Philosophy

Sudarshan Kriya

A few weeks ago I decided to see what the Yes!+ course was all about. It’s a course headed by the Art Of Living. It’s basically a self-help type course. It’s a course that involves yoga, meditation, and many other activities. It puts you in the front seat of how you’re living your life. You do Sun Salutations, otherwise known as Surya Namaskara which is a type of yoga...

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A life worth living. . .

Out of all the time I’ve been improving myself, I think I have finally figured out the meaning of my life. Here are my rules: Be positive. Enjoy life. Take massive action. It’s so simple. Other things like being friendly, proactive, having fun, all fit within these three things. These are my core values.

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Passion

The passion that I see Paul Potts sing with is like no other. If you have read any of Eckhart Tolle’s books like The Power Of Now, he talks about beauty and seeing it in everything around us. Paul Potts rendition of Nessun Dorma which was made famous by Luciano Pavarotti made me cry. Pavarotti has a great voice, but I’ve never seen anyone sing it like Potts did. Simply amazing –...

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Notes from Trump

Here are some notes from Donald Trump during the 2007 Real Estate & Wealth Expo in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.   Success whether 1000 years ago, 1000 years in the future (if we have a civilization which we probably won’t have because the way the world is going), no matter where you are, the rules for success will be the same. Donald is a believer in positive and negative thinking....

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The Power of Intention

How You Came to Experience Yourself As Disconnected from Intention   If there’s an omnipresent power of intention that’s not only within me, but in everything and everyone, then we’re connected by this all-pervading Source to everything and everyone, and to what we’d like to be, what we’d like to have, what we want to achieve, and to everything in the universe...

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Stumbling on Happiness

I logged into the MDPLS (Miami-Dade Public Library System) website to check to see which books I had were nearly due, and I realized that I only have a few days to write a review on this book, so I decided what better time than now to write it. Stumbling On Happiness, written by renowned Harvard psychologist Daniel Gilbert, is an interesting read that gets into the mind of the people we are to...

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