Want to live more consciously? Wonder what that even means? Here are 4 posts by Deepak Chopra that talk about “skills in consciousness.”
[Skills in consciousness] are skills that anyone can learn – and benefit from – even though people casually use “consciousness” and “awareness” in a fuzzy way. Being aware isn’t passive.
The Conscious Lifestyle: Awareness Skills:
A new study by the World Bank, Transport For Health: The global burden of disease from motorized road transport (PDF Here) looks at the human cost of our love for the car and it is beyond shocking. 1.5 million killed every year, more than die from HIV, tuberculosis or malaria.
It’s time for a bigger recall of a seriously defective product: The Car.
The book Technobiophilia: Nature and Cyberspace questions the either or approach we tend to have towards cyber-technology and nature. Do we have to live without technology to live a healthy and wholesome life? Do we have to cut out nature if our gadgets determine a large part of our lives?
Technobiophilia: nature and cyberspace | Sue Thomas.
So screw the little things. Here are 10 big, difficult, world-changing concepts we can get behind:
These hard things have to do with: Nuclear weapons, diet, women, poverty, transparency, green cities among others.
via Worldchanging: Bright Green: Earth Day: 10 Big, Really Hard Things We Can Do to Save the Planet.
A simple life has a different meaning and a different value for every person. For me, it means eliminating all but the essential, eschewing chaos for peace, and spending your time doing what’s important to you.
From: Simple Living Manifesto: 72 Ideas to Simplify Your Life
Genetics research suggests we have much more influence over our fate than we thought:
The new model, however, portrays a more fluid, dynamic genome that responds quickly, even instantly, to all that we experience, including how you think, feel, speak, and act. Every day brings new evidence that the mind-body connection reaches right down to the activities of our genes. How this activity changes in response to our life experiences is referred to as “epigenetics”. Regardless of the nature of the genes we inherit from our parents, dynamic change at this level allows us almost unlimited influence on our fate.
Found on LinkedIn: Big Idea 2014: You Will Transform Your Own Biology (co-authored by Deepak Chopra and Rudolph E. Tanzi, Ph.D.)