Archive for December, 2009

Happy New Year!

Yes, even the Dalai Lama thinks that Obama’s peace prize was given a little early, but we still need to remain hopeful that 2010 is going to be a great year for us and our country and that things are going to get better. New Year’s Eve is the day where we are invited to reinvent ourselves. It’s a day of hope and a celebration of moving forward with optimism.


Now, for fun, let’s take a look at some footage of that giant spiral UFO that was spotted by countless people in the skies of Norway recently!


At that moment, he chooses his reality.

Happy Holidays to all of you! May your 2010 be filled with wonder and optimism.

Now, if anyone still has any doubts that we live in a universe where anything is possible, even something as incredible as reincarnation, check this out:


After a Short Delay, Quantum Mechanics Becomes Even Weirder

By Adrian Cho
ScienceNOW Daily News

According to quantum mechanics, light can be either a graceful rippling wave or a hail of bulletlike particles, depending on how you look at it. Now, an experiment shows that an observer can make the choice retroactively, after light has entered a measuring apparatus. The result shows that reality is truly in the eye of the beholder…

Click here to learn how this is possible.


A most amazing woman of the past…

Meet explorer, Buddhist and spiritualist Alexandra David-Neel – Probably one of the most remarkable women of her time. I stumbled upon knowledge of her when I was researching Tibet and I am so happy to have found her. In 1911 this fascinating woman went alone to Lhasa and befriended the 13th Dalai Lama when that area of the world was still closed to foreigners. And this is only the tip of the iceberg in terms of the adventures this woman had in the East (for example, she lived for a while as a spiritual hermit in a cave near the Himalayas.) Why isn’t there a blockbuster film about this woman?

Read about her here, and here. Maybe you will be as inspired by her spirit as I am.




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