Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Oct 13

Today’s Quote:

“If there is one thing I’ve learned in thirty years as a psychotherapist, it is this: If you can let your experience happen, it will release its knots and unfold, leading to a deeper, more grounded experience of yourself. No matter how painful or scary your feelings appear to be, your willingness to engage with them draws forth your essential strength, leading in a more life-positive direction.”

— John Welwood, Perfect Love, Imperfect Relationships: Healing the Wound of the Heart

Today’s Most Important Stories, Information & Links:

5 Ways In Which Andrew Cohen’s Teaching Is Wrong (Open Enlightenment)
The Universe Is Interested In You by Andrew Cohen (EnlightenNext Blog)
12th Annual Bible & Archaeology Fest – New Orleans, LA – November 20 – 22, 2009

Animals Feel The Pain Of Religious Slaughter (New Scientist)
NHNE on Factory Farming
Sixty Million Years Of Evolution Says Vitamin D May Save Your Life From Swine Flu (NaturalNews)
NHNE Swine Flu Resource Page
Sun Myung Moon Turning Over Unification Church To Sons (AP)
Is The Large Hadron Collider Being Destroyed By Forces From The Future? (NYT)
Born With Half A Brain, Woman Still Lives Full Life (CNN)
• Twilight Zone: Is Your Brain Really Necessary? (from 2007)
Learning To Juggle Grows Brain Networks For Good (New Scientist)
Dyson Launches The Bladeless Electric Fan (Financial Times)
• The Mormon Kama Sutra – BookReview

18 Essential Tools For Every Word-of-Mouth Marketer (Mashable)

Today’s Recommended Book:

Perfect Love, Imperfect Relationships: Healing the Wound of the Heart by John Welwood

New Additions To Website:

• Updated “Sedona, Arizona Angel Valley Resort Sweat Lodge Incident” Page

Today’s Video: Integral Theory Intro

Jeff Salzman of Boulder Integral giving a brief introduction to Integral Theory. For more videos like this, visit Boulder Integral TV.

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