If you are like me, you love to read and have a few go-to reference books that bring something new to the table each and every time you refer to them. I have read many books on spirituality, psychic development and personal growth. I am sharing with you my top 8 favorite books that never get boring and always reveal something new to me each time I read them.
Charles Haanel’s classic 1912 work, “The Master Key System,” is a masterpiece on determining and manifesting your highest purpose. “Tapping the Source: Using the Master Key System for Abundance and Happiness” is an amazing book that takes the key concepts from The Master Key System and provides an easy to follow, seven-step process for implementing Haanel’s strategies. The framework includes “focus phrases” that you use while in a meditative state. For example, “I am open to receive guidance from my source.”
The direction of the production and release of David Crowley’s anticipated fictional film Gray State – which depicted a bleak America with totalitarian rule, a police state and detainment camps – is unknown. However, a rough cut of the dual production documentary, Gray State: The Rise is available to watch. The 2hr 39m film features significant video bytes as well as interviews from Adam Miller, Col. Douglas McGregor, Adam Kokesh, Luke Rudkowski, Stewart Rhodes, Mark Dice, Alex Jones, Jason Bermas, David Crowley and more.
The movie ‘American Sniper’ based on the memoirs of Navy Seal Chris Kyle has grabbed six Oscar nominations and shattered US box-office records. In the process it’s also inflamed debate over US wars. Kyle served in Iraq and was credited with being America’s deadliest sniper. After leaving the army he was shot dead by a fellow veteran he was trying to help. RT’s Marina Portnaya takes a look at the controversy around the film.
Reverend, Desmond Tutu says, “Our world is now a global village.” And indeed it seems it is. What this means is that every person suffering in the world is now your neighbor. The inspiring, new 3-part documentary series A Path Appears (airing Jan. 26, Feb. 2, Feb. 9) allows us to really FEEL this. It follows Pulitzer Prize winning journalists Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn and actor/advocates Malin Akerman, Mia Farrow, Ronan Farrow, Jennifer Garner, Regina Hall, Ashley Judd, Blake Lively, Eva Longoria, and Alfre Woodard, as they look at the deepest problems in our world — and the current efforts to change the tide.
AIDependence tells the story of the extremely controversial relationship between the people of Haiti and aid organizations, exposing the negative side effects that aid creates such as dependency, corruption as well as the destruction of the economy and solidarity.
Andrew Demeter of Teen Take answers the question: what would society be like if mainstream media actually did its job? Here’s some of Andrew’s conclusions…
Firearms expert Mark S. Mann analyzes the alleged shooting of a police officer in Paris. The image from the moment before the “head shot” was distributed and used by the mainstream media worldwide the day after the massacre. And now the full video showing the shooting of the officer is being scrubbed from YouTube and edited elsewhere. Why? Mark S. Mann: “You would expect to see a gruesome wound at that distance, regardless of whatever caliber it (the bullet) was”
You know when you first heard the word “hangry” and you thought, “YES! Finally, a way to express this grumpy-starving feeling I have while I torturously wait for my takeout that was supposed to arrive 30 minutes ago!” Well, the new book, That Should Be A Word by Lizzie Skurnick ($10, Workman, amazon.com) gives you even more words to help further define your every day life.
The play out of reality seems to be getting stranger and stranger by the day. Right on the cusp of a new year, 2014 continues to show us its stuff with events, conflicts and bewildering headlines that truly justify as head-scratching story lines. And now this… On December 28 at approximately 7:24 am local time, […]
Since the rise of the internet people have changed from mere audiences into authors and editors. With pieces of technology small enough to fit the whole world into your pocket, a revolution might be on its way. The net is now mightier than the sword. This presentation was delivered at the TEDxGroningen conference in the Netherlands on November 20, 2014.