Friday, December 11, 2009

Mindfulness at Work

There's a good article in the Vancouver Sun today about the growing need for mindfulness -- and how meditation is increasingly accepted by academics and researchers. The article also touches on the use of meditation at large companies such as General Mills. Interesting stuff, and worth a quick read.

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Half-Off Sale on Revolutioniz Program

The folks behind Evolution Ezine are currently offering readers a special discount on the Revolutioniz program, which promises to help seekers harness the hidden laws of the universe, understand the premises of your own power, as well as money, and improve your relationships. The offer—a mere $20—also includes almost 20 free bonuses. I'm not overly familiar with the work of Nicholas P. Kidd and Henk J.M. Schram, but at $20, all of the materials offered seem a steal. If you check it out, let me know what you think!

Monday, November 30, 2009

Visualizing Success in Sports

In his book Testing Times: In Pursuit of the Ashes, England cricket captain Andrew Strauss addresses the powerful of positive thinking.

Reuters journalist John Mehaffey explores the use of visualization by high-performing athletes, indicating that it becomes increasingly important as athletes become more skilled and successful.

True Test of Positive Thinking

This fall, Wayne Dyer was diagnosed with lymphocytic leukemia. An ABC reporter sat down with Dyer to explore his philosophy, as well as whether it'll help him overcome his condition. "Life itself is a sexually transmitted terminal disease," Dyer says.

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Conscious Media Network

Regina and Scott Meredith's Conscious Media Network has been producing and sharing video interviews on consciousness, enlightenment, and human potential since 2005. The more than 200 segments collected to date include conversations with Larry Dossey on premonitions, Azim Khamisa on forgiveness, Dr. Leonard Laskow on the healing power of love, Lt. Col. Bob Dean on alien life, and others.

Subscriptions are available for $50/year, but you can also access previous months content for free. Four interviews are offered each month and run about 30-45 minutes in length. You can also buy the interviews on DVD, and paid subscribers can also access material as a video podcast. Print transcripts -- PDFs -- are also available to subscribers.

The roster of interview subjects looks interesting. Might be worth checking out each month to see who's been featured.