Month: November 2008

Personal Excellence Tips

Reading Time: 1 minute Luciano at LiteMind has a great idea: Simply submit your *best* personal excellence tip!  The person with the best tip can win up to $449USD in prizes.  This was actually a very tough exercise.   It was hard to pick one single tip that rises above the rest.  But, I did it and submitted my result. …
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Hierarchies and the Birth of AQAL

Reading Time: 1 minute Wilber makes reference to the birth of AQAL (All Quadrants, All Levels) in his work The Marriage of Sense and Soul – Integrating Science and Religion (pg. 63): “It is fascinating that both premodern religion and modern science have a defining hierarchy, and both of them are composed of enveloping nests of increasing embrace (development…
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Mindjet MindMap Sharing Just Got Easier

Reading Time: 1 minute There has been a lot of buzz lately surround Mindjet’s latest release of their flagship product: MindManager v8. For a great review and highlight of the new features, check out Chuck Frey’s review. I haven’t had the opportunity to review the latest version yet, but from what I’ve read there are a lot of great…
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How to be Great!

Reading Time: 1 minute It’s been over a month, and I’m finally spending more time getting plugged back into the good ole’ blogosphere. I spent some time last night catching up on some of my favorite blogs, and was pleasantly surprised to find a great article (posted a few weeks ago) on LiteMind – How to be Great: Rising…
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Time and Time Again

Reading Time: 1 minute http://www.worldhistory-poster.com/en/ Over the last couple years, I’ve collected links to a number of sites that offer timeline-based browsing and thought I would share. Many of these sites are quite helpful for a number of areas of research, and help put many events into context and historical perspective: From Cave Paintings to the Internet (Formerly From…
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Rudolph Steiner on Patience and Progress

Reading Time: 1 minute I’ve been meaning to dig deeper into Rudolph Steiner’s works since I first became aware of him a few years ago.  Steiner is an intriguing character for a number of reasons.  He was a passionate polymath, being interested and well-versed on a wide range of topics, accomplished philosopher and lecturer, founder of an alternative education…
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