Monthly Archive: January 2018

Jan 22

How to Change the World: Tom Campbell

So many are concerned with the quality of our collective consciousness and the state of the world. What is the real solution? Tom proposes a new solution to our world problems. Challenging the belief about how we collectively blame something or someone else for the current high entropy state of the world, Tom provides us …

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Jan 22

Right Between Your Ears: Kris De Meyer and Sheila Marshall on Reality Trip EP083

We sit down and talk with filmmakers Sheila Marshall and neuroscientist Kris De Mayer from the documentary Right Between Your Ears about the story of people who came to believe the prophecy of Harold Camping’s May 21, 2011 end of the world prediction, and how you can learn the blind spots in your own thinking. …

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Jan 22

Entheogen : Awakening the Divine Whitin

A documentary which invites the viewer to rediscover an enchanted cosmos in the modern world by awakening to the divine within  

Jan 21

How Doing Nothing Can Bring You Everything

by Tamara Rant What is it about us humans that we insist on always having to be doing something? Honestly, I believe it’s just as important to teach our kids how to BE, rather than what they are expected to always be doing. And perhaps the most important thing I’ve learned along the way, that …

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Jan 21

Becoming The ONE, Spiritual Awakening

Awakening to this reality truths can be rough. This video focuses on what is the one and how we are all connected. how we all have an originating force and we are meant for so much more.  

Jan 19

The Health Benefits of Ashwagandha

By Dr. Edward Group | Guest writer for Wake Up World Withania somnifera, better known as ashwagandha or “Indian ginseng,” has been a traditional staple of Ayurvedic medicine for over 3,000 years. The herb has a wide range of activity that promotes physical, emotional and mental health, body rejuvenation, and longevity. It is known to inhibit anxiety and …

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Jan 19

Talking Science and Spiritual Practices with Dr Rupert Sheldrake

Starting 2018 off with a bang. The first guest of the year is none other than Dr Rupert Sheldrake. Dr Sheldrake joins us to talk about his latest book, Science and Spiritual Practices, which is already available to you lucky people in the UK, and will be out later in the year if you live …

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Jan 19

Living the Way of the Samurai Warrior in Everyday Life

By Gilbert Ross The Seven Principles of Bushido The ancient and traditional Japanese class of warriors, known as the Samurai, have been widely immortalized in popular culture as the ultimate icon of military prowess, stealth, swordsmanship, loyalty, and honor. Known to be an elite group of military nobility, the Japanese Samurai were perhaps most revered for their …

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Jan 19

The Incredible Mind Altering Meditation of Sky Gazing and How To Do It

by Chad Foreman Sky Gazing There is a meditation practice within Tibetan Buddhism called Sky Gazing it comes from the Meditation tradition of Dzogchen – which strongly emphasises resting in a natural state free from conceptual elaborations. This natural state is wide open, clear and lucid; it neither rejects anything or clings to anything and …

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Jan 18

Go Forward Into The Shamanic Domain Of The Spirit – Terence McKenna

 

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