Here is a wonderful painting that I remember from childhood, you might remember it too... just like someone else pointed it out to me the other day.
It always reminds me how small and insignificant we are.
It reminds me that in the…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on July 4, 2013 at 10:30am — No Comments
More people than ever before seem to be taking "leaps of faith" this summer -- or so it seems from recent news on TV and on-line. Aside from all the TV reality shows in which participants push their limits to lose weight or win competitions, ordinary people are also taking big leaps to raise money for charities, honor their loved one's legacies and also do exhilarating things they've never done before.
During Independence Day 2013 week, two examples in Michigan and Texas stand out in…Continue
Added by Barbara Schiffman on July 3, 2013 at 11:30pm — No Comments
Imagine that you’re in Paris and you’ve just arrived at the Louvre museum. You’ve given yourself the entire day to bask in the beauty of this vast collection of art. First, you make your way through several rooms that display European paintings in chronological order beginning in the thirteenth century, and you observe the painting styles develop and become more sophisticated throughout the centuries, bringing greater sense…Continue
As Dr. David Hawkins so aptly said - "It is helpful to understand that if one is not happy with present circumstances, the chances are that happiness will still be elusive when conditions change to meet one’s current desire. That is, if happiness is elusive now, it will continue to be so in the future because the ability to locate the source of happiness has not yet been found."…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on July 3, 2013 at 12:44pm — No Comments
This great tasting Whole Foods-Plant Based dessert that’s great tasting and very simple to make, so cold, smooth, and creamy that it makes your mouth water.
At first you may think this is an odd combination of fruits, but let me tell you, this is wonderful tasting sorbet... you will want more.…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on July 3, 2013 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Something dawned on me the other day. It happened indoors, so it is not even attributable to being out in nature, as is usually the case. The idea crossed my mind that I like knowing. Curiosity does exist as part of our human nature, and we can choose to view it as a definite blessing in life.
If we are mindful, we find that it often does not take a lot of work to find out…Continue
What would our world be like if every one of us was to be granted supernatural faculties?
A first glance at such a scenario comes up with a seemingly indisputable picture of an ideal society living in peace and harmony, with every person having boundless freedom in all aspects of their lives, being able to fully satisfy their every wish and desire, undo all of their mistakes and social faux pas, change the past and create a definite future.
Our lives are like strings of events. Countless incidents take place each day. From the moment we awaken in the morning, events begin to affect our lives and we must take action in response. Even ignoring an event is a form of responding. Whether perceived as good, bad, or neutral we cannot escape the fact that things are going to happen; that is how life works. Sometimes this unavoidability may leave us feeling victimized, but we must remember that we…Continue
Added by Julie Conway on July 2, 2013 at 2:38pm — No Comments
Helps with Autism - Dimethylglycine or DMG is a supplement that has been around for a long time. And there have been some studies showing that it does seem to help those suffering from Autism. A study in the Journal of Child Neurology showing a marked improvement in all symptoms compared to a placebo group. And it also seems to work well for depression and seizures too. …Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on July 2, 2013 at 1:14pm — No Comments
Desire removes us from our natural state of prosperity.
It’s not the material prosperity that we need, any yogi in india in a loin cloth in a state of Samadhi will tell you it's a state of being.
A way of always being…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on July 2, 2013 at 1:12pm — No Comments
After watching this is an incredible good video, I stopped all my other daily duties and instead shared it around on all platforms I could think off. Please whoever read this, and seen the whole movie, do the same .
HARMFUL MODIFICATION OF HUMAN…Continue
Added by Nadine May on July 2, 2013 at 11:00am — No Comments
One of the greatest challenges in life is liking and embracing who you are, and it also requires the greatest discipline but…Continue
Added by Kasi Kaye on July 2, 2013 at 9:09am — No Comments
Divorce is such a common occurrence in this day and age so cultivating the necessary spiritual tools to cope with divorce is imperative if we want to experience peace in our lives. Even if you personally haven’t been through a divorce chances are you have most likely been affected by someone else’s. If you are a child of divorced parents then you know the lasting emotional effects that it can have on a person especially if the emotions aren’t dealt with in a gentle and compassionate…Continue
To lead the people, walk behind them. ~ Lao Tzu
Do you consciously set out to create a good example of leadership for your children, or do you prefer the laissez faire approach? Are you treating your child as if they already were a leader? Are you modeling the value of sacrificing for a future vision? Do you encourage leadership action in your children vs. leadership position?
Qualities of Leadership
The famous football coach, Vince…Continue
Added by Maria Khalife on July 1, 2013 at 1:05pm — No Comments
Everyone has amazing gifts... take my wife for instance when one of her relatives is going to die she can't sleep that night, always works... it’s amazing.
Scientific studies on websites where people predicted the outcome of random cards show more than 53% of the time people are correct... statistically that’s…Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on July 1, 2013 at 12:54pm — No Comments
Great for Depression - Did you know that ripe Banana Peels are great for depression? Banana Peels are packed full of serotonin which boost your mood and help you feel happy, just like prozac and lots of other mood enhancing drugs... according to a study at the University of Taiwan. Studies show that if you eat two Banana Peels a day for three days you have a net increase of 15% in your serotonin…Continue
As humans we are always looking for the truth, we search for it in all things, in every situation, even unconsciously.
But the truth we think we want to find ain't even near to the real truth, the truth we look for is one that attests to what we have created, is one that grants reality to the illusory world we created.
We created this world we live in because its all a projection of the beliefs that dwells within us, reality is a mirror of our inside.
This is a limited…Continue
Keeping it Real
There seems to be a whisper of friendly reminders as I continue to pursue what has dwelled in my heart as far as I can remember as a young child.
My father passed on when I was 7 years old. I have often wondered why I never grieved for the fact I didn’t have a father. I did remember him quite well; he was very kind. I could feel his sadness and pain; I would just sit next to his bed with him when he was home from the hospital which wasn’t often. When he passed on…Continue
Added by Lisa Salaz on July 1, 2013 at 9:16am — No Comments