Happy World Meditation Day 2020!

Happy World Meditation Day 2020!  

The Art Of Mindfulness | Why Mindfulness Matters & How To Practice It

Excerpted from John Parrott's terrific guide on mindfulness over on his blog at https://relaxlikeaboss.com/the-art-of-mindfulness/ - be sure to check out the full guide there!   Mindfulness has become a bit of a buzzword over the last few years. In this guide,...

Leaving the Burden of Guilt Behind

Sometimes even after letting go of our mistakes we still feel guilt. Feelings of guilt are distressing and draining. What can be done about it now? Get over your guilt with these strategies: Determine if you should feel guilty. Whose standards are you using? Your...

Rune Wisdom Telesummit Oct 22 – Nov 2

Would you like to connect to a living Guardian energy that will support and uplift you on your personal journey through life? Register for this FREE event! You’ll learn how to: Uplift and expand your awareness through a personal relationship with the runes Access a...

10th Annual Tapping World Summit Starts 26 February 2018!

It's happening again, on February 26th at 8 PM ET - the 10th Annual Tapping World Summit! You see, at this specific date and time, there is a free online event taking place that will dramatically change your life. During this event, you'll be guided through the...

kensho dreamerKensho is a Zen term meaning an initial insight or awakening, to be followed by further training to deepen this insight – in other words, it’s an awakening, but not Buddha-level enlightenment. The term kensho is often used interchangeably with satori, which means “comprehension; understanding”.

Kensho is also the title of a short (4:03) film by Aaron Paradox, featuring narration by Alan Watts (recording courtesy of alanwatts.org) laid over a stunning visual and auditory exploration of identity and reality. Paradox offers this quote in talking about the film:

“This place is a dream. Only a sleeper considers it real. Then death comes like dawn, and you wake up laughing at what you thought was your grief.” – Rumi

Watch the video with your mind wide open and ready to be expanded.