Exploring The Secrets Of Light And Consciousness with Jacob Liberman, O.D., Ph.D.

Free Listening Through May 29, 2018: Keep listening while you browse! Click on the Pop out player button, above on the right. Liberman makes the provocative statement that “Anything that catches your eye is actually looking for you.” This leads him to speak about living in a choiceless way and following what attracts your eye. He says, “You see what grabs your attention is being animated by the same thing that animates the timing of the rising and setting of the sun, the beating of our hearts . . . I’ve come to have such respect for the timing of things that
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Strengthening Your Ability To Pay Attention with Winifred Gallagher

There is no “attention center” in the brain. So where is our capacity for sustained focus located? Research shows us that the brain is an ensemble of alerting, orienting, and executive networks collaborating to attune us to what’s going on in our inner or outer world in coherent ways that point us toward an appropriate response. Most of us don’t understand that attention is a finite resource, like money, so it pays for us to focus on what is more positive and productive. You can make a choice between focusing on something that is productive or generative or on something
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Rewiring Our Brain’s Pain Pathways with David Hanscom, M.D.

Hanscom describes two sources of pain: “The source of pain can be non-structural, which is inflammation of tendons and ligaments. Probably 90% of pain in the body has to do with the size of the blood vessels, inflammation, etcetera, but you can’t see it on a test. So we call that non-structural. The second source I call structural. In other words you have a bone spur with matching symptoms. That’s a structural problem. The only time that surgery is effective is if you have a structural problem that you can correct. You can’t surgically correct pain unless you can see the
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Our Natural Goodness with Sylvia Boorstein

As one of the most beloved American teachers of Buddhism, Sylvia Boorstein brings warmth, humor, and real-life honesty to the principles of mindfulness and spiritual practice. In this joy-filled conversation, she shares her insights on how we can be more accepting of the negative patterns in our minds, and find happiness regardless of the challenges we face. She explains, “The point of practice is not to keep the mind unconfused, because that’s not going to work. We’re going to keep getting confused, startled, broadsided by life all the time. So it’s not about not getting confused. It’s about recognizing that
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Meeting Daily With Our Chief Spiritual Officer with May McCarthy

Executives can spend hours in daily meetings to ensure the success of a company. What if that commitment can be applied to your own success, but with much more ease? As a founder of many business endeavors, May McCarthy works with various heads of departments such as Chief Information Officers or Chief Financial Officers. She meets with these “C-suite” executives daily. Through the years as she strengthened her spiritual practice, she’s realized there is a divine intelligence that has been guiding her. This universal power strengthens her intuition, gives her signs and messages, and supports her gut decisions. At some point she
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