1. This is a full satsang dialogue that is also posted on the youtube channel "SatsangWithMooji" in four parts under the title "From Samsara to Nirvana: Finish It Now".

    I have heard some call this the psychological death of the ego.

    A number of times, Mooji has spoken about those inquiring how to die to that which is not true, and often use the term "I want to die before I die".

    Arunachala Satsang with Mooji
    http://www.mooji.org (official website) ~ Music clips: Deva Premal and Miten “Gayatri Mantra”

    Youtube channels: http://www.youtube.com/moojiji,
    http://www.youtube.com/AwakeningBridge and other associated channels.

    Also see: http://www.nevernothere.com and http://mooji.satsangs.net (a source website of mooji’s video satsang)

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  4. Faculty Insight is produced in partnership with Harvard University Extension School. This fourth interview of the series is with Shelley Carson, an associate of Harvard University’s Department of Psychology, a lecturer at Harvard Extension School, and also a blogger for Psychology Today and the Huffington Post!
    Carson's scholarship focuses largely on the connection between creativity and mental illness. While it's common knowledge that artists and writers have a tendency towards depression (and drink!) only recently has the link been so clearly established.
    But Carson also argues that creativity is not just the province of an elect few, it's a trait that, with a bit of effort, we can all claim for ourselves. Her new book, called Your Creative Brain: Seven Steps to Maximize Imagination, Productivity and Innovation in Your Life, lays out a clear method for awakening and encouraging our own inherent creativity.
    Carson's expertise also extends to the subject of resilience, and if there’s anything this planet needs, it’s the ability to bounce back, and live to fight another day. Her research has also caught the attention of the Department of Defense, where she consults on web-based PTSD treatments for soldiers recovering from trauma.

    a senior consultant and subject matter expert for the Department-of-Defense project afterdeployment.org, which provides innovative online mental health assistance to service members returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.
    This video of our interview is only an introduction, so please go to ThoughtCast (and search for 'creativity') to hear the entire conversation!

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  5. We are energy beings connected to one another through the consciousness of our right [brain] hemispheres as one human family -- Jill Bolte Taylor

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