Jan 112011
 

Ein Leitfaden zum nondualen Bewusstsein, der der Gesamtheit unseres Erlebens mit Frieden, Weisheit und Liebe begegnet – wirklich eine Praxis der Freiheit!

Ob es nun Erleuchtung, reine Präsenz oder bedingungsloses Gewahrsein genannt wird – es existiert ein Zustand wahrer Befreiung im Herzen jeder kontemplativen Tradition.

Peter Fenner zufolge muss diese Erfahrung grenzenlosen Bewusstseins nicht abgetrennt von unserem alltäglichen „bedingten“ Bewusstsein gemacht werden. Vielmehr können wir lernen, als einzigartige Individuen zu leben und gleichzeitig in der Weite der Einheit mit allem Sein zu ruhen – in einem Zustand, den er Radiant Mind, leuchtender, strahlender Geist nennt. Peter Fenner entwickelte den Radiant Mind Übungsweg als praktische Hilfe, die Hindernisse, denen Übende in unserer Kultur begegnen, zu durchbrechen. Vor seinem Hintergrund aus östlicher Spiritualität und westlicher Psychologie präsentiert Fenner eine präzise, Schritt-für-Schritt-Anleitung zur nondualen Praxis.

Ein klarer Leitfaden für ein Leben „durchflutet von Segen“. Ein überaus alltagstaugliches Buch mit sich an jedes Kapitel anschließenden praktischen Übungen, welches uns direkt aus unseren Konditionierungen hinaus in die Freiheit unserer wahren Natur führt. (Aurum)

Peter Fenner: Reines Gewahrsein – Radiant Mind

Ein praktischer Weg zum Erwachen

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Sep 102010
 

Virus of the Mind is the first popular book devoted to the science of memetics, a controversial new field that transcends psychology, biology, anthropology, and cognitive science. Memetics is the science of memes, the invisible but very real DNA of human society.

In Virus of the Mind, Richard Brodie carefully builds on the work of scientists Richard Dawkins, Douglas Hofstadter, Daniel Dennett, and others who have become fascinated with memes and their potential impact on our lives. But Richard goes beyond science and dives into the meat of the issue: is the emergence of this new science going to have an impact on our lives like the emergence of atomic physics did in the Cold War? He would say the impact will be at least as great. While atomic bombs affect everybody’s life, viruses of the mind touch lives in a more personal and more pernicious way.

Mind viruses have already infected governments, educational systems, and inner cities, leading to some of the most pervasive and troublesome problems of society today: youth gangs, the welfare cycle, the deterioration of the public schools, and ever growing government bureaucracy.

Viruses of the mind are not a future worry: they are here with us now and are evolving to become better and better at their job of infecting us. The recent explosion of mass media and the information superhighway has made the earth a prime breeding ground for viruses of the mind. Will there be a mental plague? Will only some of us survive with our free will intact? Richard Brodie weaves together science, ethics, and current events as he raises these and other very disturbing questions about memes. (HayHouse)

Richard Brodie: Virus of the Mind

The revolutionary new science of the meme and how it can help you

 


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Jun 012010
 

Daniel H. Pink is the author of the long-running New York Times and BusinessWeek bestseller  A Whole New Mind, as well as The Adventures of Johnny Bunko and Free Agent Nation.

He has written for The New York Times, Harvard Business Review, Fast Company, and Wired, where he is a contributing editor. He has provided analysis of business trends for CNN, CNBC, ABC, NPR, and other networks in the U.S. and abroad. He lectures to corporations, associations, and universities around the world on economic transformation and the new workplace.“ (AtGoogleTalks)


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Dr. Wayne Dyer and Dr. Bruce Lipton have a discussion about The Biology Of Belief on the Hay House Radio Stage at the I Can Do It! Las Vegas. (HayHouse)

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