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Buddhi Lyn

The famous mystic spiritualist G. I. Gurdjieff once noted, “He who has freed himself of the disease of ‘tomorrow’ has a chance to attain what he came here for.” Lyn Kehoe picks up on this theme in her latest article on teaching yoga, which challenges all instructors to move beyond functional yoga and the illusion of perfection. 65 more words

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So You Want To Go On A Course?

By Sara Harrup

Learning has changed. Ten years ago if you wanted to learn something new you went to university, a private college or TAFE, or booked yourself into a short course. 787 more words

Personal Development

Summer treasures

Where did the summer go? The kids are back in school, and the souvenirs that the kids just HAD to have when they were on vacations may already be forgotten. 333 more words

The Big Life

We are all a walking warehouse of seed.

We have a choice.

Which seeds will we plant today?

Seeds of love?
Seeds of bitterness?
Seeds of laughter? 117 more words


Leadership Minute: Don’t Be a Hater

Throughout life people will make you mad, disrespect you and treat you bad. Let God deal with the things they do, cause hate in your heart will consume you too. 163 more words

What would the Dalai Lama do?

One of the coaching tools I use and have used with others is to build a group of advisors who can help us make decisions about what we should do next. 180 more words

Personal Development

Why Do We Want To Learn As We Age?

I wish I loved learning when I was younger as much as I do now. Our thirst for knowledge has become insatiable and quickly satisfied with the advent of the internet, however with busier lives and on-demand requests who has time to scour the internet to educate ourselves with (what we hope is) accurate information? 28 more words

Personal Development