TOPIC: SPIRITUALITY (11)
The Transcendental Meditation Programhttp://www.tm.org
It is a simple, natural, effortless procedure practiced 20 minutes twice each day while sitting comfortably with the eyes closed. It’s not a religion, philosophy, or lifestyle. It’s the most widely practiced, most researched, and most effective method of self-development.
You can find weekly, practical inspiration at Goodlife ZEN. Get a new take on life, find creative ways to make your wildest dreams come true, and become what you aspire to be. Goodlife ZEN is a warm and welcoming community where everyone’s contribution is respected. You can take part in interesting conversations in the comment section, or just sit back and be inspired.
Spirituality & Healthhttp://www.spiritualityhealth.com
We report on the people, the practices, and the ideas of the current spiritual renaissance. We offer self-tests, guidance on spiritual practices, reviews of the latest resources for people on spiritual journeys, inspiration and insights from leading teachers, researchers, and practitioners, and a forum for the active exchange of ideas among various disciplines and communities.
Spiritual Cinema Circlehttp://www.spiritualcinemacircle.com
The Spiritual Cinema Circle originally grew out of collaboration between film producer Stephen Simon and psychologists Kathlyn and Gay Hendricks. Stephen had produced many beloved movies with spiritual themes, such as "Somewhere In Time" and "What Dreams May Come," and had given hundreds of talks and seminars on the emerging genre of Spiritual Cinema. During that time The Hendricks had created a non-profit foundation dedicated to creating a new consciousness in mass media.
Body and Soulhttp://bodyandsoul.org
Body & Soul® is a nonprofit international fitness organization. We love exercise and we take it very seriously. We understand that developing and maintaining a healthy lifestyle is part of being a good steward of this “physical body” we’ve been given.
The Global Appreciation Projecthttp://globalappreciationproject.com
The Global Appreciation Project is an attempt to make the world a happier and healthy place through a worldwide practice of gratitude and appreciation.
Inspired by the original blog, 365daysofappreciation.com, the G.A.P. Project is a collection of blogs, music, books, films, art and memorabilia – from people all over the world – that in one way or another help to demonstrate and cultivate this notion of thanksgiving.
Dr. Alvin Joneshttp://dralvinjones.com
Dr. Alvin Augustus Jones is founder and CEO of dralvin.com The Business of Wisdom, “Where World Leaders & Thinkers Come To Chat.” Alvin has studied at UCLA, Stanford, Harvard University, MIT, Tufts and Cornell. He has degrees from Victory International College Of Theology, All Nations For Christ Institute, and American University. He is the author of Dr. Alvin’s Book of Ponderations, Royalty Without A Future and Success Is Inevitable
1 Giant Mindhttp://1giantmind.org
Meditation is now scientifically and medically validated as a powerful way to reduce stress and its negative impact on your health and wellbeing. 1 Giant Mind has made learning to meditate as easy as downloading a free app, closing your eyes, and following some simple instructions. Created to teach you how to meditate, its three-level program will have you experiencing deeply restful and expansive meditations in a few short sessions. The program has a variable timer, video tutorials, and a trouble-shooting resource to ensure you learn how to meditate with effortless ease.
Melli O'Brien is Mrs. Mindfulness: a mindfulness teacher but, first and foremost, a devoted mindfulness practitioner (who’s still learning, discovering and deepening every day). Sharing the joy of mindful living is her passion and her purpose. Her mission is to help others enjoy a more conscious and connected life. Melli's blog is designed for those who are beginners on the path to mindful living as well as those who’ve walked it for some time. It’s for those who want practical, non-dogmatic ways to come home to the here and now in this busy stressful age. What she offers here are simple teachings and tips for everyday people.
Exhale to Inhalehttp://www.exhaletoinhale.org
Founded by a yogi, supported by the yoga community, and guided by professionals with experience working with domestic violence and sexual assualt survivors, Exhale to Inhale strives to empower women who have experienced intimate partner violence and sexual assault to heal and reclaim their lives through the healing and grounding practice of yoga. Exhale to Inhale provides free weekly yoga classes at domestic violence shelters and community centers throughout New York City, the Hudson Valley, Long Island and Connecticut.