza is back again on Cutting Edge Consciousness for another engaging conversation with Barnet and Freeman. This round is especially interesting as the guest and hosts explore the creative space wherein something truly new can emerge. While Dr. Joe has a brand new book, called "You Are The Placebo", which serves to enrich this dialogue, the conversation is very much an extension of the two previous conversations with Dr. Joe on CEC. The ability to direct our experience hits a roadblock when it bumps up against our conditioned imagination -- only by intentionally following a feeling can we generate something that is truly "new".
For more on Dr. Joe Dispenza, please visit: http://www.drjoedispenza.com/
With an estimated 100 million people living on the streets on any given day, and as many as 1 billion people believed to lack adequate housing, it is fair to say that the concern of homelessness is an issue that affects everyone.
We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing! ~ George Bernard Shaw
What made me ask the question
I knew I needed to play more. I literally felt myself growing years older by the days that lacked any sort of play. I was completely out of balance and I knew it but I kept thinking tomorrow, tomorrow, tomorrow. Then tomorrow never came and I began to fear I could never get my balance back. It was literally making me sick, tired and stressed. I felt significantly older then my fifty years and couldn’t seem to figure out what to do about it...yikes!!Read more
It's the film changing the hearts and minds of those on the fence about marriage equality, by giving a raw insight into the lives of four Australian children growing up with same-sex parents. Sydney’s, Maya Newell has shown how intrinsically political documentaries can go beyond the polemical and straight to the heart.Read more
"One of the most sincere forms of respect is actually listening to what another has to say." ~ Bryant H. McGill
I hear it so often I can barely stand listening to it anymore (pun intended). Parents regularly complain that their children never listen to them...never. Besides the drama of that statement, I find it challenging because I see and hear how many of us, as parents, don’t listen to our children.
We are distracted by so many things: a phone call, our to-do list, work, tomorrow’s activities, tonight’s dinner...the list could go on and on.
buildOn is breaking the cycle of poverty, illiteracy and low expectations through service learning programs in many of America’s most under-resourced high schools and by building schools in some of the world’s poorest villages.
At Personal Democracy Forum 2011 (#PdF11), developer, CEO of NationBuilder and activist Jim Gilliam gave this inspiring talk about his life, his battles with cancer, and how he found grace in the networks and connections that the Internet makes possible. Find out more at www.theinternetismyreligion.com. and for more from PdF, visit at www.personaldemocracy.com.
What happens when we come together? What happens between us and inside us? Is it only our physical bodies that meet and our five senses that bridge the gap to one another and the perceived reality around us?
There must be more, much more happening in the space we inhabit. I have always wondered what drives us to noisy restaurants where conversation is almost impossible, or to sit quietly in a large darkened room with a crowd around us, watching a movie. Is some free-floating energy present that we are somehow able to ingest? What is it about a dog or cat that fills a need for companionship? Is there a living presence that they emanate? A moment of deep feeling shared by one of us can embrace and unify a group instantaneously. How does that happen?Read more
Synergy Forum is an international initiative dedicated to empowering a wave of awakening and collective action around the world. Humanity is navigating a critical evolutionary transition in our present time. We seek to contribute to its healthy navigation by delivering events around the world that integrate the freedom of spiritual awakening with the passion of global and local action.
With every purchase we make we choose to make a political statement.
You don’t need to stand on a picket line, lobby for a campaign, or engage in fierce debates to be political.
With every fair-trade, cruelty-free, vegan, and eco-friendly product we purchase, we make a statement that we value people, other beings, and planet over profit, and we choose to support companies with like-minded values.
On the flip side, with every purchase we make that is not fair-trade, cruelty-free, vegan, or eco-friendly we make a political statement that we value our hard-earned dime over other people, other beings, and the planet—and we choose to support companies with corresponding values.Read more
Since 1993, Women for Women International has helped nearly 420,000 marginalized women in countries affected by war and conflict. We directly work with women in 8 countries offering support, tools, and access to life-changing skills to move from crisis and poverty to stability and economic self-sufficiency.Read more