Well, not quite summoning...but certainly exploring, discussing and reflecting. I'm so lucky to have six blogging friends who form The Health and Happiness Collective, and together, we share our unique perspectives and reflections. For the next couple of weeks, we're visiting the theme of Change. First up, we have Ananda Mahony at Vitale, with Confessions... Continue Reading →
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Be sure to read the full article. The concept of the Tao – The Way – can be applied to life, health, and economics!
[See this article at philosophers.posterous, adapted from the first chapter of The Nature of the Beast]
… Taoism arose from the close observation of nature and people. It distills a higher wisdom than either of the crude world views that dominated the twentieth century. We can aspire to create economies that transcend the crude and unhealthy economic systems that arose from those twentieth century world views, and that provide for and nurture a healthy balance in the lives of people and societies. …
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Late 2010 – early 2011 A 21st century multi-media, interactive, self-paced course of ancient wisdom and sensory cultivation will be available by subscription. This is a very special project, possibly one of the first of its kind, and I’m developing it now. This course is for you if: You're interested in truly knowing your own... Continue Reading →
Internationally, the Extreme Poverty Line is defined as the equivalent of $2 a day. 1.4 billion people currently live below this line, that is 1.4 billion people who do not have the basic choices and opportunities that most Australians take for granted. Imagine just eating below the poverty line for one week – Rachel Hills... Continue Reading →