Meditation examined on brain pickings: Sam Harris on the Paradox of Meditation and How to Stretch Our Capacity for Everyday Self-Transcendence | Brain Pickings

Even if you do not read the book or practice meditation,  take a look at this article as it stresses the importance of changing your outlook on the world to make for a better inward experience. If this strikes your interest then take a look at an app on your smartphone called *CALM* which isContinue reading “Meditation examined on brain pickings: Sam Harris on the Paradox of Meditation and How to Stretch Our Capacity for Everyday Self-Transcendence | Brain Pickings”

Where to learn anything for free Creative Live

So this website here is astounding as a resource for learning. Headline is slightly misleading as yes it is free the first time with a paid option after. Here’s how it is, basically any topic you desire to learn about, they have people like in TED talks talking to you, but here the topics areContinue reading “Where to learn anything for free Creative Live”

Article on how Netflix Plans to Break Into China Market Without Local Partners – Hollywood Reporter

Interesting future for Netflix as they have also been battling for Europe, exciting to think what kind of new shows this could bring to the stage. http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/netflix-plans-break-china-market-778821

Intro to TED talks: Haas&Hahn: How painting can transform communities

TED talks are basically people who are the best or highly valued in their field of study,  teaching the rest of us what they know based on research and experience. I can’t emphasize enough what an amazing resource this is for anyone who wants to learn about nearly anything. Haas&Hahn: How painting can transform communitiesContinue reading “Intro to TED talks: Haas&Hahn: How painting can transform communities”

Buddhist Economics: How to Stop Prioritizing Products Over People and Consumption Over Creativity | Brain Pickings

Amazing look at consumption compared to quality living. http://www.brainpickings.org/2014/07/07/buddhist-economics-schumacher/?utm_content=buffer9192a&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

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