Dare to go down the rabbit hole....
The first time I saw Dr. Emoto was in the feature film, “WHAT THE BLEEP DO WE KNOW” a must watch!
Gregg Braden explains how the energy field of human emotions can manifest "miracles", whether it is healing or creating peace, when you apply conscious positive focus on what you want.
As an example he talks about a woman who had a 3" diamater bladder cancer who, by western medical standards, had been diagnosed as inoperable. She went, as a last resort, to a medicine-less hospital in Beijing, where they began simply by addressing the life-affirming ways that she could change how she was living her life, they taught her life-affirming ways to breathe and life-affirming ways to nourish her body, gentle movements to stimulate the energy centres in her body. She then underwent a procedure to remove it. Using a split-screen ultrasound monitor, the first showing a freeze-frame of her tumour, and the second showing real-time activity, three practitioners used energy work to facilitate the healing, which showed the tumour disappear within three minutes.
Source: this is an excerpt from "Gregg Braden - The Science Of Miracles: The Quantum Language of Healing, Peace & Miracles".
This video for her song "Try" talks about Looking at yourself as you are and just LIKE YOU, that simple. Watch their wonderful transformation and experience what real beauty looks like.
I think the end is the most beautiful.
This Funny video has some profound truth.
I find his comedic style funny but most important is his message.
It’s of the comedian Louis C.K. in one of his appearances on the Conan O’Brian Show.
Viewers Discretion Advised *Strong Language
A great way to be in your life.
An inspiring video captures one persons way with the world.
Forget that it's a commercial and Enjoy!
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Below her announcement, Gwyneth had doctors Dr. Habib Sadeghi (whom she's tapped for numerous Goop newsletters) and his wife, Dr. Sherry Sami, explain the Conscious Uncoupling concept at length.
Psychotherapist Katherine Woodward Thomas, who created the concept, “conscious uncoupling,” used by Gwyneth Paltrow in announcing the end of her marriage to Chris Martin, joins TODAY to explain the phrase.
The video from Darling Magazine, director Nathanael T. Presley asks himself that very question. His answer has three parts.
"I choose people," he says, "for the ability to grieve, to comfort, to hold, to say, 'I love you' when I'm young and still mean it when I'm old."