Calming the Monkey Mind

Diana Raab holds a Ph.D in Transpersonal Psychology  from ITP at Sofia University, is an award-winning writer, poet, memoirist, blogger, speaker, and author of nine books and over 500 articles and poems. She’s also editor of two anthologies, Writers on the Edge: 22 Writers Speak About Addiction and Dependency and Writers and Their Notebooks. Raab’s two memoirs are Regina’s Closet: Finding My Grandmother’s... Continue Reading →

Starting a High-Tech Business? You May be Eligible for Government Funding

Looking to start or grow your high-tech entrepreneurial venture? Need financing to help fund research and development (R&D) efforts and realize your business potential? The U.S. federal government can help! Article re-blogged from https://www.sba.gov/blogs/contributors/Caron_Beesley In fact, annually, nearly 5,000 small businesses receive over $2.5 billion in federal government grants and contracts to help them carry out the R&D... Continue Reading →

When Do You Enjoy Being You? Finding the Everyday Gurus Among Us

Dr. Rosie Kuhn, holds a Ph.D. in Transpersonal Psychology from The Institute of Transpersonal Psychology at Sofia University. Is an author of the popular ‘Self-Empowerment 101’ and founder of The Paradigm Shifts Coaching Group, is the preeminent Thought Leader in the field of transformational coaching, coach training and leadership development. Rosie specializes in identifying and transforming belief systems that... Continue Reading →

What Does the Body Remember? The Power of the Mind Body Connection

Diana Raab holds a Ph.D in Transpersonal Psychology  from ITP at Sofia University, is an award-winning writer, poet, memoirist, blogger, speaker, and author of nine books and over 500 articles and poems. She’s also editor of two anthologies, Writers on the Edge: 22 Writers Speak About Addiction and Dependency and Writers and Their Notebooks. Raab’s two memoirs are Regina’s Closet: Finding My Grandmother’s Secret... Continue Reading →

Is Computing in Reverse the Next Big Thing?

Retrieved from https://ubiquity.acm.org/blog/computing-reverse-next-big-thing/. To fulfill Moore’s prophesy of doubling computing speeds every two years, engineers must come up with better utilization of energy, especially as we near Landauer’s limit on irreversible computing. As Moore’s Law runs out of steam, and fabrication of Boolean circuits on silicon appears to be reaching its limits, some computer scientists and... Continue Reading →

Are you really listening? 11 ways you can strengthen your interpersonal relationships.

Diana Raab holds a Ph.D in Transpersonal Psychology  from ITP at Sofia University, is an award-winning writer, poet, memoirist, blogger, speaker, and author of nine books and over 500 articles and poems. She’s also editor of two anthologies, Writers on the Edge: 22 Writers Speak About Addiction and Dependency and Writers and Their Notebooks. Raab’s two memoirs are Regina’s Closet: Finding My Grandmother’s Secret... Continue Reading →

Making Sense of Cryptoeconomics

Josh Stark (@0xstark) is a member of Ledger Labs and Blockgeeks Lab, a blockchain co-creation company in Toronto, Canada. In this CoinDesk opinion piece, Stark argues that the term "cryptoeconomics" is widely misunderstood, despite being a crucial concept needed to understand and analyze the blockchain industry. A few months ago Parker Thompson, a well known Silicon Valley VC, tweeted that... Continue Reading →

Can we find  a way to reconcile the differences between science and spirituality? Do we have souls that are immortal? Charles Tart has the answer.

Charles Tart, Ph.D. Biography: Dr. Charles Tart is internationally known for his psychological work on the nature of consciousness (particularly, altered states of consciousness), as one of the founders of the field of transpersonal psychology, and for his research in parapsychology. Charles studied electrical engineering at MIT before deciding to become a psychologist. He received his Ph.D. in psychology from... Continue Reading →

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