Weekly Wisdom from Sounds True: The Architecture of the Soul
- As I began to look through the transcripts of the Grayson interview it spoke very deeply and wished to share that with everyone. I highly recommend this website and as each of you are so guided and choose take an opportunity to go through and see what speaks to you from there. :)http://www.soundstrue.com/weeklywisdom/?agmepisode=5317&wwepisode=5348&pepisode=5070&ppepisode=1097&utm_source=soundstrue&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=weeklywisdom-111202
Henry Grayson: Change in an InstantTuesday, November 29, 2011Tami Simon speaks with Dr. Henry Grayson, a leading psychologist who has spent decades exploring the connections between psychology, physics, and the spiritual traditions of the world. Dr. Grayson founded and served as chairman emeritus at the National Institute for Psychotherapies in New York. With Sounds True, he has created the nine-hour audio training course The New Physics of Love: The Power of Mind and Spirit in Relationships. In this episode, Tami speaks with Dr. Grayson about the role of thoughts in our relationships, how the non-local nature of the universe impacts our consciousness, and the possibility of “deleting undesirable and obsolete core beliefs in the twinkling of an eye.” (60 minutes)Listen Now:
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You Are an Energy System“I have a simple religion,” says Harijiwan Khalsa. “To be happier today than I was yesterday.” This simple statement struck Sounds True producer Mitchell Clute as particularly profound coming from a renowned teacher of kundalini yoga. “What I remember best about Harijiwan,” says Mitchell, “was the approachable, down-to-earth way he presented his teachings, which could easily have seemed arcane.” In this excerpt from Harijiwan Khalsa’s audio program Kundalini Meditation: Guided Practices to Activate the Energy of Awakening, you can get a taste of how Harijiwan’s teachings are intended to help every listener achieve a sense of boundless joy and freedom.
The Architecture of the SoulIf we want to understand the body, we’d study our physiology. To examine the mind, we’d look to psychology. But what about the soul? Where would you look to learn about the soul’s fundamental structure and how it manifests in our world? Through over 40 years of deep exploration as a psychologist, meditator, yoga practitioner, and scholar, Anodea Judith has come to believe that the chakras hold the answers. In this video clip, she explains why she calls the chakra system “the architecture of the soul.”