Here's an enlightening interview of Carrie-Anne Moss. I think you'll appreciate her grounded heart, genuineness, and generous spirit.
As we appreciate reality’s diversity and move away from neurocognitive caste systems, we’re likely to see exponential expansions in creative problem-solving and global development.
It’s encouraging to see our dialogues expanding acceptance, curiosity, and collaboration.
Rick Rubin is legendary in the music world. Notice his open, receptive, and creative consciousness. You may find it’s broadly applicable to life. His nature is encouraging and affirming.
I've searched around and found this track particularly helpful in reseting the mind. Your mileage may vary. But sit with it a while and see how you feel.
If you haven’t explored Near-Death experiences, I heartily encourage an exploration at IANDS.ORG and NDERF.ORG. The video above is a credible, intelligent panel discussion on the matter.
In this excellent radiolab episode we learn how the brain is constantly striving to integrate unpleasant, dissonant experiences. Perhaps this serves as a template, demonstrating how the universe is constantly producing and integrating its own strange music. And how...
One of the cornerstones of mental health therapy is helping clients learn to shift their attention. Counterintuitively, this doesn’t necessarily mean “think positive.”
This post also discusses some of the differences between integration in conventional psychology, and integration for spiritually and metaphysically oriented people. Check out this video if you’re exploring quantum physics, or if you resonate with the idea “We Are All One.”