Thursday, August 24th 2017

Spiritual Surf: Paris Hilton, Eckhart Tolle TV, Star Wars symphony, Lance Armstrong

More than a soft-core brand: Paris Hilton does have a soul — and a kind mind

A documentary which had its first national audience at the end of July on MTV is the ultimate celeb enlightenment-moment: Paris Hilton has been playing us — and a character — all along.

Paris, not France reveals that the woman-famous-for-being-famous is a refreshingly grounded, self-aware, entrepreneur with a sense of irony and inner strength.

It also shines a new light on her pre-prison reading, The Power of Now and the Bible. Contrary to blog-banter at the time, perhaps Paris wasn’t posing and positioning.

Eckhart Tolle TV

Eckhart Tolle launches a pay-per-view site: Here’s what the post-modern mystic says about our current financial crisis and recession. His take is remarkably similar to what you’ve been reading on Soul’s Code by David Rickey, Vaishali, and Ronda La Rue.

Star Wars Symphony

The Soul’s Code community loves that an inspiration for Star Wars was Joseph Campbell’s Jungian study, Hero With A Thousand Faces. Today, the franchise’s cult followers embrace anything to do with the movies almost like a religious event. So it will be this fall, with the Star Wars live symphony, just announced at the 2009 Comicon conference.

Armstrong recycled: a Tour de France force in 2010?

Lance uses his podium finish to re-brand, launch a new team, and plug his Livestrong Charity

Speaking of long-distance, endurance races: runners in the San Francisco Marathon call it a “spiritual experience”

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2 Comments on “Spiritual Surf: Paris Hilton, Eckhart Tolle TV, Star Wars symphony, Lance Armstrong”

  1. I'm sure that Paris has a soul and a brain...we all do :) But I'm not getting any type of spiritual vibe from her. She's a well-oiled (no pun intended) money making machine for the capitalist system and for herself. Does she use her celebrity status to help others? Maybe, but I haven't heard much about this. Why should I care about what she is doing?

  2. I love, admire, and am interested in a woman who can create an empire...Madonna, Paris Hilton...Sometimes it takes a whole life to know what to do with your gifts...and you and I can only imagine what it's like to stay in a "spiritual" place when you are ALWAYS surrounded by so many people with so many agendas. Certainly Paris has to learn to find her own thoughts and feelings and soul in the midst of more "noise" than you and I are ever likely to encounter. To not curl into yourself, and instead continue to reach out and at least attempt to find out what you can do in this world seems to me something admirable in itself...Sarah

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