When you find yourself in the middle of something that makes you happy, and things that feel wholesome and nourishing to you, that can be greatest time to deeply notice your feeling.When you come upon this emotion, tread with it caringly. Know that just as hard moments in life are never permanent, this sweet feeling also passes. But know it, while it is there. Because it is there for you to knowIt is among the most beautiful weather your body can see. 

When you find yourself in the middle of something that makes you happy, and things that feel wholesome and nourishing to you, that can be greatest time to deeply notice your feeling.

When you come upon this emotion, tread with it caringly. Know that just as hard moments in life are never permanent, this sweet feeling also passes. But know it, while it is there. Because it is there for you to know

It is among the most beautiful weather your body can see. 

"We are all locked into a fixed geometry in this life.We are living in a conditioning environment, even ifthere is an illusion of separateness, we are not separated.
We are deeply connected to each other.” 
"The point is: are you awake? Being awake is not going up into the Himalayas and doing mantras for 35 years,and it isn’t about waiting for some kind of light to shine – it isn’t for the masters word. It is simply following your nature - being yourself.”

"We are all locked into a fixed geometry in this life.
We are living in a conditioning environment, even if
there is an illusion of separateness, we are not separated.

We are deeply connected to each other.”
 

"The point is: are you awake? Being awake is not going up into the Himalayas and doing mantras for 35 years,
and it isn’t about waiting for some kind of light to shine – it isn’t for the masters word.

It is simply following your nature - being yourself.”

 

'The defining factor is never resources, it is resourcefulness'

An absolutely stellar presetation by Tony Robbins, author and motivational speaker about the invisible forces that motivate human beings into action, and the obstacles to action. ‘Why we do what we do, and how we can do it better’. Great talk, highly recommended, 9/10

Watch this one for SURE! Definitely worth your viewing time :)

"We lie to our kids, and then we expect them to be honest. 

This journey tries to relate Fresco’s observations to the theorems of Nobal laureate Konrad Lorenz who, together with Nikolaas Tinbergen, is considered the pioneer of modern ethology. It ends with excerpts from another great work of observation. Two years before his death in 1996, Carl Sagan laid out a choice for humanity in “The Pale Blue Dot - A Vision of Human Future in Space”. Check it out.

This is part two of a series composed of excerpts from a lecture Jacque Fresco gave in Graz, Austria. Thank you again, Leo da Silva, for organizing this event.”