Archive for April, 2010

Free Teleseminar Event – The Inspiring Women Summit

Monday, April 26th, 2010

I invite you all to an extraordinary ‘FREE’ teleseminar event that my friends Claire Zammit and Katherine Woodward-Thomas are co-sponsoring. ‘The Inspiring Women Summit’ has been purposefully organized to contribute and activate our full potential.

The Summit will be featuring over 50 respected women leaders such as Marianne Williamson, Christine Northrup, Jehmu Greene, Deva Premal, Joan Borysenko and Marci Shimoff.

The Summit runs from May 1st to May 8th. Each day will include networking opportunities to advance your inner and outer work. You can participate live on as few or as many calls as you like, and interact with both the leaders and other participants. Or, if you can’t make the live calls, you can just listen to recordings later at your convenience.

Science And Nonduality Anthology 3 DVD Set

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

Nonduality is the philosophical, spiritual, and scientific understanding of non-separation and fundamental intrinsic oneness.

For thousand of years, through deep inner inquiry, philosophers and sages have came to the realization that there is only one substance and we are therefore all part of it.

This substance can be called Awareness, Consciousness, Spirit, Advaita, Brahman, Tao, Nirvana or even God. It is constant, ever present, unchangeable and is the essence of all existence.

In the last century Western scientists are arriving at the same conclusion: The universe does indeed comprise of a single substance, presumably created during the Big Bang, and all sense of being – consciousness – subsequently arises from it. This realization has ontological implications for humanity: fundamentally we are individual expressions of a single entity, inextricably connected to one another, we are all drops of the same ocean.

The Four Things That Matter Most

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010

Please forgive me. I forgive you. Thank you. I love you.

These four simple statements are powerful tools for improving your relationships and your life. As a doctor caring for seriously ill patients for nearly 15 years of emergency medicine practice and more than 25 years in hospice and palliative care, I have taught hundreds of patients who  were facing life’s end, when suffering can be profound, to say the Four Things. But the Four Things apply at any time. Comprising just eleven words, these four short sentences carry the core wisdom of what people who are dying have taught me about what matters most in life.

How To Transform Fear And Grief Into Joy And Inner Peace

Thursday, April 8th, 2010

Would you like to be more focused, confident and relaxed, even in the midst of chaos?  Have you ever found yourself distracted in a situation in which you needed to be focused? An ability to focus and be highly productive is one of the greatest benefits I can attribute to a consistent practice of expressive meditation techniques.

Let’s define the word focus. Think about this: when you take a magnifying glass, aligning it with the sun’s rays and focusing it on a piece of paper, at some point the paper will catch fire. You have harnessed the power of the sun’s rays for a specific result. This illustrates the power of harnessing your energy to focus on something specific to get a very powerful outcome.