News: Thursday, July 23, 2009

News: Thursday, July 23, 2009

Jul 23

Today’s Quote:

“Take into account that great love and great achievements involve great risk.”

— Dalai Lama

Today’s Most Important Stories, Information & Links:

• Integral Life CEO Robb Smith on The 2020 Climate Leadership Campaign
Action Against Climate Change Tops Findhorn’s Agenda
Integral Life News: July 2009
• Online expose of many well-known gurus: “Stripping the Gurus: Sex, Violence, Abuse and Enlightenment”
• Download pdf copy of “Stripping The Gurus” here
• Great resources on Integral NHNE: Integral Controversies
The Doctor Is Within (An Insider’s Experience With The Dalai Lama)
The Dalai Lama Center On YouTube

Today’s Recommended Book:

The Integral Vision by Ken Wilber

New Additions To This Website:

Sounds True
Sounds True Podcasts With Tami Simon (outstanding free podcasts from Sounds True)
Buddhist Geeks (outstanding free podcasts from Buddhist Geeks)

Today’s Video: Eckhart Tolle On “The Hour” With George Stroumboulopoulos

Eckhart Tolle is considered one of the world’s most influential spiritual teachers – a master of inner calm and peace. In a nutshell, he teaches that you are not your mind. In fact, Eckhart says, your mind is your worst enemy. It overtakes the real you and creates thoughts that make you miserable. So if you want to achieve peace, you’ve got to disassociate yourself from your mind. The key? Live in the present. Eckhart sums it all up in his book ‘The Power of Now.’ He wrote it in Vancouver, where he now lives. The book came out in 1997 and has sold more than five million copies, thanks, in large part, to an on-air plug from Oprah. She’s also a big fan of Eckhart’s follow-up book, ‘A New Earth.’ Visit Eckhart Tolle’s Website.


  1. David, this site is the culmination of all the years of hard work. Your vision, pioneering spirit, and unrelenting quest to answer the big questions have created a home on this hub. I hope that many like-minded people will flock here to dive in, be surprised, and find inspiration. Well done, faithful servant!

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