The Shift – by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer

Best-Selling Author and Renowned Spiritual Teacher, Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, Presents His First Feature Film–The Shift (formerly titled Ambition to Meaning).

Join Wayne Dyer and a star-studded cast for a story that will capture your imagination and send you on your own quest for a life of meaning and purpose. In The Shift, we share the stories of three modern lives in crisis–a young mother who nurtures everyone but herself, an overachieving husband who has forgotten what love means, and a moviemaker desperate for the opportunity that will make him worthy in his own eyes. Every life has a turning point, a shift, a choice to make about what really matters.

The Shift by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer

The Shift – A companion book to the movie.
Taking Your Life from Ambition to Meaning
The Shift—a companion book to the movie of the same name—illustrates how and why to make the move from ambition to meaning. Such a shift eliminates our feelings of separateness, illuminates our spiritual connectedness, and involves moving from the ego-directed morning into the afternoon of life where everything is primarily influenced by purpose.

Dr Wayne Dyer ~ “The Shift “( From Ambition to Meaning )

Dr Wayne Dyer as himself, from the movie “The Shift”, formerly entitled ” Ambition to Meaning”

Toward A Science of Consciousness Conference 2012

The study of human consciousness is one of science’s last great frontiers. After being neglected for many years (i.e. during a period of dominance by behaviorism in psychology), interest in the science of consciousness exploded in the last decades, with much progress in neuroscience, psychology, philosophy, and other areas. The University of Arizona has been at the center of these developments. The 1994 Tucson conference on “Toward a Science of Consciousness” is widely regarded as a landmark event, and the subsequent series of biennial conferences in Tucson have attracted extraordinary interest.

The Center for Consciousness Studies at the University of Arizona was formed in 1998 with a seed grant from the Fetzer Institute. The Center is a unique institution whose aim is to bring together the perspectives of philosophy, the cognitive sciences, neuroscience, the social sciences, medicine, and the physical sciences, the arts and humanities, to move toward an integrated understanding of human consciousness. The Center is unique in its broad spectrum approach. Other groups tend focus either on cognitive neuroscience, philosophy or purely phenomenal experiential approaches, whereas the Center not only integrates these areas, but “thinks outside the box” of conventional wisdom which has thus far, at least, failed to make significant breakthroughs. The Center has also inspired other groups such as the Association for the Scientific Study of Consciousness and those who organize other conferences.

Toward a Science of Consciousness, Tucson, April 2012

Welcome to the Toward a Science of Consciousness Conference! This year’s event takes place from April 9-14 at Loew’s Ventana Canyon Resort, Tucson, AZ.

Speakers include Leonard Mlodinow, Deepak Chopra, David Chalmers, Menas Kafatos, Susan Blackmore, Stuart Hameroff, Ned Block, and many more.

Do You Believe In Angels or God? (‘VIRAL’ Ben Breedlove Flash Card Video) / How He handled his disease

This is the life story of Ben Breedlove presented in a series of Flash Cards. Ben was born with a very Severe Heart Condition called (HCM — Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy). In this Viral video Ben retells his story of Several Near-Death Experiences and how he could not take his eyes off of the bright light he saw while in the hospital. Sadly Ben died at the age of 18 from his Heart Condition.

How Ben Breedlove handled his disease

His father, Shawn Breedlove, said, “He was crossing the street at school one time and he just dropped in the middle of the street from his heart condition and his friends helped him up and he just kept going and they laughed about it. He didn’t take it overly seriously; he went with it.” Doctors didn’t expect Ben to live past his early teens.

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