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  • DON’T LET YOUR TRAGEDY DEFINE YOU



    Amanda Enayati shares how tragedy and constant change didn't defined her life.



    Although she had tragic incidents in her life, Amanda continues to define her life by the happy things that have happened to her. Find out her point of view. Amanda Enayati is a columnist, author...

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  • RELEASE YOUR VOICE!



    How do we explain the word ‘freedom’? For Julian Treasure it couldn't be done any other way...



    The voice is everyone’s instrument, Treasure explains. If the whole world got singing lessons, and we liberated all voices through the power of song, what would we have? Julian Treasure tells us...

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  • TWO NEAR-DEATH EXPERIENCES



    At 5, in only two weeks, Gregg Braden had two near-death experiences. Discover why these two moments have been the most pivotal in relation to his current work.



    Electricity and water. The means of transport to other worldliness. “One taught me about other reality, another way of feeling”, the other one to “let go of this world.” Later on, he’s...

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  • THE POWER OF THE INDIVIDUAL



    Cornelius Pietzner considers him a privileged person for doing what he loves and he is in this life for.



    Cornelius Pietzner has been engaged in the fields of philanthropy, social finance and investment in the US and Europe for the last 25 years. To know more about him, click...

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  • My path, my mission




    Karen Berg is the Spiritual Director of the Kabbalah Centre. One of Karen’s goals is to inspire spiritual dialogue as a bridge to create peace between diverse groups. Karen travels extensively to...

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  • A TRUE STORY ABOUT THE POWER OF MUSIC



    When Amanda Enayati knew she had cancer, she was the mother of two kids of 1 and 2 years-old. She was scared to death, but a compilation of classical music helped her overcome fear and told her everything would be okay.



    Thinking about the most important moments she had experienced, Amanda Enayati talks about her children and then shares this compelling story after she was diagnosed with cancer.  Amanda Enayati...

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  • WHERE DO I BELONG? WHERE IS MY HOME?



    Part Iranian, part European and part American, Amanda Enayati had already felt this sense of alienation, of not knowing where she was from…. until the day she realized she was from everywhere.



    Watching a TV program, Amanda Enayati had a powerful aha moment: “They are me; they’re people; I’m people… The definition of me expanded”. And this changed all. Hear her story. Amanda...

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  • FIRST LEVEL ATTUNEMENT WITH LOVE



    To Barbara Fredrickson, that's something as simple a baby's smile.



    What about you? What gives that feeling of being “at one” with another being? See if you share her experience. Barbara Fredrickson is Kenan Distinguished Professor of Psychology and...

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  • TWO LOVELY EXPERIENCES WITH DALAI LAMA



    Is being happy a decision, even before the body recognizes it? Barbara Fredrickson asked him once.



    “Where there’s smoke there’s fire”. What does exactly mean? Watch the video. Barbara Fredrickson is Kenan Distinguished Professor of Psychology and principal investigator of the Positive...

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