Posts Tagged ‘time’
A few nice spiritual meditation images I found:
Image by Eddi van W.
for the textures only competition:
original image by beggs:
textures by paree:
flame of desire
Image by Eddi van W.
This is for paree and alice
and for the textures only competition:
original image here:
Philadelphia , PA (PRWEB) June 13, 2012
People find it more important to enjoy life than to live healthy. The belief is that the issue about good health can be solved later on. On the contrary, caring for ones health should start as early as possible in order to maximize its benefits. While this may appear like a tedious task, there are now online services that are focused on helping people stay healthy.
My Age Control (MAC) has created the Lifestyle Club, a community of people who want to become healthier and to enjoy life to the fullest. It helps people live healthy and fulfilling lives simultaneously. It offers various perks to achieve these goals. Understanding that people often think that health-related activities are difficult and boring, the Lifestyle Club was formed to allow people to keep tabs on their health alongside others, thus making it easier and more fun.
One just needs to sign up at the Lifestyle Club website to be able to join video conferences through web broadcast with invited doctors and specialists like nutritionists and chiropractor.
Lifestyle Club members can also access the online forum to get advice from experts. Members can also get updated articles and videos on fitness and healthy living.
Members can perform group exercises such as yoga through web broadcast and have an access to all the materials in the comforts of their living room.
Apart from these privileges, Lifestyle Club members are entitled to several benefits such as getting special discount with unlimited access to MAC fitness level tests and recommendations and additional discounts on downloading or online viewing of video materials.
Lifestyle Club members also get additional discount on fitness level tests, recommendations, and downloading or online viewing of video materials. In the alternative, members can avail rebates on the amount spent by every new referral on these products.
Members get permanent discounts on membership renewals plus access to special offers on products sold in the online store.
With these tools and perks, Lifestyle Club ensures that caring for ones health does not have to be a lonesome activity. People ought to be proactive when it comes to their health and this can be easily achieved with the help of a community like the Lifestyle Club.
Lifestyle Club is a membership club run and operated by Life Provision LLC, a Pennsylvania-based company that caters primarily to the practical adaptation of scientific advancements in biology and medicine. It offers products and services related to sports medicine, health improvement and preventive health care, among others.
Visit the Lifestyle Clubs website at http://www.myagecontrol.com to get more details. Customers can also call (888) 791 4870 to get in touch with a Lifestyle Club customer representative.
Dancing in the Meadows Celtic music, another new age music video from Jason Ward. Welcome to the first of my traditional Celtic style new age pieces. I have a ton of influences which helped me to blend just the right instruments and timing to produce what I hope will be a memorable Celtic piece. Influences like Riverdance, Enya, James Horner, So many classic Celtic CDs, and the beauty of the movies like “Titanic” and “The Lord of the Rings” helped me understand the structure of Celtic music and hone in on composing it properly with my usual new age twist. Be sure to watch and listen in 720p HD mode! Visit my website: www.ward-studios.com ~ Preview demos of all my albums ~ Read about and purchase my albums ~ Sign the guestbook! This Music is featured on my CD “Dancing in the Meadows” To preview all 10 songs on the CD and / or to read more about the album please follow the link below: www.jason-ward.com Original Music, Photography, Video, and Computer Graphics (if applicable) by Jason Ward. Indie / Independent Musician. Si prega di godersi l’ascolto di questa musica new age. E ‘molto rilassante.
Question by Thomas Alva Eddison: Are you smarter than the old Albert , do you watch National Geographic channel or Discovery chanel any time ?
I cannot imagine a God who rewards and punishes the objects of his creation, whose purposes are modeled after our own — a God, in short, who is but a reflection of human frailty. Neither can I believe that the individual survives the death of his body, although feeble souls harbor such thoughts through fear or ridiculous egotisms.”
“The religion of the future will be a cosmic religion. The religion which based on experience, which refuses dogmatic. If there’s any religion that would cope the scientific needs it will be Buddhism.”
“It was, of course, a lie what you read about my religious convictions, a lie which is being systematically repeated. I do not believe in a personal God and I have never denied this but have expressed it clearly. If something is in me which can be called religious then it is the unbounded admiration for the structure of the world so far as our science can reveal it.” – Albert Einstein
Do you think bible and Quran were written by GOD power ?
Answer by Opera
I guess we’ll all find out eventually when we die…nuff said
Oh, and by the way, yes. I am smarter than Albert…
Add your own answer in the comments!
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 19, 2011
Life in the 21st century moves at break-neck speed. Yet despite our slavish dependency on instant coffee, express buses, ATMs, and 140 character tweets, we?re all strapped for time and desperately wish for more hours in the day. What if someone had a solution for how busy and stressed out we?ve all become?
Now in BUDDHA STANDARD TIME: Awakening to the Infinite Possibilities of Now (HarperOne; June 2011; hardcover; $ 25.99), Lama Surya Das, national bestselling author and one of the foremost Western Buddhist teachers, offers an alternative to the ceaseless hustle and bustle of modern American life.
The problem begins, Surya Das says, with our relationship to time?we experience it linearly by moving forward doing and accomplishing things. But we are human beings not human doings, and the thinner we spread ourselves the more disconnected we become. That leaves us vulnerable to high blood pressure, heart attacks, stroke, insomnia, digestive ailments, and depression. We must eschew the notion that stress will melt away if only we could adapt to the frenetic pace of life. Instead the aim is to experience the Eternal Now, or what Surya Das calls ?Buddha Standard Time?? the realm of timelessness where every choice, every action, and every breath can be one of renewal and infinite possibilities.
With ?Mindful Moments? exercises and ?Time Out? meditations, Surya Das equips readers with tools to cure the ?disease to please,? kick addictions, reconnect with nature, and gracefully embrace loss, sickness, and death. When we incorporate Buddha Standard Time, stress melts away, and we find greater focus, fulfillment, creativity and even wisdom. Buddhists and non-Buddhists alike will find inner peace and live more sanely and joyously by realizing we have all the time in the world.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Lama Surya Das is the national bestselling author of Awakening the Buddha Within and Buddha Is As Buddha Does. A renowned Western Buddhist meditation teacher and scholar, he teaches and lectures around the world, conducting dozens of meditation retreats and workshops each year. Based on his relationship with His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Surya Das founded the Western Buddhist Teachers Network and has organized three week-long conferences of Western Buddhist Meditation Teachers with the Dalai Lama in Dharamsala, India. He also teaches regularly at Esalen, Open Center, Omega Institute, Interface, at universities in the United States and abroad.
Praise for Buddha Standard Time:
?This book is Lama Surya Das in his most tone-perfect Western guru voice: authoritative, inviting, generous, funny, poetic, imaginative and informative and totally accessible. For newcomers to Buddhism (and non-Buddhists interested in universal wisdom!) and ?old hands? at practice, this is a delightful read. It promises nothing less than a liberated life, freed from the angst over the tyranny of time, though the practice of loving presence. The ?To Do? sections are remarkable interesting and inspiring.?