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Spiritual Cinema CircleWikus seems like an affable, sympathetic guy, though he takes his job seriously, thoroughly committed to the by-the-book procedures he’s called upon to execute. When confronted with alien resistance, for example, he doesn’t hesitate to engage in friendly coercion or to willingly turn a blind eye to his support crew’s brutal enforcement tactics. That all changes, however, when an incident occurs that suddenly places Wikus in the shoes of those he’s charged with evicting. In a matter of hours, the once-petty bureaucrat begins to transform, becoming a champion for those who have no one to speak for them. With the aid of a prawn named Christopher, Wikus embarks on an entirely new initiative, one that draws the wrath of the powers that be against the aliens – and him.

Barrie John is a Multi Award Winning Medium and has extensive experience of working within the public eye through National and International TV and Radio, as well as a regular Columnist for some of the top Spiritual Magazines.

ireneandersonIrene Anderson cc-cta – is a certified coach and facilitator and Director of DiscoveryWorks! Coaching and Training. Irene’s passion is encouraging people to reach inside and bring out their best strengths through Self Discovery and Coaching. Irene has extensive experience in helping people in the process of Self Development.

1. It connects people together who share the same passions and interests. The more people that work together for the common good of the planet, the more likely we are to effect a positive change.

This value, or goal, is to see reality past mind conditioning…call it enlightenment, awakening, no-self, whatever, although all these terms are heavily loaded and may suggest i have some fluffy and spiritual fantasy about reality though im pretty sure i dont, it being fairly obvious by now that this state is a purely natural evolutionary outcome. As such i have read, heard and intuited from my own self-inquiry that the dissolution of self requires the surrender of thought and action being directed towards reinforcement of this false ‘I’.

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“Speaker”, “journalist”, “author”, “coach”, “trainer”, “advisor”, “facilitator”, “mentor” and “leader” are all words that describe Donna Messer to a tee. Look closer, however, and you’ll see that a common theme runs through them all – a love of people. For more than two decades, Donna has been a renowned expert on and promoter of the often overlooked, true currency of business – personal relationships – how to forge, nurture and leverage them to enable those who properly cultivate these relationships to put them to mutual benefit.

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I feel thankful for the life I’ve already had, for the good parts of my childhood, for

The summit is a phenomenal opportunity for everyone in the region to begin thinking about showcasing green products, green business, green technology and local projects that protect wildlife and promote environmental awareness on a global scale, said Ella Kokotsis, director of research for the G8 Research Group at the University of Toronto during a lecture on Ecotourism and the G8 at the Algonquin Theatre in Huntsville on June 18.

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By deep breathing, you should feel more at ease. Once that happens, turn your focus to the actual process of breathing. Be conscious of each breath that you inhale and each that you exhale. It may take a while for your mind to fully focus on your breathing. Don’t worry if you struggle with your train of thought. It’s perfectly ok for your mind to wander onto other subjects. Simply let it drift and gently try to bring your attention back to your breathing.

In many of them you will find it coupled with other elements of Buddhist practice: prostrations, a bit of ritualism, chanting, and group readings of the Buddha teachings. Some people will like this, others won’t. Personally, I practiced zazen in a Buddhist group for 3 years, and I found that those elements and a bit of formality can also help create a structure for the practice, and in themselves they are also meditative.

The Rizzo family is a piece of work. The dysfunctional foursome—father Vince (Andy Garcia), mother Joyce (Julianna Marguiles), daughter Vivian (Dominik García-Lorido) and son Vince Jr. (Ezra Miller)—lives on New York’s City Island, a secluded Bronx neighborhood separated from the borough’s mainland by a narrow channel. The former fishing village is a world unto itself, which makes this isolated enclave a suitably appropriate habitat for the Rizzos, a family whose members are, for all practical purposes, fundamentally disconnected from one another (not to mention from themselves). The reason? They’re all seriously in denial about their lives, barely able to face up to their individual truths, let alone confide them to one another.

It is even more important to consider our actions before performing them, to avoid doing anything harmful and breaking the moral precepts. Throughout the day we should try to cultivate only wholesome speech and actions. The more we practice mindfulness, the more clearly we will see the hidden motives—selfish or otherwise—behind our speech and actions. Often we’ll immediately know whether our motives are wholesome or unwholesome.

BOL — or Believe or Leave — is another private meditation studio, located on La Brea. What I’m most excited about with BOL is their new student special which gives their new students 2 weeks of free unlimited classes for only $35! I’ll certainly be taking advantage of this offer. 🙂

“The writing group conferred to TM a Class IIB, Level of Evidence B recommendation in regard to BP-lowering efficacy. TM may be considered in clinical practice to lower BP. Because of many negative studies or mixed results and a paucity of available trials, all other meditation techniques (including MBSR) received a Class III, no benefit, Level of Evidence Crecommendation. Thus, other meditation techniques are not recommended in clinical practice to lower BP at this time.” [page 6]

mikerobbinsMike Robbins is a sought-after motivational keynote speaker, coach, and the bestselling author of Focus on the Good Stuff (Wiley) and Be Yourself, Everyone Else is Already Taken (Wiley). More info – www.Mike-Robbins.com

DonMaguilHD LAstly, why do I feel I need to ask permission to create my own reality? And from who really? How do I know I won’t be struck down by God, and how do I give up this notion that I might be struck down by God? (I certainly intend to do anything that might make God angry enough to do so.) But, basically, if we can believe anything we want, and all (religious) beliefs are pretty much unproven, how do we know what we are supposed to be teaching our children? a:6:{s:5:”width”;s:3:”590″;s:6:”height”;s:3:”400″;s:14:”hwstring_small”;s:23:”height=’86’ width=’128′”;s:4:”file”;s:23:”2010/04/icingoncake.jpg”;s:5:”sizes”;a:2:{s:9:”thumbnail”;a:3:{s:4:”file”;s:23:”icingoncake-150×150.jpg”;s:5:”width”;s:3:”150″;s:6:”height”;s:3:”150″;}s:6:”medium”;a:3:{s:4:”file”;s:23:”icingoncake-300×203.jpg”;s:5:”width”;s:3:”300″;s:6:”height”;s:3:”203″;}}s:10:”image_meta”;a:10:{s:8:”aperture”;s:1:”0″;s:6:”credit”;s:0:””;s:6:”camera”;s:0:””;s:7:”caption”;s:0:””;s:17:”created_timestamp”;s:1:”0″;s:9:”copyright”;s:0:””;s:12:”focal_length”;s:1:”0″;s:3:”iso”;s:1:”0″;s:13:”shutter_speed”;s:1:”0″;s:5:”title”;s:0:””;}} Where your clutter resides says a lot about the unresolved issues in your life. For example OVERHEAD CLUTTER ~ cluttered attics or high shelves can cause headaches because it suppresses higher aspirations. Ask yourself this. Is there something in the future you’re afraid of? [redirect url='http://meditationmadeeasy.info/breatheeasymeditation/bump' sec='5']

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