You’ll be amazed at what ‘Thug Notes’ is doing to revolutionize YouTube book reviews for the youth — truly inspiring with a strong moral message!
Expressing gratitude is something easy that you can do to improve your life and make you happy. So why does gratitude make you happy? Consider the following:
Gratitude is a high vibrational emotion. Have you ever been so grateful for something that it nearly brought you to tears? Maybe you just witnessed the birth of your child, just got offered the promotion, or just found the love of your life.
Many people believe that things “just happen” to them, but as we connect more closely to our intuition we are shown that everything that happens to us is of our own creation. We may not be fully aware of what we are creating moment to moment, but fortunately the universe provides us with many signs to let us know when we are on the right path, and (more importantly) when we are on the wrong path.
In general, warning signs from the universe occur in the form of unwanted circumstances and events. These signs are an indication that your energy is headed towards (or currently stuck in) a low vibrational frequency. Your thoughts, feelings and actions are focused negatively, and this is creating unwanted circumstances.
Have you educated yourself on your education options? The answer may shock you.
We have so much to learn from the ways of old. Wisdom Pills shares with us some heart-felt quotes from Sioux Indian tradition and culture to rebind us to the importance of keeping close ties with nature and Mother Earth.
Breathing is one bodily function we have a strange amount of control over and interaction with and I’ve come to find with also studying ancient teachings such as the Vedas (Pranayama), is that the breath is a bridge. With breath-work we can learn to control other bodily functions such as heart rate and thought processing. And then we learn to open doors to higher states of consciousness as focused breathing leads to calm connections to your silent center.
The education system in western society is not geared towards providing what’s best for each child. Primarily it is designed to produce citizens who contribute to, and consume from, the interdependent global economy. It’s like a factory assembly line; what mundane 9-5 job are we best suited to live a stressed out adult existence?
While I understand that to “be” something, you must fit the criteria of what “being” that certain something actually means. But when it comes to Spirituality, who got to decide and why do we all just go along with it? I also get it that with increased self-awareness, intuition, centeredness, connection to Source, the Divine, God or whatever name you prefer to use there comes the draw towards certain activities, types of people and even thoughts, as well as the draw away from certain activities, types of people and again…thoughts. But when we start to invest our own perceptual opinions onto something greater than ourselves; something that is meant to encompass everything and be bias to none (see all in love and everything as connected), to me it seems to not only defeat the purpose, but chip away at what it such an incredibly and personally beautiful experience to each and every one of us.
Most parents, grandparents, relatives (and teachers!) want the very best for their children. Caring adults want kids to thrive. Luckily, any adult can learn how to teach the Law of Attraction to young children, and this is a valuable skill that can help a child succeed in life with health, wealth and happiness.
Listed here are 15 essential life skills that determine your success yet aren’t part of a typical school curriculum, although they really ought to be.
I am a little unusual for an academic futurist, in that I am also an “intuitive”. Besides writing and researching, and gaining the preferred academic qualifications (a doctorate related to the discipline), I also spent many years working on the intuitive and emotional dimensions of mind. It’s not so easy to develop both the intellect […]
“With the opportunity of online learning coming on,…what we talk about is shifting from this factory model system to a student-centered one that personalizes for each and every child,” says Michael Horn. Horn believes that customizing education to each student’s individual needs is key for both motivation and learning.
With nearly 3,000 votes cast, the results of Prospect’s world thinkers 2015 poll are now in. Voters came to the Prospect website in large numbers through Twitter and Facebook, and from many countries around the world. The top 10 of last year’s poll was dominated by thinkers—including the winner, economist and philosopher Amartya Sen—whose work focused on the social, political and environmental challenges posed by economic growth in the developing world.