What’s HOT in Seminars?

Seminar Leader: Dr. John DeMartini Seminar Title: The Breakthrough Experience® Length: 3 days Category: Personal Growth   "When human will attunes with Divine Will there is freedom." – Dr. John DeMartini   Two days, deep introspection,...

The Connection Between Thought and Circumstance

I was sitting along the creek, alone with my thoughts and the harmony that only the sound of running water can bring. The autumn chill was in the air, and the rustle of the breeze through the leaves added to the symphony of serenity.   A young woman was reading a...

The Time to Act

Engaging in genuine discipline requires that you develop the ability to take action. You don’t need to be hasty if it isn’t required, but you don’t want to lose much time either. Here’s the time to act: when the idea is hot and the emotion is...

The Parthenon of Success – Part 3

The First Pillar: Giving   "When people come together for the purpose of giving maximum, each receives maximum." This simple idea supports all success in life.   Yet you can only give what you have to give. Therefore, the first step to success is...

Switch to a Better Channel!

Peril, catastrophe and disaster.   These are our friends, allies and mentors.   Appearing as enemies on the surface, these seeming threats are our most helpful teachers on our Earth adventure. These apparent foes repeatedly demonstrate how we humans have...

Seven Basics for Longevity

H – Head away from poisons – Begin a treasure hunt for ways to avoid these poisons in your life. Water – purify your water. Air Quality – Purify the air in your home, office and car. Chemicals on our foods and processed foods – Search for...

Nine Principles for Conscious Living

Centerpointe Research Institute  Everyone who has been on a personal growth path for any length of time has been told that “you are the creator of your world” or “you are not a victim” or some variation thereof. Most would agree to both...

Fishing Story

The Japanese love fresh fish. However, the waters close to Japan have not held many fish for decades. So to feed the Japanese population, fishing boats got bigger and went farther than ever.   The farther the fishermen went, the longer it took to bring in the...