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Affluence is the experience in which our needs are easily met and our desires spontaneously fulfilled, says one of our kindest authorities on living in harmony with the universe. We can create this experience not through effort or struggle but through simply becoming aware of the intelligence that is everywhere
Outside of religious orders, who are the people that choose to practice celibacy and why? Approaching celibacy as a practical discipline for those on a spiritual search,
The Celibate Seeker surveys a number of ordinary men and women to discover the benefits they derive and their advice to others. Discover how celibacy affects intuition and energy, how it reveals the habits of our mind, and is a natural state for anyone involved in intense effort. Hear from those currently practicing, former practitioners, and those who have struggled mightily with what Gandhi called – the highest goal.
Recent innovations, including deep brain stimulation and new medications, have significantly improved the lives of people with Parkinson’s disease. Nevertheless, medical, emotional, and physical challenges remain. The second edition of this accessible and comprehensive guide provides crucial information for managing this complex condition, including details on the use of medications, diet, exercise, complementary therapies, and surgery.
The second edition includes new information about:
• The genetic and hereditary pattern of the disease
• Medications and uses of established medications
• Other approaches to treating the symptoms of Parkinson’s
• Juvenile-onset Parkinson’s disease
• Normal pressure hydrocephalus
• The effects of fluctuating hormones on disease symptoms
• Fetal cell transplants and porcine cell transplants
• The nutritional supplement Co-Enzyme Q10
Each day we deal with the challenges of ordinary life: a series of mundane experiences that could be summarized by the title of this book, Work, Sex, Money. We all hope that these aspects of our life will be a source of fulfillment and pleasure, and they often are. Yet they are also always sources of problems for which we seek practical advice and solutions. The best prescription, according to Chögyam Trungpa, is a dose of reality and also a dose of respect for ourselves and our world. His profound teachings on work, sex, and money celebrate the sacredness of life and our ability to cope with its twists and turns with dignity, humor, and even joy.
He begins by breaking down the barrier between the spiritual and the mundane, showing that work, sex, and money are just as much a part of our spiritual life as they are a part of our everyday existence. He then discusses these subjects in relation to ego and self-image, karma, mindfulness, and meditation. “Work” includes general principles of mindfulness and awareness in how we conduct everyday life as well as discussion of ethics in business and the workplace. “Sex” is about relationships and communication as a whole. “Money” looks at how we view the economics of livelihood and money as “green energy” that affects our lives. The result is an inclusive vision of life, one that encompasses the biggest issues and the smallest details of every day.
There are, in fact, few definitive answers in these pages. There is, however, authentic wisdom providing us with tools we need to work with the toughest stuff in our lives.
Providing a vital economic incentive for much of society’s music, art, and literature, copyright is widely considered “the engine of free expression”–but it is also used to stifle news reporting, political commentary, historical scholarship, and even artistic expression. In Copyright’s Paradox, Neil Weinstock Netanel explores the tensions between copyright law and free speech, revealing the unacceptable burdens on expression that copyright can impose. Tracing the conflict across both traditional and digital media, Netanel examines the remix and copying culture at the heart of current controversies related to the Google Book Search litigation, YouTube and MySpace, hip-hop music, and digital sampling. The author juxtaposes the dramatic expansion of copyright holders’ proprietary control against the individual’s newly found ability to digitally cut, paste, edit, remix, and distribute sound recordings, movies, TV programs, graphics, and texts the world over. He tests whether, in light of these and other developments, copyright still serves as a vital engine of free expression and assesses how copyright does–and does not–burden free speech. Taking First Amendment values as his lodestar, Netanel offers a crucial, timely call to redefine the limits of copyright so it can most effectively promote robust debate and expressive diversity–and he presents a definitive blueprint for how this can be accomplished.
Existe un arte de escuchar. Para escuchar de veras, habría que abandonar o rechazar todos los prejuicios, concepciones previas y formas cotidianas de vivir. Cuando os halláis en un estado mental receptivo, las cosas pueden comprenderse con facilidad; cuando vuestra verdadera atención está puesta en algo, escucháis. Pero desgraciadamente, la mayoría de nosotros escucha a [...]
La mayoría de la gente, no sabe estar sola consigo misma. Esta habituada a estar siempre al lado de alguien, con la familia, con los amigos, con los compañeros de trabajo, con gente más o menos desconocida en los transportes públicos, en los estadios, en el bar o en la calle, … Hay gente que [...]
“La vida es aquello que te va sucediendo mientras tú te empeñas en hacer otros planes.” John Lennon Hay gente que se pasa la vida recordando las cosas que le han pasado a lo largo de su vida, aquello que pudo hacer y no llego a realizar, lo mal que lo paso en aquel [...]