Here’s an inspirational video with 48 life lessons from the free ebook “How To Create Your Future,” which includes training from 16 world-class authors and teachers on topics such as setting goals, manifesting money, creating a magnetic personality, increasing your brain power, and simply being happy, no matter what.
In February and March 1974, Philip K. Dick experienced a series of visions of an information-rich “pink light” beam that transmitted directly into his consciousness. A year after the events Dick summarized the experiences that would pervade his writing for the final eight years of his life:
“March 16, 1974: It appeared – in vivid fire, with shining colors and balanced patterns – and released me from every thrall, inner and outer.”
“March 18, 1974: It, from inside me, looked out and saw the world did not compute, that I – and it – had been lied to. It denied the reality, and power, and authenticity of the world, saying, This cannot exist; it cannot exist.”
“March 20, 1974: It seized me entirely, lifting me from the limitations of the space-time matrix; it mastered me as, at the same time, I knew that the world around me was cardboard, a fake. Through its power of perception I saw what really existed, and through its power of no-thought decision, I acted to free myself. It took on in battle, as a champion of all human spirits in thrall, every evil, every Iron Imprisoning thing.”
In this episode of Subculture Club we meet a few Freegans in New York City and learn about their strategies for practical living. We explore why they take limited participation in the conventional economy and minimal consumption of resources. According to them: “Freeganism is creative living outside of capitalism. Free from the oppression of the wage slave economy, and free in that you’re not paying for things, not participating in a moneyed economy.”
Enjoy this free Trilogy of profound and thought provoking documentaries about Science and Spirituality. These films are a gift to you and your mind.
Beyond Me is a film about how we tend to get stuck in patterns of behavior and how to break free from them.
Beyond Belief is about belief systems in the west and questions their pedigree.
Beyond Reason has just been released (2013) and is about how our minds are limited by what we perceive through our five senses.
Learn more about these films at http://www.beyondmefilm.com/
We often hear it, but how true is the phrase ‘Money can’t buy happiness’? Is there a correlation between the two, and if so, what can we learn from it? It turns out, if you think money and happiness are exclusive, you simply aren’t spending it right.
This old classic from 1997 is a ground breaking film about consumerism, materialism, commercialism and the antidotes. Affluenza diagnoses a serious social disease – caused by consumerism, commercialism and rampant materialism – that is having a devastating impact on our families, communities, and the environment.
“Music and the Psychedelic Mind” is a 20-minute documentary that explores the relationship between music and psychedelic drugs. It includes an interview with Charles Grob, M.D., professor of psychiatry and pediatrics at the Harbor UCLA School of Medicine, about his study using psilocybin and music to treat advanced cancer patients who had “overwhelming anxiety.”
Learn more here: Magic Mushrooms versus the Fear of Death
Who are you really? An amazing lecture given by Alan Watts a British philosopher, writer, and speaker. He wrote more than 25 books and numerous articles on subjects such as personal identity, the true nature of reality, higher consciousness, meaning of life.
In Laredo, Texas, 1964, a radio repairman made an astonishing discovery about the human mind. Could this discovery hold the key to your personal evolution?
Eckhart Tolle is the author of the massive best-seller The Power of Now. In this interview he describes his fascinating journey towards inner peace.
One night in 1977, at the age of 29, after having suffered from long periods of suicidal depression, Tolle says he experienced an inner transformation. That night he awakened from his sleep, suffering from feelings of depression that were almost unbearable, but then experienced a life-changing epiphany.
Daniel Suelo lives in caves in the canyonlands of Utah. He survives by harvesting wild foods and eating roadkill. He has no job, no bank account and does not accept government welfare. In fact, Suelo has no money at all.
Mark Sundeen, author of The Man Who Quit Money, admits many people would regard Suelo’s alternative lifestyle as bizarre. But the 2008 financial crash has led many to question the value of money. He explains some of the lessons found in Suelo’s philosophy.
Burgess Hill was a progressive boarding school in Hertfordshire, England in the 1960s. In this one-of-a-kind British boarding school nothing was forbidden and students were “allowed to find out for themselves whether conventions are good or bad.” In other words, plenty of cigarette smoking, mod styles, R&B dancing, abstract painting, and motorbike races.