One World Yogis: Deepak Chopra Introduction

Published on Jan 15, 2016

#ONEWORLDYOGIS is a series of yoga lessons hosted by #EddieStern and #DeepakChopra. You can watch Deepak’s full 20 minutes introduction or purchase all 18 lessons View Here

The sessions not only allow Eddie to teach you in a step-by-step process how to engage your body in a comprehensive exercise.. Deepak in addition provides genuine details on the effects of the exercise to the mind, body & soul.

Recent advances in the field of neuroplasticity & epigenetics have revealed that yoga & breathing exercise that go along with yoga and meditation, literally change the structure of the brain to optimize physical, emotional & spiritual wellbeing, and upgrades genes that involve in self regulation and healing while down regulating genes involved in inflammation.

Each ONE WORLD YOGIS lesson integrates the contextual philosophy as well as the health & wellness connection to the featured poses, allowing you to experience a richer impact to your overall wellbeing.

The Ocean of Now: How To Navigate The Unsure Waters Of These Challenging Times With Courage And Peace by David Ellzey (Author)

Whether living through life’s daily challenges financially, going through a divorce, wanting to be a more inspiring leader, or on a spiritual quest, this book offers insightful steps for how to live grounded in an unshakeable peace found only in the present moment. Through client success stories, heart-touching humor found in the most unlikely places like a cancer ward, and astute insight into the journey of awakening, Ellzey reveals how to unmask your unlimited nature beyond the past and future ~ found only in the boundless ocean of now.

Among many other insights, the book offers Five Keys for Unlocking Happiness and Success:

  • Be Hungry for The Joy of Living: Find simple things important to your heart.
  • Choose Your Life Team: Surround yourself with people who really see you.
  • Find Stillness Beyond Thinking: Know the quiet and vast nature or your being in which thoughts come and go.
  • Taste the Quantum Soup: A reference in physics to the infinite potential of now and how to live actualizing this potential.
  • Live Beyond War: Find the freedom of who you are without the battles within yourself and with others.

David Ellzey is a gifted teacher and healer, and he makes you laugh! David’s new book helps you to joyfully live in the moment, which is essential for a healthy body, mind, and spirit.” Christiane Northrup, M.D.,


Bestselling Author, Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom. The Ocean of Now is the limitless place and time that is the present moment. David Ellzey’s accessible writing style in this extraordinary book will inspire you to see how living from this moment can help you successfully navigate the everyday challenges of your life. You will learn why you are fully equipped, right now, to know success, love and a profound sense of who you truly are. Throughout the book David invites you to pause and guides you to experience the quiet and peace that is right here waiting for you ~ even as you read these words. David has a gift for helping you, the reader, feel that he is right there with you. He uses simple language, humor, and true stories of his clients and students who have powerfully walked through divorce, bankruptcy and more to find an unlimited sense of being. The Ocean of Now is one of those rare books with the magic to open the inner door of the reader to a new life of more peace and happiness.

David Ellzey: Total Health: Wholeness Here and Now. Standing in front of live blood cells, hear David share what can help you experience health and wholeness, here and now. This course was co-created with Maarten Klatte. M.D. to reveal the four pillars of radiance in body and being.

David Ellzey: Finding The Ultimate Source of Happiness

Riding his bicycle on the cobblestones of Holland, David navigates the normally imagined sources of happiness, to come upon the ultimate source of happiness.

A World Beyond Thinking – David Ellzey

Global Entertainer
After receiving standing ovations at the last few conferences, David is glad to be a part of this important event once more. Often called, “an alchemist of space”, David is a performer, humorist, and #1 best-selling author, who has inspired a quarter of a million people worldwide to laugh and uncover a boundless sense of being. At an early age, he studied how to create universes in space and silence through the ancient art form of pantomime under the teaching of a Kabbalah master. David is known for his side-splittingly funny physical performance skills, humorously enlightened characters, and astute commentary on this human journey of awakening. His new book, The Ocean of Now, focuses on the joy and potential awakening found only in the present moment, even as your eyes rest upon these words.

Kindfulness by Ajahn Brahm (Author)

Mindfulness is not enough…

When we add kindness to mindfulness we get “kindfulness,” a new approach to meditation. Kindfulness is the cause of relaxation. It brings ease to the body, to the mind, and to the world. Kindfulness allows healing to happen. So don’t just be mindful, be kindful!

With his trademark knack for telling engaging stories paired with step-by-step anyone-can-do-it instructions, Brahm brings alive and makes accessible powerful tools transformation. This slim, beautifully designed volume is a Quick Start guide for living a life of joy and compassion.

After pursuing a degree in theoretical physics from Cambridge University, Ajahn Brahm, born in London as Peter Betts, headed off to a forest monastery in Thailand, where he studied under the famed meditation master Ajahn Chah for nine years starting in the mid 1970s. A Buddhist monk for over thirty years, he is now the abbot and spiritual director of the Buddhist Society of Western Australia in Perth, and he is in demand worldwide both as a spiritual teacher and as a popular speaker. He is the author of Who Ordered This Truckload of Dung?, The Art of Disappearing, and Mindfulness, Bliss, and Beyond.

Why are we here? Why are we born? | by Ajahn Brahm

This talk by Ajahn Brahm gets to the heart of the existential quest: What are we here? What were we born for?

Life’s Too Short to Pretend You’re Not Religious by David Dark (Author)

For many of us, the word “religious” immediately evokes thoughts of brainwashing, violence and eye-rubbingly tiresome conversations. Why not be done with it?

David Dark argues that it’s not that simple. The ease with which we put the label on others without applying it to ourselves is an evasion, a way of avoiding awareness of our own messy allegiances. Dark writes: “If what we believe is what we see is what we do is who we are, there’s no getting away from religion.”

Both incisive and entertaining, Life’s Too Short to Pretend You’re Not Religious combines Dark’s keen powers of cultural observation with candor and wit. Equal parts memoir and analysis, Dark persuasively argues that the fact of religion is the fact of relationship. It’s the shape our love takes, the lived witness of everything we’re up to for better or worse, because witness knows no division. Looking hard at our weird religious background (Dark maintains we all have one) can bring the actual content of our everyday existence―the good, the bad and the glaringly inconsistent―to fuller consciousness. By doing so, we can more practically envision an undivided life and reclaim the idea of being “religious.”

David Dark (PhD, Vanderbilt University) teaches in the College of Theology at Belmont University and among the incarcerated communities of Nashville, Tennessee. He is the author of The Sacredness of Questioning Everything, Everyday Apocalypse and The Gospel According to America. He also contributed to the book Radiohead and Philosophy and has published articles in Pitchfork, Paste, Oxford American, Books and Culture and Christian Century. A frequent speaker, David has appeared on C-SPAN’s Book-TV and in the award-winning documentary Marketing the Message. He lives with his singer-songwriter wife, Sarah Masen, and their three children in Nashville.

Introduction: Religion Happens
1. Crackers and Grape Juice
2. Attention Collection
3. Choose Your Ancestors Carefully
4. I Learned It by Watching You
5. Hurry Up and Matter!
6. The Web, the Net and the Verse
7. The Chother
8. Policy Is Liturgy Writ Large
9. Strange Negotiations

Is There Sacredness In Questioning Everything?

Produced By: Magdalene John
A sit down interview with Author and Teacher David Dark about his book “The Sacredness of Questioning Everything”.
David Dark
Author, The Sacredness of Questioning Everything

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