7 Life Lessons From Dr. Seuss

By Elisha Goldstein, Ph.D. Elisha Goldstein, a PHD in Transpersonal Psychology graduate from The Institute of Transpersonal Psychology at Sofia University.  is co-founder of The Center for Mindful Living in West Los Angeles and creator of the 6-month mentorship program A Course in Mindful Living. He is a psychologist, author and speaker who synthesizes the pearls of traditional psychotherapy with a progressive... Continue Reading →

In Praise of Spaghetti Code

Retrieved from https://ubiquity.acm.org/blog/. Computer Science and Technology. Spaghetti code is not getting any respect. Software experts denigrate it; coding classes avoid it like the plague; and when students go out into the world, they spend inordinate amounts of time trying to follow their mentors’ instructions. This unalloyed disparagement of spaghetti code is unfortunate, because we owe... Continue Reading →

The Neuroscience of Learning to Trust Yourself

By Elisha Goldstein, Ph.D. Elisha Goldstein, a PHD in Transpersonal Psychology graduate from The Institute of Transpersonal Psychology at Sofia University.  is co-founder of The Center for Mindful Living in West Los Angeles and creator of the 6-month mentorship program A Course in Mindful Living. He is a psychologist, author and speaker who synthesizes the pearls of traditional psychotherapy with a progressive... Continue Reading →

It’s Time for Data Ethics Conversations at Your Dinner Table

This opinion piece has been contributed by Lucy C. Erickson, Natalie Evans Harris and Meredith M. Lee, three members of the D4GX community. All three authors contributed equally to this piece.   Retreieved from https://www.techatbloomberg.com/blog/time-data-ethics-conversations-dinner-table/. With 2.5 quintillion records of data created every day, people are being defined by how they travel, surf the Internet, eat, and live their lives.... Continue Reading →

Breathing in Running: How to Use the Rolling Breath

Timur Crone, MA is a USATF certified running coach and an alumnus with an MA in Counseling Psychology from ITP at Sofia University, as well as a Chi Arts Association Taoist Mind-Body Mastery Teacher, Reposturing bodyworker, and Life Coach. His article has been reblogged  from: http://www.intensionalrunning.com/blog/breathing-in-running-how-to-use-the-rolling-breath By Timur Crone I get many questions about breathing in running.... Continue Reading →

Big Boys Don’t Cry and Girls Are Drama Queens – Is it True?

Retrieved from: http://transpersonal-therapist.com/big-boys-dont-cry-girls-are-drama-queens/ By Khursheed Kanga   What is it about crying, that brings out different reactions in men and women? Why do women cry more easily and men rarely? What about people who don’t cry? As children we have all experienced bursts of tears during the various episodes of normal living. The impulse to deeply cry... Continue Reading →

One of Blockchain’s Super Powers is Trust

Retrieved from https://chrisbrogan.com/blockchain-trust/. By Chris Brogan In 2009, Julien Smith and I wrote Trust Agents. It was a book about how to be human across the web. Now, almost a decade later, I’m hot on the trail of how companies can extend their business relationships even more, and how emerging technologies like blockchain are helping deliver TRUST... Continue Reading →

Transmutation

Written by: JiHyang Padma Ji Hyang Padma, Ph.D. has been practicing and teaching Zen for twenty years, 15 of those years as an ordained nun. She has completed several 90-day intensive retreats in Korea and North America. While her practice has been situated within the Korean Zen tradition, she has had the benefit of studying with... Continue Reading →

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