Deepak Chopra MD: The Internet has taken up the slack from print media by offering tips on love and relationships, which pop up on home pages, in tweets and in news teasers many times a day.
by Dennis Merritt Jones: “Our life is shaped by our mind; we become what we think. Suffering follows an evil thought as the wheels of a cart follow the oxen that draw it … Joy follows a pure thought like a shadow that never leaves.” — The Dhammapada
by Ed & Deb Shapiro: What is a guru? We hear the word used to describe anyone who is the best in their field, whatever that may be, such as business, the media or the Internet, but in the Eastern tradition a guru is a spiritual guide
by Dr. Valerie V. Hunt: The human energy field both permeates the entire body and radiates to the outside, inches to feet beyond the body’s surface.
David Deida: I finally got the message in his book “The Way of the Superior Man” and let it sink deep in.
by Deborah Schoeberlein: In education, we always try to emphasize the positive and encourage best practices; after all, promoting something good is more palatable and typically more effective than discouraging something bad.
Hosts Ed & Deb Shapiro: The Experts: 32 world leaders in meditation and mindfulness are here to inspire and guide you.
by Marianne Williamson: Although the world we see with our physical senses is often one of struggle, scarcity, unfair competition and fear, bestselling author Marianne Williamson explained the universe is truly made up of love and miracles
by Ed and Deb Shapiro: Your heart is more than your body’s most important organ—it’s also the essence of your spiritual and emotional being.
by Eckhart Tolle: Most ancient religions and spiritual traditions share the common insight – that our “normal” state of mind is marred by a fundamental defect. However, out of this insight into the nature of the human condition