In this short video by Jason Silva he effectively articulates the power of being fully in the present moment. While, as is the case with most of us, these moments he describes are born out of extraordinary events that our brain can’t process and therefor shuts down. Then we ‘become what we behold’ so to speak. Enjoy the video!
P.S. – Apologies to Hariod as I know he is not your favourite 🙂
This is a great video on the false promises of fame and fortune.
Nothing much to say today so I offer you this beautiful piece of background music to play while you carry on doing whatever you were doing. Sometimes listening to pieces like this really gets my creative juices flowing. Maybe it could do the same for you. Have a wonderful day!
I love this description of consciousness or awareness becoming entangled in thinking. It provides some beautiful clarity in exactly how I am sabotaging my spiritual journey. Enjoy the video!
Wow! What a fascinating video about how the mind perceives the present moment. Please watch and let me know your thoughts on it.
This video came out just over one year ago and was promoted as a method of connecting with anyone. Basically the concept is that if you stare into someone’s eyes silently for 4 minutes you will create this beautiful connection with them. For older, more established couples, it will deepen or renew the intimacy of their bond.
As I watch this again in retrospect I find that staring silently into someone else’s eyes may be the perfect example of an authentic conversation. A concept that I have recently discussed on this blog.
I believe that living authentically is when your inner and outer selves are functioning in complete alignment. An authentic conversation on the other hand is when this alignment expands to two or more people. And in no way do I believe that words are a prerequisite for this kind of conversation.
Please watch the video. It is quite well done.
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