Discover Daily Qigong Practices to release stress, amplify your life force & increase JOY!

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Attend The Qigong Global Summit, a Free Online event from September 24-27, and join leading qigong teachers including Daisy Lee, Lee Holden, Dr. Effie Chow, Dr. Roger Jahnke, who will show you powerful practices to cultivate abundant qi flow for your health and healing.

 

Discover Qigong, Tia Chi, Martial Arts & Chinese Medicine

It’s time to take your health, healing, and wellbeing into your own hands…

Through simple yet powerful Qigong exercises, meditations, and flow movements, you can direct life-force energy (known as “Qi”) to specific parts of your body — transforming anxiety, stress, and disease into self-confidence, inner peace, and optimal health.

As your body responds by doing what it’s designed to do (self-heal and rebalance), blocks in your energy body dissolve and your radiant Qi flows smoothly into every dimension of your being — emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual.

You’ll then be able to release stress, create a sense of flow, and ground your body and being… so you can navigate daily life with greater ease

That’s why I’m excited to invite you to join the Qigong Global Summit, where some of the foremost teachers in the field — including Daisy Lee, Lee Holden, Dr. Effie Chow, Dr. Roger Jahnke, Master Mingtong Gu, Sifu Ama Lia Wai-Ching Lee, Master Li Junfeng, Robert Peng, Pedram Shojai, Bill and Angie Douglas, Dr. Paul Hannah, and others…

… will share essential practices to help you elevate your flow of Qi for enhanced health and wellbeing.

Free Online Event
Qigong Global Summit
September 24-27, 2019

During this year’s Qigong Global Summit, 30+ leading Qigong teachers, masters, and doctors will provide insights into the practices of Qigong, Tai Chi, martial arts, and Traditional Chinese Medicine — as well as how Qi is the foundation of all of these ancient arts, and more. 

Through high-quality video, they’ll illuminate both the philosophical and practical components of working with Qi — and offer simple practices you can use right away

You’ll discover how to activate your inner healing potential to release stress, and create a sense of flow and groundedness within the challenges of daily life. 

RSVP here for the Qigong Global Summit — at no charge

During this inspiring 4-day summit, you’ll discover:

  • Introductory Qigong exercises you can do anywhere, anytime to help you manage stress and anxiety in your daily life
  • How to add Qigong to other practices, such as yoga, acupuncture, and Tai Chi to bring yourself (and your clients!) into harmony, balance, and optimal wellbeing
  • Ways to tune into your body’s subtle distress signals before your health is compromised and becomes a crisis
  • How to enhance your relationships with yourself and others from a place of grounded clarity and self-confidence
  • Helpful breathing exercises and meditations to boost your health
  • Serious scientific research proving that Qigong and Tai Chi are effective complements to allopathic medicine
  • Ways to experience, circulate, and build your life-force energy

And much more!

You’ll pick up simple yet essential daily practices to help you cultivate abundant Qi flow for your health, healing, and daily life. And, these practices can be done anywhere, anytime — including your workplace, while running errands, or even in traffic (provided you’re not driving, of course)! 

And if you’re already experiencing the benefits of Qigong, Tai Chi, martial arts, acupuncture, and Chinese herbal medicine, you’ll discover new opportunities to refine your current practice. 

I hope you’ll participate in this special online gathering presented by The Shift Network. It promises to be truly transformative!

RSVP here for the Qigong Global Summit — at no charge.

Essential Daily Qigong Practices to Activate Healing

Here are some more highlights from this groundbreaking summit! You’ll discover:

  • How to integrate these teachings on Qi into your healing practices 
  • Qigong practices for women to help you find your voice and lead from your true feminine center
  • How in the Taoist tradition, emotions are connected to your major internal organs
  • Practices for liberating the emotional body from trauma — emotional, mental, and physical
  • How to work with energetic blocks, excess, and deficiencies
  • Helpful breathing exercises to strengthen your immune system and balance your hormones
  • Qigong as an antidote to the stress caused by the conflicts we face in our world today

RSVP here for the Qigong Global Summit — at no charge.

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Gratitude is the Antidote for Judgment

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Consciousness Can Change Anything

Have you ever felt like there was something wrong with you?

Do you spend a lot of time judging you? Trying to fix you? Trying to make you right because you are convinced you must be wrong?

Gratitude is the antidote for judgment.
What would it take for you to have gratitude for you?


What if you aren’t wrong?

What if there is more that’s right about you than you’ve ever been willing to acknowledge?

And, what if everything that you’ve judged as a wrongness about you is actually a strongness?

We have been taught to judge ourselves. It’s what we do here. But what if there were another way? What if wrong was the new right? And what if if you began to see the gift and the contribution of you – ALL of you – especially the parts of you that you judge as wrong?


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Discover and Live Your Dharma

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Enjoy this Sounds True podcast of an interview with Stephen Cope as they discuss the wisdom found in the Bhagavad Gita and the many ways this ancient parable can be applied to modern life.

They speak about discovering and living out your dharma—the true purpose of your life. They discuss the wisdom found in the Bhagavad Gita and the many ways this ancient parable can be applied to modern life. Stephen explains why “missing by an inch is the same as missing by a mile,” as well as why we need to decide what not to do in order to bring our gifts to life. Finally, Tami and Stephen talk about the concept of being a warrior and what this means as we bring our unique skills to bear in a world that needs them more than ever.


Stephen Cope is the scholar emeritus at Kripalu Yoga Center and the director of the Kripalu Institute for Extraordinary Living, as well as the bestselling author of The Wisdom of Yoga and The Great Work of Your Life. With Sounds True, Stephen has produced an eight-week online course titled Your True Calling: Essential Teachings of Yoga to Find Your Path in the World.


The Great Work Of Your Life

Stephen’s excellent book The Great Work of Your Life: A Guide for the Journey to Your True Calling brings the Bhagavad-Gita, a classic Hindu spiritual text, to life. The Bhagavad-Gita, the cornerstone of the yogic tradition, has Arjuna the greatest warrior of his era being counseled by Krishna his divine charioteer.

Arjuna is struggling and is prone laying down on his chariot can’t get himself to go to war. Lots of drama going on in the scene and Krishna advises him on how to live his Dharma.



The Four Pillars of Dharma

Dharma is what Krishna is advising Arjuna about in the Bhagavad-Gita and Stephen helps us bring that to life in our modern lives and many shares stories of extraordinary people who have discovered and most fully lived their Dharma. Everyone from Walt Whitman and Henry David Thoreau to Susan B. Anthony and Ghandi. An extraordinary array of individuals whose stories he uses to help us understand how we can discover and live our sacred calling.

The Sanskrit word Dharma is impossible to translate into one English word. The basic idea in terms of this book is basically your vocation, your sacred duty, your calling, what are you here to do. It also means the essence of who you are, the truth of your being, that part of you that makes you, you.

The book is about understanding the four pillars of Dharma.

The First Pillar: Look to your Dharma (Discover)

You need to discover your Dharma, know your unique gift/vocation. We all have a seed of potential, a gift that we’ve been giving, our duty is to bring that to life. We need to discover, not create, what that is.

You have gifts and possibilities that no one else has. What’s the special offering that you can make in the current difficulty that no one else can make.

Here are actions you can do to help discover and live your Dharma:

  1. List what is in your life right now that is most lighting you up. (prioritize your list and keep the top three)
  2. List what you think your deepest duty in your life, what is it that if you do not do it that you will feel a profound sense of self betrayal. (prioritize your list and keep the top three)
  3. List the challenges and difficulties that you are facing in your life. (prioritize your list and keep the top three)
  4. Take the prioritized list from the first three steps and write down the five words that best describe your Dharma.
  5. Write down the things/actions that support you which you want to enhance moving forward.
  6. Write down the things/actions that are unnecessary, that may work against your Dharma, that you want to stop doing and let go.

The Second Pillar: Do It Full Out (All In)

Once you discover your Dharma, what your ultimate calling, your sacred duty, you need to go all-in. You need to dedicate your entire life to your Dharma.

When you decide to go all-in on anything in your life, you cut off other options. Now that’s really challenging to do because that requires a level of courage. You can’t hedge your bets, which means you say no to a lot of other things.

On a macro level you need to decide what you’re going to commit your life force, your soul force as Steven describes it. On a micro level we need to say no to all the distractions that get in the way.

Structured all the conditions of your life so that you can most fully give yourself. Created the conditions for your life to flourish.

Our job is to cultivate and create the conditions through which our gift can reach its potential. Have you created the conditions of your life in such a manner that you can flourish?

Know when your energy is at its best. How can you optimize your conditions?

The Third Pillar: Let Go of the Fruits

Focus on the process over results. Let go of outcomes and focus on doing your best, day in and day out. Let go of the fruits of your labor is how Krishna puts it.

Look for the open doors instead of spending your efforts trying to open ones that are not open.

The Fourth Pillar Turn it Over To God (You to Zero)

Turn your entire life over to God. Gandhi described it as reducing himself to zero.

Free Your Emotions through Yoga Breathing, Body Awareness, and Energetic Release – Audio Download $13.10.

Something magical happens when you’re able to get out of the way and let God take over and shine through. Releasing the God within, reducing ourselves to zero such that God can be fully present.

Develop your fundamentals, develop your core practices that allow you to be a healthy human being such that you can actualize and then move beyond your ego and transcend yourself.

Abraham Maslow describes in the hierarchy of needs start at the basic level and moved up to self-actualization. But that wasn’t the end. After you self actualized, you self transcended. You reduced yourself to zero and you gave your life to something bigger than yourself.


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What Grand and Glorious Adventures Will You Choose!

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Your point of view creates your reality. Your reality does not create your point of view. Did you get that? Things don’t happen to you that cause you to have a certain perspective. You have a perspective, you have a point of view, and your reality shapes to match that.

So… since you can shape shift your reality by simply changing your point of view, what would you like to change?

What would you like to have show up different in your life?

Would you like more money? How about better sex? Or maybe more sex? Would you like to adore your body and function in total allowance and gratitude for your body… exactly as it is? What about relationships? What would you like your relationships to be like? What would you like them to contribute to you?

Whatever it is that you would like change with, you CAN have it! Change your point of view. Change your reality.

And, it gets even better. You’ve received many life changing tools through this email series and there’s more! There’s always more! When you ask and keep asking, more keeps showing up. How did we get so lucky?

Several of these dynamic tools, on different subjects and topics, are posted below. Take advantage of them- if you’d like. Choose them if they will contribute. Use them to go beyond every limitation that you’ve allowed to keep you down. Is now the time? What do YOU know? What will YOU choose?

If you desire to change your money situation, here’s an online video class with Dain on 7 Steps to Change How You Function With Money.

 

A great resource for bodies is this free class: Healing, Changing and Enjoying your Body with Dain Heer. (For FREE access enter Password: healing12)

Thanks for choosing to create your life. I wonder… what grand and glorious adventures will you choose?!


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Psychology of the Selfie – with JP Sears

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Why do people take selfies? What does a selfie say about you? In the psychology of the selfie I share with you my experience of the deep, meaningful message that is always present underneath selfie pictures. The global phenomenon of taking selfies has important roots in the psychology and hearts of people. Join me for a fun and insightful exploration!


Free Video Webinar with J P Sears

You’ve probably heard of JP Sears—that “SpiritualAF” vegan guy known to millions of people for his comedy videos on YouTube …

But what many do not know is that JP Sears is an accomplished emotional healing coach with 20 years’ experience.(He’s a talented guy.)
His work empowers people to live more meaningful lives.
If you’d like to see more of the serious side of JP Sears, tune in on August 29 for The Courage to Be Yourself, a free webinar that you can register for right now.

RESERVE YOUR FREE SPOT TODAY >>


JP Sears

Author Photo © Diana-Deaver

JP Sears is a conscious comedian, YouTuber, emotional healing coach, author, speaker, world traveler, and curious student of life. His work empowers people to live more meaningful lives. He is the author of the bestseller How to Be Ultra Spiritual, published through Sounds True. He is very active with his online videos, where he encourages healing and growth through his humorous and entertainingly informative videos, which have accumulated over 300 million views. JP is also the host of his new podcast, the Awaken With JP Sears Show.


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The Truth

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By Anita Moorjani

Photo by Tanya Malott

After battling cancer for four years, my body finally succumbed, and I crossed the boundary between life and death. My heightened awareness in that expanded realm was indescribable, despite my best efforts to explain it. The clarity was amazing. The universe makes sense, I realized. And I finally understood — I know why I have cancer!

I was too caught up in the wonder of that moment to dwell on the cause, although I’d soon examine it more closely. I also seemed to comprehend why I’d come into this life in the first place — I knew my true purpose. And I was overwhelmed by the realization that God isn’t a being, but a state of being… and I was now that state of being.

I saw my life intricately woven into everything I’d known so far. My experience was like a single thread woven through the huge and complexly colorful images of an infinite tapestry. All the other threads and colors represented my relationships, including every life I’d touched. There were threads representing my mother, my father, my brother, my husband, and every other person who’d ever come into my life, whether they related to me in a positive or negative way. Every single encounter was woven together to create the fabric that was the sum of my life up to this point. I may have been only one thread, yet I was integral to the overall finished picture.

Seeing this, I understood that I owed it to myself, to everyone I met, and to life itself to always be an expression of my own unique essence. Trying to be anything or anyone else didn’t make me better — it just deprived me of my true self. Not only that, it kept others from experiencing me for who I am, and it deprived me of interacting authentically with them. Being inauthentic also deprives the universe of who I came here to be and what I came here to express.

In that state of clarity, I also realized that I’m not who I’d always thought I was: Here I am without my body, race, culture, religion, or beliefs… yet I continue to exist! Then what am I? Who am I? I certainly don’t feel reduced or smaller in any way. On the contrary, I haven’t ever been this huge, this powerful, or this all-encompassing.

Live each day with lightness of being and unending gratitude

I had never, ever felt this way. There I was, without my body or any of my physical traits, yet my pure essence continued to exist, and it was not a reduced element of my whole self. In fact, it felt far greater and more intense and expansive than my physical being… magnificent, in fact. I felt eternal, as if I’d always existed and always would without beginning or end. I was filled with the knowledge that I was simply magnificent! How have I never noticed this about myself before? I wondered.

As I looked at the great tapestry that was the accumulation of my life up to that point, I was able to identify exactly what had brought me to where I was today. Why, oh why, have I always been so harsh with myself? Why was I always beating myself up? Why was I always forsaking myself? Why did I never stand up for myself and show the world the beauty of my own soul? Why was I always suppressing my own intelligence and creativity to please others? I betrayed myself every time I said yes when I meant no. Why have I violated myself by always needing to seek approval from others just to be myself? Why haven’t I followed my own beautiful heart and spoken my own truth? Why don’t we realize this when we’re in our physical bodies? How come I never knew that we’re not supposed to be so tough on ourselves?

I felt completely enveloped in a sea of unconditional love and acceptance. I was able to look at myself with fresh eyes, and I saw that I was a beautiful being of the Universe. I understood that just the fact that I existed made me worthy of this tender regard rather than judgment. I didn’t need to do anything specific; I deserved to be loved simply because I existed, nothing more and nothing less. This was a rather surprising realization for me, because I’d always thought I needed to work at being lovable. I believed that I somehow had to be deserving and worthy of being cared for, so it was incredible to realize this wasn’t the case. I’m loved unconditionally, for no other reason than simply because I exist.

I was transformed in unimaginable clarity as I realized that this expanded, magnificent essence was really me. The understanding was so clear: I was looking into a new paradigm of self, becoming the crystalline light of my own awareness. Nothing interfered with the flow, glory, and amazing beauty of what was taking place. I was given the choice to return from this other realm in order to share my life-changing insights with others. My near-death experience was the catalyst that allowed me to cure myself of cancer and to accept my true purpose here on earth — the truth of my being.


Anita Moorjani, an international speaker and the author of the New York Times bestseller, Dying to Be Me, and her latest book, What If This Is Heaven?, has a remarkable story.

After a 4-year battle with cancer, Anita fell into a coma and was given days to live. As her doctors gathered, attempting to revive her, she journeyed into a near-death experience (NDE) in which she was surrounded by unconditional love and deep wisdom. In this place, she was given a powerful truth: heaven is not a destination, it is a state of consciousness.

During her NDE, Anita was given the choice to return to her physical form or to continue on into this expansive new realm. She chose to come back. When she regained consciousness, the cancer that had caused her organs to shut down began to heal. To the amazement of her doctors, she was free of countless tumors and cancer indicators within weeks.

Anita’s NDE has captured the hearts and attention of millions across the globe. She has been a featured guest on The Dr. Oz Show, Fox News, The Today Show, CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360, the National Geographic Channel, The Pearl Report in Hong Kong, Headstart with Karen Davila in the Philippines, and many others.

Today, Anita, who lives in the United States with her husband Danny, continues to share her incredible story and lessons internationally. Dying to Be Me has sold millions of copies worldwide, has been translated into 45 languages, and has been optioned by Hollywood producer Ridley Scott to be made into a full-length feature film.

Prior to her cancer diagnosis, Anita lived in Hong Kong and worked in the corporate world for several years. She was born in Singapore of Indian parents and grew up speaking English, Cantonese, and an Indian dialect simultaneously.


TEDx Talk

Here is Anita’s TEDx Talk from November 30, 2013 where she shares her story. At the end of the video (13:30) she shares the five biggest lessons she learned from her near death experience (NDE):

  1. The most important thing that I learned, the most important thing we have here, to focus our awareness on, is love.
  2. The next biggest lesson I learned, was to live life fearlessly.
  3. The third thing I learned that is so important is humor, and laughter, and joy.
  4. The fourth thing I learned is that life is a gift.
  5. The fifth and final thing which is so important that I learned is that the most important thing for you is to always be yourself.


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Discover the True Nature of Grace

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Enjoy an opportunity to learn from one of the most respected spiritual teachers of our time with this free gift

Ever feel like life is working against you?

Your car breaks down in traffic.

Someone trolled your well-crafted post on social media.

Your partner left their dishes in the sink…again.

Any of these can cause frustration not only with other people, but with the universe itself. But what if you stop focusing on the challenges and instead, notice the thousands of ways that life serves and uplifts you every day?

In Falling into Grace, one of his most renowned and best-selling works, Adyashanti explains how you can come to appreciate and cherish these moments of synchronicity. For a limited time, we’re pleased to offer a free audio teaching from Falling into Grace.

Register for Your Free Teaching

With Adyashanti’s guidance, we hope you will discover for yourself just how full of grace life really is!

We have some exciting things in store with Adyashanti. Get your free teaching today and be the first one to learn about our upcoming journey!



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Inspiration: 27 Vital Aspects of Breath

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Have you ever paused to consider how amazing your breath is? Here’s a list of some inspirational aspects of breath. (The word inspiration itself means to breathe.) Some might already be familiar to you. You may feel drawn to appreciate some more than others. Devoting close attention to any one will lead to all the others. It’s all there – in a breath.

1  Present-ness

My mind wanders. My thoughts drift off. Sometimes, I could drown in regret, lost reviewing the past. Meanwhile, my breath is always precisely in the present moment.

2  Happiness

When we drop our worries and hurries, we can fully connect with our aliveness. Breathing with this joy on our lips, we learn a deeper, more enduring happiness. It’s our birthright. Conscious breathing can be a great relief, having nothing else to do but be – and a reminder there are enough simple reasons for happiness in this present moment.

3  Leadership

I’m a follower of my breath. Following my breath can tell me volumes about how I’m feeling and what I’m thinking; where I am and where I need to go in my life. When I notice my mind has wandered – I simply draw attention back to my breath.

4  Constant Companion

Since my birth, no one and no thing has been as close to me, without fail, rain or shine, as my breath. No sensation has been as familiar to me. When I follow my breath, I feel myself coming home, where I’ve always belonged.

5  Best Friendship

Ultimately, no one may love me as much as I do. To remain faithful to my part of the relationship, I pay utmost attention to my breath. Sometimes, I need to take time for us to get to know each other better.

6  Relational

I say, “my breath,” but I could b breathing in your out-breath. The simple implication of breath’s merging of within and around can dramatically shift my perspective.

7  Inspirational

We have many muses in our creative life. They may take the form of rituals, people, or substances. My primary inspiration is breath.

8  Nature

Through my breath, I observe my connection to Nature and her processes. The in-and-out of breath mirrors the natural cycles – the tides, the sun and moon, life and death.

9  Slowness

Nature reminds me to slow down, since my observation reveals how slowness tends to predominate our surroundings. Paying attention to breathing, it tends to deepen and slow, of its own, naturally. Living in a culture addicted to an ever-accelerating pace, slowness can feel like salvation.

10 Calm

Paying attention to breath allows it become as deep as it wishes to be. When I feel my belly soften and breath grow deep, my vestigial instincts of flight-fright-or-fight have gone away: less stress! I am aware of how calm I feel.

11  Solidity

Without calm, my strength can dissipate, disperse, and scatter. Without calm, I cannot engage in gentle inquiry into the nature of self and reality. My reserve of calm assures my presence has solidity, even in emergency. I can show up, and be present when I show up.

12  Silent

Paying attention, I notice breath is slower than thought. Nor does it obey the restrictive patterns of verbal language. I pay close attention to each quiet breath, from beginning, middle, and end – and with a blank space, in between. This silence is not blind.

13  Anonymity

My breath is totally unconcerned whether or not I am up with latest fashion, or what I look like. I don’t need to cultivate an identity. Breath accepts as I am. In that complete acceptance, I could be nobody – or anybody. This is anonymity is a passport to the undomesticated world of the wild.

14  Impermanence

Breath is a living example of the impermanence of all things – a reminder of the importance of flow. You can never breathe the same breath twice.

15  Focus of Awareness

Meditating, I could focus on sound, which is also ever-present, but I like breath best.

16  Emotional Self-Regulation

Being intimate with how a breath arises, manifests, then falls away is a transferable skill, applicable to emotions and thoughts. These too arise, take form, and pass. Besides my recognizing they’re impermanent, it’s great to also be able to catch negative thought forms and destructive feelings at their inception – before they’ve pulled us along by the nose – learning to step away from their pull on us, understand them, and heal and transform their energies.

17  Direct

Breath isn’t symbolic nor abstract. There’s no need to look behind breath, searching for hidden meaning. Beyond anyone else’s words or labels, connecting with breath is to see for one’s self, through direct experience.

18  Intentionality

Wanting to change my behavior – my thoughts, my words, and my deeds – conscious breathing is wonderful training. To be conscious of just one breath immediately sets intention into motion. Conscious breath provides a space where I can consider how to respond, rather than react.

19  Universal

Like the wind that encircles the planet, breath is everywhere. It knows no religious denominations, national boundaries, ethnic differences, or social classes. Languages vary but they all tend to point to the vital connection to life of breath.

20  Vital

Mindful of breath, I return my attention to the fountain of life. Dead people don’t breathe. Many languages equate our personal breath with a connection to something greater than ourselves.

21  Centering

Shunryu Suzuki Roshi once likened breath to a hinge between mind and body. In present-moment awareness of breath, my body and mind find each other. In the vital spaciousness of breath, body mind spirit can align as one.

22  Interconnection

Scientists tell me my breath nourishes the green world of vegetation, and vegetation nourishes my breath. I know, first-hand, such interdependent interconnection of all things through my breath. I can feel how body conditions mind … mind conditions body … breath conditions both.

23  Letting Go

Breathing out teaches me a central lesson: letting go. I can’t breathe in without breathing out.

24  Ineffable

Breath is invisible. It has no color, no shape. It’s invisible. Breath – like mind, like life – is ineffable.

25  Selflessness

Breathing out, I let my exhalation simply fall away from my body, as if as far as to the horizon. Then I wait. I am as still as a hunter waiting for a deer. I don’t summon it, nor try to will it into existence. My next breath comes, nevertheless. As if of itself. Without fixed identity, lacking any separateness, empty of ownership. In this, it is perfectly open to anything and everything, as limitless as a big clear sky. Selfless.

26  Prayer

Mindful breathing can be a form of prayer.

27  Engaged

Breath can’t be confined to a monastery. It’s actively engaged in the world.


Gary GachGary Gach hosts Zen Mindfulness Fellowship weekly in San Francisco, since 2009. He’s author of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Buddhism and editor of What Book!? ~ Buddha Poems from Beat to Hiphop. His most recent book is PAUSE   BREATHE   SMILE ~ Awakening Mindfulness When Meditation Is Not Enough. This brings mindfulness full-circle, back to its roots as a spiritual as well as secular path for complete awakening. It’s available in both paperback and as an audio book. His work has also appeared in over 150 periodicals and a couple dozen anthologies, including The Christian Science Monitor, Harvard Divinity Bulletin, Huffington Post, In These Times, Language for a New Century, The Nation, The New Yorker, Technicians of the Sacred, andYoga Journal. 

Pause, Breathe, Smile by Gary Gach
Purchase at Sounds True

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Awareness and Allowance

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You know those days when everyone and everything just ANNOYS you?

Well, what if I told you that on your quest for increased awareness, you’ll have a LOT OF days like that; irky, irritated and CRANKY!

(Consciousness is not for sissies!)

When your awareness exceeds your allowance, things can get very, very uncomfortable. Trust me, I have lots of personal experience. 🙂

Here comes the million dollar question; knowing that, will you still keep going?

Are you ready to take on the cranky-pant-days for the amazing level of peace, clarity and possibility that lays beyond?

If yes, let me give you some tools that might make it easier.

Come along to a sunny balcony in beautiful Roma.

What would it take for your allowance to increase a god zillion times*…..right now?

In this video, Dain talks about allowance and how to use this question to shift the energy.

Isn’t it amazing how much a simple question can lighten things up?!

Simple tools to apply to any area of your life that you’d like to change

So my friends, I invite you to keep going. There is so much more available for you!

And, if you really want to jump in and create phenomenal change in your life, check out Dr. Dain’s video course, 10 Keys to Total Freedom – a 21 Day Program, which you can access in his online library.


Access Consciousness offers pragmatic tools to change things in your life that you haven’t been able to change until now.

The aim of Access is to create a world of consciousness and oneness, where everything exists and nothing is judged. Are you ready to expand the level of choices and possibilities that are available to you?



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Inspiration & Direction from Women with Passion & Power

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Thriving in Your Third Act Summit

Are you ready to flourish in your “next act”? 

Are you ready to reclaim your life and thrive like never before?

Are you passionate about realizing your true purpose — to be the voice of wisdom and lived experience, to guide the world toward the change we so desperately need… and to lead from your most vibrant and energized self?

You may be poised to reap the benefits of an extraordinary life filled with knowledge, experiences, and accomplishments — and asking yourself, What’s next?

What’s the opening, the opportunity, the possibility for me? What am longing for? What’s my unique calling… and am I truly fulfilling it?

The underlying message in our mainstream culture is that only people of a certain age are meant to live fully… achieve goals… and master what’s meant for them in this lifetime.

Yet, the life experiences you’ve navigated to this point, the path you’ve pioneered, the work you’ve done in the world so far, is only the beginning — a launchpad into an inspiring, fulfilling “next act,” where you give and receive in equal parts, enriching the lives of others and making a difference in everything you do.

That’s why we’re SO excited to invite you to join Thriving in Your Third Act: Women Finding Fire & Fulfillment in Your 40s, 50s & Beyond — August 19-23, 2019 — where you’ll discover a clear path, with easy-to-pick-up-and-run-with tools, tips, and practices that will help you manifest your highest potential… and fulfill your wildest dreams!

Free Online Event
Thriving in Your Third Act:
Finding Fire & Fulfillment in Your 40s, 50s & Beyond
August 19-23, 2019

You’ll find more than 35 leaders — including Jean Shinoda Bolen, Michael Bernard Beckwith, Anita Moorjani, Annie B. Kay, Cynthia James, Dr. Dan Siegel, Reverend Deborah Johnson, Arielle Ford, Matthew Fox, K.P. Khalsa, Margaret Paul, Ken Page, and many others… 

… guiding you with trailblazing wisdom to support your personal journey of transformation at whatever stage of life you’re in. 

RSVP here for Thriving in Your Third Act — at no charge.


Discover The Keys to Thriving in Your “Next Act”

Here’s some of what the brilliant speakers will be sharing with you…

  • Discover how the phases of the moon reflect the phases of a woman’s life — waxing, full, and waning, with Jean Shinoda Bolen. 
  • Michael Bernard Beckwith will reveal how, no matter what choices you make, you have a North Star — a compass, your essence — that can help you live free of judgement… and become love.
  • Anita Moorjani will share how cancer gave her the lessons that she could only learn at the threshold of death… and explains how her near-death experience enabled her to begin a new threshold of life.
  • Annie B. Kay will explore food, lifestyle, and mindset choices that can help you light your inner glow and be more of who you are… and help you redefine health and beauty at every age.
  • Demand your seat at the table as Cynthia James offers practical tools to help you move out of reticence and into empowered expression — and become a voice that’s meant to be heard.
  • Dr. Dan Siegel will focus on the research-established principles for cultivating presence and mindfulness both for the self and in relationship with others. 
  • Arielle Ford will share inspiring and practical tools that can help you manifest deep and long-lasting love in your life. 
  • Reverend Deborah Johnson will show you how to allow divine alchemy to transmute every experience — pleasant or painful — into personal empowerment.
  • Matthew Fox will highlight the important role of the elder in stepping up and connecting with the young… creating an allyship in affecting change in today’s world.
  • With K.P. Khalsa, you’ll discover how using Ayurveda herbal preparations — can dramatically improve your wellbeing.
  • Margaret Paul will reveal her Inner Bonding process — a powerful mind/body/spirit roadmap that can guide you to inner peace, joy, loving relationships, and the manifestation of your gifts.
  • Practice two exquisite techniques to connect to your deepest soul gifts… and let them guide you to the next level of deep, authentic love with Ken Page.
  • Ann Louise Gittleman shares the “7 Rules of Longevity,” providing the newest nutritional expertise and drugless therapies for rejuvenation and vitality.
  • Dame Doria Cordova offers provocative and practical wisdom on money — making it, keeping it, and growing it.

Your passion and your wisdom are not only vital for your life… they’re also key to solving the issues facing our precious planet and our global family.

Join in to find exciting new ways you can use your unique gifts to help create a thriving world for future generations — and explore what’s next for you on your journey to YOUR inspired life.

RSVP here for Thriving in Your Third Act — at no charge.


The Shift Network aim’s to create a sustainable, peaceful, healthy and prosperous world.

We hold a vision where, not only are everyone’s basic needs met while living in peace, but the very best in all of us is expressed and humanity’s full creative potential is set free.

Our intention is to share the very best in personal and societal transformation, so that together, step by step, we’re shifting the way we do things on this planet and creating a beautiful world that works for all.

A network of inspired hearts, awakened minds, and dedicated souls.


Access Consciousness offers pragmatic tools to change things in your life that you haven’t been able to change until now.

The aim of Access is to create a world of consciousness and oneness, where everything exists and nothing is judged. Are you ready to expand the level of choices and possibilities that are available to you?


Smart Tools. Brilliant Results.Tony Robbins has dedicated his life to creating and implementing strategies for the extraordinary quality of life desired by individuals and organizations throughout the world. As the recognized leader in personal and professional training, Tony Robbins creates and simplifies the tools and resources that transform customers’ lives.

For more than three decades, Tony Robbins has served as an advisor to leaders around the world. A recognized authority on the psychology of leadership, negotiations, organizational turnaround, and peak performance,


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