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Depressed and frustrated with his life, Dr. John Kitchin abandons his career as a neurologist and moves to the beach.
Wednesday, “Hump Day,” as we knew it in college called for indulging in a drink, a whole TV show (!), a bitch session, or something to ease the intensity of a week of seemingly endless classes, papers and reading.
Based off of a short poem by Linda Pastan, this is a film about the moments between events, those quiet times that resonate throughout our lives.
We all need a little help finding center. Help yourself with these videos and podcasts.
Cynthia explains that, “We do not have to be defined by the things that have happened to us. Forgiveness is the key to inner freedom and peace.”
Yoga and Meditation teacher Lauren Toolin talks with Tracee Stanley about her journey to meditation and how a Tantric meditation practice can be useful for turbulent times.
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While industrial resource developments continue to put at risk our natural and cultural significance, people across Australia are standing their ground for nature.
From award-winning humanitarian journalist Debi Lang comes Hearts In The Himalayas, a documentary about the extraordinary efforts of Himalayan HealthCare.
Having grown up in the slums of Nairobi, Millie & Patrick faced violence, crime and despair. At vulnerable points in their lives, they were introduced to yoga through the Africa Yoga Project.
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Having an elevated thought is one step, but becoming an elevated soul is something else.
My first thought was I'd like to go straight back to the airport and go. I don't want to see this. I don't want to deal with it.
If I can be an instrument, connect and let that power work and do the things that need to be done, then I get the blessings but I don't get exhausted.
Is it possible for me to stay connected with the divine so that God's light, peace, and love is able to reach across the world and those who are ready are able to take it?
Whilst I'm in the mode of blame and complain, I have no impact on the situation whatsoever.
We are the creators. We've created this world as we see it, but it's up to us to change ourselves and create a different type of world.
Get ready to sleep like a baby.
Intuitive counselor, discusses how to recognize when we get in our way and tips to use our thoughts to create a happier reality.
Best-selling author, speaker, spiritual feminist activist, talks about the reality of 21st century spirituality, the paradoxes that are at the root of truly finding our spiritual path, and the bottom line that WE are really our own best gurus.
Ayurvedic Guru - discusses the importance of the ancient Vedic principles and how his new book, The Yogi Code, teaches us to incorporate them into our daily lives.
When stressed, we often react with looping fear-thoughts, feelings and behaviors that cause harm to ourselves and/or others.
Spirituality reminds me that whatever it is I've put out is going to come back to me. It's the cause and effect, the boomerang story, karma.
Covering varying approaches to mindfulness by a range of San Francisco Bay Area programs, May I Be Happy reminds us of children's natural capacity for wellbeing, resilience and happiness.
I hold that awareness of myself as a being of peace, and connect with the divine, because if I want to serve the world and share peace with the world.
If I want to experience spiritual power in my life, if I want to experience that transformation, and a return to my own original goodness, then I have to be a little bit disciplined.
My own understanding and experience is that every human spirit starts with goodness, and this is what gives me hope for the future of humanity.
They say that 80% of the time our thinking is based on the patterns that we created between birth and seven years of age, and it said we're on automatic pilot most of the time, just reacting.
Sister Jayanti explores the blessings of connecting to our soul through meditation.
I'll want to come back to that awareness of my own inner dignity, because it makes me feel good. It's good for me and it makes me feel good, and it's definitely going to bring about change.