The Ego Can Blind Us, it’s more obvious in some than others… In a recent interview, Larry King likes Donald Trump. “I’ve always liked him personally,” the legendary television host told Fortune in a recent interview. “I’ve read some terrible things that I’m sad about, but he’s never done anything bad to me.” Still, King has mixed […]
November 2017 Blog Tired of Feeling All Mucked Up All the Time True Story My wife is really good at getting “up from the muck.” It’s a lesson I learn from her over and over. She’s a Mennonite from Kansas, and now a free-spirited L.A. gal who somehow can live just above the big city […]
Star of The Secret and Leonardo DiCaprio’s advisor share a word about mindfulness My friend Jeffrey Schwartz M.D. who advised Leonardo DiCaprio in The Aviator (2004) and I worked on the emotional color wheel that was used in the following scene of The Mindfulness Movie. Fred Alan Wolf, physicist, who starred in the runaway hit The Secret and […]
Anxious About Dying? There’s a very enlightening scene in Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986) between McCoy (the Doc) and Spock. In the previous film, Spock had died and then was mysteriously regenerated by a device called Genesis. It was detonated on the planet where Spock was buried. McCoy is curious and wants to share Spock’s […]
Remember the Ten Paradoxes, well here’s another side to Paradox 8: With attachment, work. Without attachment, play. The most common meaning is unhealthful stress and attachment makes everything hard work and sometimes really difficult! When attachments are healthy; it’s really no hard work at all, time flies, and we can learn to play again with […]
Beyond being an increasingly popular practice for top executives and celebrities, mindfulness meditation is scientifically proven to increase memory and awareness and reduce stress and negative thinking.
This is the third part in a series about discovering The Ten Paradoxes in the famous quotes and sayings of very important icons of our time. In this post, I discuss the mysterious connection between the ancient Tao Te Ching and the modern day mythology of Star Wars, as discussed in Kreger’s book The Tao of Yoda.
If you’re having trouble sticking to an exercise routine, pay attention to how you’re feeling, in a nonjudgmental way, and you may derive greater satisfaction from your circuit training or spinning classes.
This is the second post in a three part series about The Ten Paradoxes, as told through quotes of famous icons of our time, focusing on how Steve Job’s would define each paradox and how it led to Jobs’ success.
Researchers found that among 49 older adults with sleep problems, those who learned mindfulness practices started sleeping better within six weeks.