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“Heaven” Collection of Paintings by Vinh Hoàng

"When you quieten your mind, when you are in peace, you will feel and hear the voices of the earth, not by ears but by your breath", says Vinh Hoàng, a talented artist from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

His divine mission is to "just bring a little joy, love and kindness between man and nature, between man and man."

Dr. Steve Taylor, Transcending Human Madness

To an impartial observer – say, an alien zoologist from another planet – there must be very compelling evidence that human beings suffer from a serious mental disorder, and are perhaps even insane. The last few thousand years have been an endless catalogue of insane behavior.

Picture by Gio Kadagishvili (above)

Gio Kadagishvili’s Art

Enlightenment Media News presents Gio Kadagishvili, a talented artist from Tbilisi, Georgia. Gio is a painter, graphic design artist and photographer. His work is influenced by literature, human values, social, political and philosophical issues, the notion of reincarnation as well as love - the main momentum.

Magical Sedona

Sedona, Arizona, situated in the heart of the American desert South West, is one of the planet's most sacred sites. Sedona's main attraction is its array of red sandstone formations. The formations appear to glow in brilliant orange and red when illuminated by the rising or setting sun.

Navi Radjou, Business As Nature: A conscious leap towards sustainability

When renown Harvard biologist E.O. Wilson told the legendary marine biologist Sylvia Earle, a passionate advocate of ocean protection, that he was worried that we humans were “letting Nature slip through our fingers,” Earle replied to him that her biggest concern was that “Nature may let the human race slip through her fingers.”

Dr.Peter Russell, Challenge – Crises as Opportunity

When a seed -- or an animal -- or a man is ripe, it must mature to its next phase. Or rot. Stewart Edward White

The various environmental, economic, and social problems confronting us are symptomatic of a deeper underlying crisis -- a crisis in our thinking, perception, and values.

Tara Springett, What is kundalini – and why can it be so painful?

The word ‘kundalini’ comes from the Hindu tradition and is used to describe a form of mysterious energy that lies dormant in all of us at the foot of our spine. When awakened this energy rises up the spine, purifies all chakras along the way until it reaches the head where it unites with its ‘ divine spouse’ and the person reaches enlightenment.

Posted by Enlightenment Media News on 2017 m. rugpjūtis 9 d.