Spontaneous Remission For A Terminally Ill Planet with Bruce Lipton, Ph.D. & Steve Bhaerman

Every day, it appears, the news about climate change is worse, as is the precarious balance of global politics. We seem bent on destruction, and it’s often difficult to see how we can possibly turn things around before it’s too late. But as bad as things are, Bruce Lipton and Steve Bhaerman see our dire state as evidence of an evolutionary shift, as profound as the transformation of a caterpillar to a butterfly. The earth and its biosphere is a living entity, they say, and our human species has the power to generate a cosmic transition to a new way
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Homer, An Eyeless Cat, Teaches Love And Courage with Gwen Cooper

This is an adventure story of a blind cat, Homer, and a woman finding one another, and the lessons this relationship taught her. Homer survived being trapped, without Cooper, for days after 9/11 in an apartment near the World Trade Center, and even saved Cooper’s life when he chased an intruder, who broke into their home in the middle of the night. But it was Homer’s unswerving loyalty, his infinite capacity for love, and his joy in the face of all obstacles that inspired Cooper daily and transformed her life. She says, “I was very ashamed of myself that here was
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The Universe Is Alive, Intelligent, And Evolving with Jude Currivan, Ph.D.

Beginning with her experience of psychic phenomena from early childhood, Currivan was led on a quest of a life-long exploration of the nature of reality. Her research has come to show that information is as real as anything we call physical reality. Here we explore the reality of informational physics and why this matters in our daily lives. “What we call physical reality is incredibly ephemeral. The only reason we don’t go through the floor we’re standing or sitting on is the spin of subatomic excitations work in such a way that they snag with each other, so they don’t pass
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The Dalai Lama – Choosing Love Toward Our Enemies with Robert Thurman, Ph.D.

“Strong force” is a term used in physics to describe the force that holds particles together in the atomic nucleus and the force that holds quarks together in elementary particles. As the name implies, this is the strongest force known in nature. Scientists know it exists but not how it works. Thurman enlightens us with these ideas from the Buddha: “Buddha’s discovery is that the strong force in the universe is love. It is beings and things wishing to associate with each other, enjoying relativity and relationality… [I]f you go deep enough you’ll find the true nature of things beyond matter and mind
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The Bounty Of A Generous Heart with Andrew Bienkowski

Andrew Bienkowski grew up in Siberia, his family exiled by the Communist regime. In a life that began with nothing, living on soup made from discarded potato peelings, he learned that true wealth and happiness come from giving, and made his way observing the true value of gratitude, forgiveness, and understanding. With great humility and a smile, he weaves his plainspoken wisdom with stories of survival and relationship, and the reminder that the things that really matter are available to each of us, every hour of every day and, of course, even the darkest days have their treasures to offer.
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The Eternal and Infinite Nature of the Self with Rupert Spira

This teacher of non-dualism sheds light on the essential teachings of what is known as “the direct path.” Almost everybody believes that whatever it is we are seeing is something that is outside ourselves. This leads to a most vexing question for science: How is consciousness derived from the brain? No neurologist or brain surgeon has ever found consciousness in the brain. Spira tells us, “The non-dual traditions, in general, suggest that consciousness is not derived from the brain. It’s not a product of matter. In the non-dual traditions consciousness is the primary and fundamental reality. Everything is derived from
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