This documentary is one in a series of excellent programs on various PBS shows related to neuroscience. This one begins airing tonight, Tuesday, 4/18/17. (Check local listings.) Many can be streamed online. Support PBS and NPR!
“How can you not fall in love with a woman who carries around a preserved human brain inside a giant flowery hat box? Meet Dr. Marian Diamond, renowned academic and research scientist, and prepare to be smitten.” Continue reading →
Source: Neuroscientist Dr. Marion Diamond Reveals Her Love Affair | Blog | THIRTEEN – New York Public Media
In 1985, Deepak Chopra’s first books helped with my healing path, and I went to a lecture and was quite moved by his gentle yet resolute approach. He was a student of Yogananda, who opened a door for many of us in the 1960s. And yet, I haven’t been plugged in to Chopra’s work for a while.
But yesterday when a friend posted Oprah & Deepak’s “Hope in Uncertain Times,” I signed up and began, even though it was Day 4. You see, my hope has been in short supply lately. And today, I could feel a shift.
I welcome you to try it. The link is below. It’s free for the 21 days.
In my favorite poem of the last several years, “A Brief for the Defense,” Jack Gilbert writes: “To make injustice the only measure of our attention is to praise the Devil.”
In these times especially, we must hold within us both the tragedy and the delight of living. Hope is a good place to start.
Are you wondering how you can make a difference during uncertain times? Start creating the future you want to live in with wisdom from Deepak Chopra’s book The 7 Spiritual Laws of Success, with action steps you can take right now to make hope go viral.
Source: 7 Ways YOU Can Spread Hope in the World