Stop Shopping Delusions

Stop Shopping Delusions

Consumer Psychologists spend a lot of time following people around stores, both online and off. It is not what they buy that interests them. It is the why behind the what people buy that they are interested in. Not only do consumer psychologists find an incredible assortment of products in people’s closets, they find products that have never been worn before, and never will be worn. It is an amazing phenomenon that is shared by people...

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Meditation + Game Theory

Meditation + Game Theory

I was in the Pentagon last week where I had the fortune of being introduced to one of the people working on game theory for them. His primary interest was mathematics. Upon graduating, he joined the government to help them extrapolate the probability of various events taking place around the globe. In short, it was his job to determine how best to develop and allocate our resources in the most efficient way possible for the future. While game...

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Be Your Meditation Master

Be Your Meditation Master

Meditation is not something one can teach. One can only share their practice with your. It is for you to take what resonates with your life, to layer it with the teachings of others, to question what you do not understand, and to develop a practice that works for you, in your world. Meditation is a practice you develop over time. It is not a one-time program that you learn from just one teacher in one sit. It evolves. It grows. It becomes a...

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Zen For Busy People – A Free Workshop

Zen For Busy People – A Free Workshop

With 2016 off and running. why not start on the right path with our Meditation4All program? We are arranging a number of free workshops for 2016, and the first one is coming up quickly. On February 22nd, we are hosting a workshop at the Mulberry Branch of the New York Public Library. It is called Zen For Busy People. As a part of our Meditation4All program it is free to everyone. So take a look on our calendar at the Simple-Truth website for...

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Smile on This Humpday

Smile on This Humpday

9 Tumors, 7 weeks of radiation, and a half dozen seizures later, and I still don’t have a clue of what will happen next in my life. But you know what? It’s okay. Because I don’t look at any of those events as an end-all. In fact, every time I have walked into physical therapy to overcome the deficits I acquired from a recent procedure, I look around and seen people who are much worse off than myself. At the end of the day, I...

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Rest, Renew, Meditate on 2016

Rest, Renew, Meditate on 2016

If you are like me, you have a natural need for activity. The moment I feel as if nothing is getting accomplished, I begin to look for things to do. It is shy I could never take on the corporate life, where downtime was celebrated and people looked forward to vacation days more than anything. Me? I dreaded them.  It is why I got out of the corporate world as quickly as I could and drove myself through producing documentaries and building...

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