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Beyond Words Publishing

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Beyond Words Publishing

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Beyond Words Publishing

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Beyond Words Publishing

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  • Beyond the Biology of Belief

    Several years ago, Bruce Lipton wrote The Biology of Belief, a book that was considered a pioneering work in the field of Mind-Body medicine by no less than Deepak Chopra MD. Deepak Chopra has now teamed up with the one and only Oprah to run online meditation classes. I know Brice Lipton and his wife, Margaret well. They have a beach house in Karekare in Auckland, New Zealand (where I live). I fe...

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  • How Sudden Death, Tarot Cards, and Mediums Led Me to Quantum Physics—and Belief

    Here I am, six years old, playing with my friend Fay, and both of us are imagining Heaven. Fay decides that Heaven has mansions made out of gold brick. I say that Heaven has all the animals you want, and best of all, I’m not allergic to any of them. My mother wanders in and listens, and then shakes her head. “There’s no such thing as Heaven,” she says calmly. “God is a myth. All there is after you...

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  • The Pigment Genes: The Myth of Race

    Humans and their closest living relatives, apes like chimpanzees and bonobos, were separated from their common ancestor around six million years ago, and with this severance came the differentiation into many species of humans or apes. This common ancestor was covered with dark hair and had light skin underneath. Around four million years later, or two million years ago, Homo erectus migrated out ...

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  • Rev. Michael Beckwith: My Entry into the Spiritual Life

    Social activism and making a constructive difference in the world were focal points in the Los Angeles household of my childhood. My parents’ generosity of heart and community values were strong influences on me and my two brothers. Their example contributed to my involvement in anti-Vietnam protests during high school, boycotting businesses that paid unfair wages to people of color, and my member...

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  • Neurotransmitters and How to Use Them

    Our thoughts and how we Think have everything to do with our brains and, more specifically, our brain chemistry. How we Eat and Move directly impacts our brain chemistry as well, which is why eating well and moving daily are essential components for clarity, positivity, calmness, creativity, and happiness. The human brain, a three-pound organ that sits suspended in a fluid cushion inside the skull...

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  • How Neurochoice Builds the Neural Network of Meaning You Seek

    There is a concept in neuropsychology called Theory of Mind, which is considered to be one of the brain’s functions. We all have a theory about what is in the minds of other people. After years of knowing each other, we think we know what is in the mind of our parents, children, partners, or colleagues. We develop a theory based on past experience of what they like and don’t like and what they hav...

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  • Movement Maketh the Brain

    As Haruki Murakami writes, “I move, therefore I am”—no movement, no life. That’s not quite true if you ask a slumbering sloth. You should ask a sea squirt instead. These are fascinating creatures. The English neuroscientist Daniel Wolpert always uses the sea squirt as an example of why the brain evolved primarily for movement. About 70 percent of our planet is seawater, so it is only natural that...

  • The Food Genes: Eat Right For Your Gene Type

    Patients often ask me about food allergies or what they can (or cannot) eat to improve their skin. The reason our guts matter is because our digestive systems not only provide us with fuel to function, but they also shape our internal cellular environments. We’ve already discussed how the environment and genes are entwined. This may be even more pertinent when it comes to the digestive system beca...

  • Setting Up a Living, Sexy Kitchen

    The Dalai Lama once said, “Western women will change the world.” I believe him. Nicole Daedone, founder of One Taste, a cool organization that teaches people how to hold space for female sexuality, went on to elaborate on the Dalai Lama’s quote, stating that it will be “turned-on women that change the world.” I agree. I also think that when the women of the world realize that a part of their raw, ...

  • Cell-Level Healing: Medication

    Most of us, at some unexpected and unwelcome time, will require medication that we would rather not need to take. From a strong anti-inflammatory for plantar fasciitis to prednisone for bee stings to chemotherapy for cancer treatment, the arsenal of strong medicines developed by modern science can frighten the formerly healthy. The need for pharmaceutical drugs is particularly challenging for thos...

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  • Forgiving Family Members

    When we are talking about forgiveness and self-forgiveness, what we’re really talking about is making a small decision to do better. We’re saying, “I’m going to try to be conscious of this. I’m not going to do that anymore. I’m making a promise.” When someone accepts an apology, they’re accepting that promise, and they are saying that they have empathy about the behavior. This is especially import...

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  • Couch Potato Contemplation: Really Wanting to Be Happy

    Hunker down in your favorite chair, get comfortable on the couch, or settle into your BarcaLounger and put it all the way back, on “full Barca.” Let go of all the activities, plans, and anxieties of the day. They’ll all be there when you come back in a few minutes! Relax every part of your body from head to toe. Take a few deep breaths and bring your mind into the present moment. Spend a few minu...

  • The Happiness Factor

    We have been studying happiness and what makes people happy for many years now, through research and our work with clients and patients. Personal health is one of the greatest determinants to happiness, and we believe authentic happiness serves to create a beautiful life. Happy people aren’t just healthier, they live longer. If you were to ask the majority of people—from any culture, age, and soc...

  • Getting Happy

    I grew up in a religious household. My father and grandfather were both ordained Baptist ministers. Our meals and bedtimes were occasions for prayer, Mom led us in regular Bible study, and the family went to church all the time—three times a week, at least (Sunday morning’s traditional service, Sunday evening for “youth group,” and Wednesday evening for some longforgotten reason). And nobody was t...

  • Acceleration and Transformation

    A new time is upon us! Whoo-hoo!! If you’ve been paying attention, you’ve certainly noticed the volatility, dramatic ups and downs, sudden breakthroughs and life changes, and the widening gap between fear-based people and compassion-based people. Large segments of society are progressing steadily into chaos as old systems and ways of thinking fail to produce results. At the same time, other segmen...

  • Kindness and Compassion Daily Practices

    What if our practice for this day, or perhaps several days, was simply to lead with kindness, in the first words upon greeting someone, the expression on our faces, our body language, and, most significantly, the underlying attitude and intention in our hearts and minds? Give it a try. At the end of the day or days, reflect upon the experience. How were you feeling? How did others respond? What su...

  • Find an Activity You Love

    What do you like to do in your spare time when you’re not in school, spending time with your family, or hanging out with friends? Are you running from activity to activity because you have so many interests and are overcommitted? Maybe you’ve found the perfect balance between school, activities, and family time. Or are you still struggling to find your niche and plan your days? If your passions do...

  • Using a Psalm as a blessing

    Did you know that blessing is probably one of the oldest cultural expressions of human spiritual activity, dating back many thousands of years? One of the many things I love about blessing is that it is expressed in a great variety of forms. Take for instance Psalm 23, attributed to King David, which is one of the most universal and beautiful spiritual texts in history. Whatever a person’s religio...

  • A Blessing for Everyone

    May you have comfort on difficult days and smiles when sadness intrudes. May rainbows follow your clouds and laughter kiss your lips. May sunsets warm your heart and hugs when spirits sag. May beauty open up for your eyes to see. May friendships brighten your being and faith abound that you can believe. May confidence appear when you doubt and may you have the courage to know yourself, patience to...

  • I Bless This Day

    I bless this day in the fullness of good it already contains, in the many occasions it offers to listen deeply, to be of service to others, to express gratitude moment by moment and to keep my mind so filled with love, beauty and joy that no negativity can find even the tiniest crack in which to set foot. I bless this day in the infinite opportunities it gives me to love: to love and bless every ...

  • Questions for my Family: Conversation starters to bring your family closer this holiday

    All over the world families are gathering to celebrate the holidays over beautiful meals made with so much love and care. If your family is anything like mine, once everyone has shared their latest news (which pretty much everyone else already knows thanks to Facebook), the conversation starts to turn to the more mundane, losing the magic of the holiday moment. Keep the magic going with these qu...

  • Beyond Words 2016 Children’s Holiday Gift Guide

    Let this holiday be the year you give everyone on your list something that will surprise them and maybe even make a difference for them in 2017. Find something for them and explore the rest of our site to grab something for yourself while you’re at it.

  • 8 Ways Families Can Make a Difference at the Holidays (and All Year Long!)

    The holidays cause many of us to think harder about how we might help those in our communities who may be less fortunate than we are. This hits especially close to home for those of us who are parents, and we often want to find ways to include our children in our charitable endeavors. This can be a bit tricky, since many places have age restrictions on their volunteer positions. Fortunately, the...

  • Beyond Words 2016 Holiday Gift Guide

    Let this holiday be the year you give everyone on your list something that will surprise them and maybe even make a difference for them in 2017. Find something for them and explore the rest of our site to grab something for yourself while you’re at it.

  • Happy Thanksgiving from Beyond Words

    We give thanks for love. Love that encourages understanding. Understanding that leads to compassion. Compassion that inspires kindness. Kindness that changes the world. We give thanks for love.

Beyond Words Publishing

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  • DIY All Natural Autumn Air Fresheners

    You inhale the crisp scent of fall as you walk to your front door, loving the chill in the air and the promise of the new season. You are already daydreaming of pies baking in the oven, fresh pine trees, and crackling fires—anticipating their welcoming scents as you walk in the door. But then reality hits. Instead of a pleasant bouquet of the season, you are met with a perfume of sweaty football ...

  • Your Aromatherapy

    When people outside the spiritual realm hear about aromatherapy, many don’t realize that they already practice some of the key elements of aromatherapy in their day-to-day lives. Candles, incense, diffusers, and even perfume are all modern-day aromatherapies. A modern-day Soul Searcher does not need to smell frankincense and myrrh or have the thick smoke of incense billowing out of their home to q...

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  • The Healing Field (Special Expanded Edition) Official Trailer

    The Healing Field explores breakthroughs in the fields of energy medicine, quantum physics, DNA and genetics, and the biochemistry of emotions. We see how the old conventional healthcare models, that have relied on surgery and prescription drugs are being challenged by a wave of dramatic, non-invasive mind-body and energy-based healing techniques. While many of these techniques are centuries old,...

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  • Color Me Buddha Free Download

    Express your inner artist while finding your inner peace as you color the intricately lush and stunning drawings by artist Matthew Smith. His motifs bring to life mythic struggles of man versus beast that will rouse your creative muse. The exquisite details Matt weaves into each of his creations reels you back to a place of solemn contemplation with images of animal strength and feminine grace, be...

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  • Part & Parcel: A Yoga Documentary Satsung Trailer

    Part & Parcel is an intimate conversation with unorthodox characters who have dedicated their lives to the study and practice of Yoga in different forms--a personal glimpse into the essence of Yoga through their unique vision and our own journey looking for answers. Is it a religion, a fitness fad, a scientific discipline perhaps? Encounter a variety of Yoga customs from the practice of the most ...

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  • A Crash Course in Neuropsychology

    To understand how you can influence change through choice, some neuropsychological basics will be helpful. Even though we don’t see them in action, our conscious mental experience is facili - tated through tiny cells called neurons. Understanding how our neurons work enables us to enhance our experience in a variety of ways. Each neuron conducts an electrical charge called an action potential. Whe...

Beyond Words Publishing

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Beyond Words Publishing

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