There is another kind of film altogether. I call it "Translucent," because it allows light to shine through. There is the rare kind of cinema which shifts us into a more expansive state of consciousness.
If we grade ourselves based on whether we got everything on our list accomplished, we're going to feel like we're failing because...drum roll please... The list never ends!
Thousands of American millennials will graduate from college this month. I am one of them. Many of my peers have secured jobs for themselves. I have not. As millennials begin to explore new opportunities, some important lessons come to mind.
6. Sleep On It - Take time out and relax! I am a huge advocate on Arianna Huffington's Sleep Revolution. In her latest book
We all need help maintaining our personal spiritual practice. We hope that these Daily Meditations, prayers and mindful awareness
HuffPost’s GPS for the Soul app is based on two truths about human beings. First: We all have a centered place of wisdom
Suza Scalora speaks with Tolle about how our negative thought patterns often dominate our minds--on a personal and collective level--and how we can prevent these patterns from manifesting negative situations in our daily lives.
If you get stuck in the personality of your partner, you will be stuck on the superficial level. There is a depth in your partner, and yourself beyond superficial appearances.
The most important life lesson is the realization of who we are in our essence -- beyond the person, beyond our form, beyond our story. The mastery of life is to live in the two dimensions -- form and essence -- simultaneously.
In this video, Eckhart Tolle explains how enjoying or accepting the present moment is more important than the expectations
Eckhart Tolle on Meditation In this video, Eckhart talks about how our minds may have ideas about the ideal environment
In this video, Eckhart Tolle and physical chemist Lothar Schäfer discuss that no one can act beyond their level of consciousness, including our parents.
In this video, Eckhart Tolle explains that when we relate to others from the level of form, our ego goes into comparison mode by evaluating our physical appearance, wealth, education, knowledge, and power, in relation to the other person.