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Richard J Miller
Richard is the host of Never Not Here
One thing that has happened to me because of NNH is that I have become quite good at capturing video on the move. I have fit my "portable TV studio" into 2 suitcases, and I can live-web-cast as easy as record. That keeps my ears open for travel opportunities.
We have called it "NeverNotHere~Consciousness 'Downunder' " to be conducted as one National Australian Mind-Set. We are proposing such an adventure in Australia in early 2012, and you are invited to participate in any of a number of ways.
1st:~ We plan to video multiple encounters with those people who present new thoughts in philosophy, in spirituality, healing, non-duality, yoga, developed intuition, para-normal communication, and other spiritual sciences. What is it that makes a radical and clear difference in the lives of those people who involve themselves with it?
2nd:~ We want to know about and publicize people, teachings and practices that may be not well known outside of their own circle of friends. Who do you know who does this, how can you help us organize, what should be our path of least resistance to encounter these people within a smooth flow?
Both business, government and even our monitory systems are in the habit of accounting for income and expenses at different times than they are actually received or expended. In the context of trust and public responsibility this practice could be useful and give flexibility in times of stress. But apparently leveraging and postponing can get way out of hand, and trust and responsibility can get so eroded that the whole economic/governmental structure becomes extremely unstable. Now it seems that this mistrust and malfeasance could conceivably plunge the whole world into a liquidity crisis and mega depression.
If we stay away from blaming and extreme positioning, and take a calm look at the trends, I believe that almost everyone has to admit that much of our believed in economic theory does not work for its intended purpose. Isn't the sharing of that realization the only way we are going to gather the 99%? Let's face it, even if we get 22% or 11% we will have a huge voice, and all these injustices that I think are surely evidence of broken institutions and flawed theories will be forced onto the platform in 2012.
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2 More Samples of TV Ready Episodes
Canela Michelle Meyers
Brooks Palmer on Clutter
Check this out, it's so brilliant and so simple. I think that it is more effective than just plain micro-lending. More effective than revolution, arming the rebels, probably costs one/thousandth of the war on terror, and might actually work.
As I said below, I have enjoyed reading Paul Lowe, and I am thinking that for now he is not doing any filmed talks, so doubtful that I could get him on. You can get emails from him on a wide variety of subjects through his web site, but nothing as direct as his books, this one "In Each Moment" from 12 years ago.
He suggested reading that earlier passage out loud, and I enjoyed what came of it, even though it was not that easy for me to read coherently, and my voice was even distorted. But so what, it is just my disguise. Now I tried again with an even longer passage, still not that easy for me to read, but I hope some of you will enjoy it. I used a different image just to keep them separate. The video part is just a branding of Paul and probably not necessary to watch. I really don't have the habit of presenting straight audios, so Youtube it is. If I stumble too much you will have to find the book, which I recommend anyway.
In these two chapters he addresses directly the "true self". In a way, the true self perks up its head and listens. It is kind of a simple technique, but a miracle when that happens.
A chapter called "When the Spirit Takes Over". I crossed paths with Paul Lowe more than 25 years ago, but never really got close to what he was doing. Lately I have been reading his books from the 90's, and I find them quite helpful and clear. This reading he suggests listening to with closed eyes (or eyes at "half mast"), so I will read it for you. www.PaulLowe.org
Sperry Andrews introduced me to Zeitgeist almost 2 years ago. I listened to the director Peter Joseph speak about many obvious and not so obvious defects in our society, which I had appreciated. I left it because somehow the tone to me was too personalized, that there was a THEY out there, and they were doing it to us. The approach seemed to be a conspiracy theory, or another "anxiety approach".
The movement has much momentum, and this is their movie released this year. It really has some deep truths and presented in a level headed way. Whether the ultimate solution is their Venus Project, I can't say, but why not wish them well? This kind of living would have to get modeled in some place. Let them do it. Send them our encouragement. (This movie is long, 161 minutes - Most of this film is very rational and well thought out. It is impressive. Youtube allows only 3 choices for a thumbnail. This image is unfortunately not representative of what they are talking about and only a minor illustration.)
Helen Hughes founder of Windsor House School
Peaceful world only out of peaceful kids
What was life like for you in your early schooling? Personally, I was shocked every day by believing in inadequacy.
Take a Look Inside the School
A 16-minute documentary made in 2004 by Sherry Sakamoto and Terry Martyniuk of Pacific Spirit Productions.