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Archive for May, 2007

May
2007
28

Teachers: Gangaji Videos

For those that like Ekhart Tolle, but can’t make it to his world tour, or get a private session with the teacher, we recommend Gangaji. She’s a little more poetic and a touch more circumlocutory. Find out if her style works for you by watching these free videos. There’s a bunch of them...
May
2007
28

Spiritual Surf: The Mystery of You

“Know thyself” is much easier to say than to do. Pursuing a knowledge of self is the fundamental basis of all psychology. It also forms the basis of many spiritual pursuits. Yet so many are unwilling to pursue this path. As John Gardner writes in “Self-Renewal:” “Human beings have always employed an enormous variety...
May
2007
26
LOST Season 3 Finale: Jumping Jack

LOST Season 3 Finale: Jumping Jack

Notes from around the Internet about the physics and metaphysics of the ABC series, LOST episode, “Through the looking glass” BY SOUL’S CODE — You never know how good something is until you’ve lost it. For lost viewers, we’ll be without the show until February 2008, writes Entertainment Weekly. The end of the third...
May
2007
26

Personality DNA

Here’s a neat online widget for determining what type of psychological profile you fit. Survey says that this writer is a “Considerate Thinker.” Apparently that’s the product of my aversion to eating at new restaurants. The colors of the DNA chart represent my trust in others and low creativity…. If you’re the...
May
2007
25

Depression in Abundance

It’s easy to feel bad when everyone around you seems to be feeling good. When we observe happiness or success, the subconscious asks: “Why don’t I have that?” It’s the catalyst for a waterfall of self-doubt that can easily drag down your mood if you let it. Consider this post by blogger/pundit Michael Arrington....
May
2007
21

Weekly Rx: Get Naked

Vlogger Lucymisser tries something new. The Japanese student vlogs au-naturale as an experiment to improve her grades. The inspiration arose after she discovered revealing research: being naked makes you more relaxed, improves your focus and is a bulwark against depression. Hers is a “serious experiment” and not a sexploitation...
May
2007
13

Spiritual Surf: Mother’s Day, a call for peace, Buddha’s debt to parents

Thanks be to Mom. Peace, love and gratitude for the carcinogens? Sunday is Mother’s Day. Give thanks and praise for the one who birthed you. Thanks to Anglo-Libyan for the image. Sofie Leon writes about Mother’s Day as a call for peace. She recalls the Mother’s Day Proclamation, a document written by Julia Ward Howe. ...
May
2007
13

Spiritual Surf: Sex vs. love; online boyfriend applications; The Secret

Abusive boyfriends, how relationships go bad, checklists for a potential girlfriend Girl in a Word has decided to dump her boyfriend after he nearly threatened physical abuse, she writes. She says she’s glad she didn’t marry the guy, who is manipulative, she says. Living Tantra writes a nice piece on how relationships go bad: “As...
May
2007
12

Soul’s Code Link-Love: Addiction

Simone Hudson posts this picture. Aaron Rowe of Wired.com writes about scientists who are trying to create a cocaine that gives you the same high, but doesn’t have the nasty side-effect of death associated with an overdose. The blogger behind Know a New Freedom writes about switching addictions from food to other, more dangerous substances. ...
May
2007
11
Rowing, endorphins and pain management: Power Ten

Rowing, endorphins and pain management: Power Ten

BY SOUL’S CODE — Rowing is a grueling sport. The 2000 meter races generally last about six minutes but your body goes to anerobic respiration, and produces painful lactic acid in your muscles, within the first 90 seconds. Preparing your mind can be as an important as training your muscles. You have to stay strong ...