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Time of the Sixth Sun – A Journey of Awakening

Tuesday, November 6th, 2007

elestialdesktop2.jpgTime of the Sixth Sun is a multi-platform film project about the awakening and transformation of global consciousness, a witnessing of these times and the huge potential for change in the world …… in the way we relate to it and the way we live in it.

In Time of the Sixth Sun, our protagonist, street poet Paradox, guides us on a quest to discover the meaning of 2012. Civilizations throughout the ages have indicated through ancient calendars and visions that 2012 will be a pinnacle time in the evolution of mankind. In the West, many are noticing an increase in life’s synchronicities and are experiencing time as speeding up. Scientists accept that global warming is a reality. Increasingly the world is seeking answers and the clock is ticking.

Shift – A New Board Game For Empowering Yourself

Sunday, October 21st, 2007

Six years ago, Nicole Casanova was at one of those proverbial crossroads in life. However, her mid-life crisis came at 26. Having been successful at a very young age in the San Francisco dot.com arena, she was becoming the victim of burnout. Nicole decided to take a step back, leave her slick six figure career, and give herself space to decide her next move.

After much reading and soul searching, Casanova became aware that her thoughts and actions were making her life unhappy. The former South Beach party girl who gave excess a new name and made it big as a dotcom darling, finally realized that instead of being victim of the world, she was actually responsible for her experiences. She wanted to help others make the same realization, that their thoughts created their reality, in a fun, interactive way. Armed with the knowledge that both the Game and Self-Help industries were growing markets, Casanova created and self-published the board game, Shift.

Leaving a Real Legacy – The Ultimate Gift

Saturday, September 15th, 2007

What’s the one thing you would most like to leave to your children and grandchildren when you are gone?If money was the first thing that came to your mind, that’s understandable. Most of us have been taught to think that way. But it is also a signal that you may need to do some serious, sober thinking about what is most valuable to you and to your family.

That’s the message of a new film from Fox Faith Movies. The Ultimate Gift tells the story of the wealthy Red Stevens, played by Oscar-nominee James Garner, and his grandson, Jason. Most of Red’s children turned out just like many wealthy families do: spoiled, greedy, and selfish. The tragedy is that Red Stevens himself was a good and selfless man, but he was so busy providing for his family’s physical needs that he failed to teach them the values that mattered most to him.

Sleeping on the Job – The Next Employee Benefit?

Thursday, March 8th, 2007

Man has constantly striven to develop new techniques to allow him to achieve more in life. From the early Greek philosophers, through to creative geniuses such as Beethoven, Da Vinci, Dali and Einstein one recurring technique has been ‘napping’.

Now, ‘powernapping’ has taken corporate America and Japan by storm. Workers are actively encouraged to take breaks in their day and have a nap; they are even sent on courses to learn how to do this!

Apparently you’re never too big to take a nap. Today, napping is a health trend, a workplace perk, even an art form. Children do it, students do it, even educated Corporate Chairmen and CEO’s do it.

  • British Airways
  • Nike
  • Union Pacific Railroad