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MindHacks
Cyberselves: How Immersive Technologies Will Impact Our Future Selves
MindHacks  
Were happy to announce the re-launch of our project Cyberselves: How Immersive Technologies Will Impact Our Future Selves. Straight out of Sheffield Robotics, the project aims to explore the effects of technology like robot ava [more...]
 
Sofia University
Reflections on the Journey: Becoming An Architect of Change
Sofia University  
To move forward and be architects of change,we need to innovate and revolutionize,lead from our hearts andserve with compassion. There is no greater satisfaction than that moment when you realize that all of your papers are com [more...]
 
Sandeep Gautam
Welcoming the One Millionth Reader
Sandeep Gautam  
I know its a bit premature (the blog visit count on my blog is only about 99,8000 yet and it will take another 2-3 days to hit that milestone) but I wanted to take this opportunity to thank all the ~1 million readers who have thou [more...]
 
Lynne McTaggart
A better way to heal Jerusalem
Lynne McTaggart  
On November 9, we witnessed a historic first when many Arabs and Israeli Jews sent love and forgiveness to each other during our Middle Eastern Peace Intention Experiment. But now many are wondering whether all that good will is a [more...]
 
Carl McColman, MA
The Call to Move Beyond What is Safe and Familiar
Carl McColman, MA  
Todays post is by guest contributor Mark S. Burrows, who is a poet and an authority on the great medieval mystic, Meister Eckhart. We live our lives, much of the time, within safe boundaries. It feels better to us. And, to be fra [more...]
 
Faith Freed, MACP, LMFT
Upgrade Your Brain
Faith Freed, MACP, LMFT  
Personal growth isnt just abouttapping your potential and achieving success in the materialworld. Inner shifts arehuge in terms of how you perceive and experience life.Yet, the signs of your inner upgrade may be subtle or u [more...]
 
Magdalen Bowyer, MA, RPC, CEC
The Power of Love
Magdalen Bowyer, MA, RPC, CEC  
Last week at this time, I witnessed my son cradle & carry our beloved dog, Dante, down two flights of stairs with tears streaming from his eyes. Hed just received a call from Boundary Bay Veterinary Specialty Hospital. Result [more...]
 
Laurie Dupar, RN, MCC
The Feelings of ADHD Part 1
Laurie Dupar, RN, MCC  
Recently on one of my social media sites, I asked my followers to describe what ADHD feels like for them. The responses provided an interesting insight into what living with ADHD feels like. Why ask people what living ADHD feels [more...]
 
Lauretta Zucchetti, MATP
Five Ways to Never Feel Lonely Again
Lauretta Zucchetti, MATP  
Two Decembers ago, when my husband and I decided to part ways, I found myself alone for the first time in 24 years. It was a mutual agreementone reached in part out of sheer resignationbut with a fallout that was more painful th [more...]
 
Suzanna Yahya Nadler, MEd. LPC
Groping the Feminine: Waking from a Collective Nightmare
Suzanna Yahya Nadler, MEd. LPC  
At the foreground of much of our so-called news are account after account after account of men groping women (actually any sex can grope or be groped but the vast majority of the time it is men groping women or men). The term grop [more...]
 
Kristy Sweetland, MA ACC
25 Ways to Create Peace of Mind
Kristy Sweetland, MA ACC  
When asked what was eluding him, a dear friend once answered, A constant peace of mind. I had to chuckle a little and immediately replied, Oh, is that all? Nothing like setting the bar really high. His response wasnt unique t [more...]
 
Heather Markel
How to Write a Business Letter That Gets You Hired
Heather Markel  
One of the things clients frequently want my advice about is whether an email or letter or bio statement are polished enough to send to a business or corporation in order to secure a meeting or sell a program. Since so many of my [more...]
 
Dr. Rosie Kuhn
Doing Absolutely Nothing When Less is More
Dr. Rosie Kuhn  
At the end of each coaching session, I ask my clients: Whats the big take away from our time together? My client Dan responded with: Well, my big take away for this evening is that Im paying you to help me do nothing. We bot [more...]
 
Karen Erlichman, MSS, LCSW
The Difference between Grief and Loss
Karen Erlichman, MSS, LCSW  
Recently I read an article in Spirituality and Health magazine whose title initially irritated me mercilessly, Find the Good in Grief. Oy vey. Once I started reading the article, I Read More [more...]
 
Janelle Alex, Ph.D.
Treatments of Tetracycline
Janelle Alex, Ph.D.  
Tetracycline is a catalytic dehalogenation of chlortetracycline biosynthesis of antibiotics, low toxicity, which began early in 1948 for clinical use. In 1950, there have been reports of foreign tetracycline family [more...]
 
Whole Being Institute
You Dont Look Particularly Happy Today, or How I Embarked on My Strengths and Well-Being Journey
Whole Being Institute  
by Anda Klavina In the photo on this page, you can see me some years ago with WBI cofounder Tal Ben-Shahar. At that time, I was working at the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE Riga) in Riga, Latvia, in the Executive Education de [more...]
 
Sofia University Transpersonal Psychology Research
At the Threshold: An essay on transformation within the internal culture of the artist.
Sofia University Transpersonal Psychology Research  
About the Author Diane Lucille Meyer, PH.D. received her doctorate in psychology with a concentration in Transpersonal Psychology and a Certificate in Creative Expression in 2013 from the Institute of Transpersonal Psychology at S [more...]
 
Annette Wagner, MA
Fear is the mind killer?
Annette Wagner, MA  
Fear is the mind killer. That quote from Frank Herberts Dune has always stuck in my mind. Ive niggled at it wondering why its stuck around as long as it has and realized its because of the truth contained in the idea it repr [more...]
 
Joseph Wilner
6 Tips to Get Through Uncertain Times (aka The Ambiguous Zone)
Joseph Wilner  
The only thing that is constant is change.?Heraclitus The post 6 Tips to Get Through Uncertain Times (aka The Ambiguous Zone) appeared first on You Have A Calling. [more...]
 
Dr. Nikki Noce, M.D.
What if everything IS perfect?
Dr. Nikki Noce, M.D.  
The human mind has a tendency to find imperfections. It analyzes, creates problems, wants to fix and change things. The mind is the culprit of feeling unhappy and dissatisfied with life.There may be things about our life we wi [more...]

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