A DOSE OF POWER LIVING®: Release It All – According to Buddha, “You only lose what you cling to.”
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Release It All
QUOTE CARD: “You only lose what you cling to.”
“Summer Davos” and YGL Summit 2014
THE BUZZ: From September 5th through 16th, 2014, I was in Beijing for the Young Global Leader (YGL) Summit and Tianjin for the World Economic Forum on East Asia. Then, I had the immense pleasure of traveling with a small group – on a private jet – to Japan. It was incredible – from teaching yoga on a private section of The Great Wall of China to learning about the new wave of Buddhism from an esteemed Master. Check out the pictures…
YGL Summit in Myanmar
THE BUZZ: From June 2nd through June 7th, 2013, I was in Myanmar for the Young Global Leader (YGL) Summit and World Economic Forum on East Asia. Over 1000 people from 55 countries descended on the new capital of Nay Pyi Taw to discuss Myanmar’s future.
The Rebirth of Myanmar
POWER LIVING® TV: Come on a journey to the Golden Land of Myanmar – formerly known as Burma. After 50 years of military rule, the country is now open for business and is actively courting foreign tourists, trade and investments.
How faith can help forge Myanmar’s future
WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM: Despite Myanmar’s most recent conflicts being attributed to religious differences, the country’s deep spiritual roots may be instrumental in its current economic, political and social transformation.
Savor: Mindful Eating, Mindful Life
POWER LIVING® TV: Have you ever moved through the day so fast that you don’t even remember what you ate? HOW you eat is just as important as WHAT you eat. This is at the heart of the book, Savor: Mindful Eating, Mindful Life. In this edition of Power Living® with Dr. Terri Kennedy, learn more as Dr. Kennedy interviews Dr. Lilian Cheung, Director of Health Promotion & Communication at the Harvard School of Public Health.
The Power of… MEDITATION
MEDITATION. Are you familiar with peace? Are your responses to challenging situations controlled or reactive? Could you benefit from greater focus, concentration and awareness? When people find out that I teach meditation as a part of the yoga sessions, it elicits a variety of responses. Some have questions, such as: “How long do I need to meditate?” “Would it conflict with my religion?” Others submit their own perceived limitations: “I can’t stay still.” “My mind is always full.” “I don’t have the time.” “I tried it but nothing happened.”
Honor Thy Father
Happy Father’s Day! I watched Meet the Press this morning which was a tribute to the life of television journalist and lawyer Tim Russert who died suddenly two days ago of a massive heart attack. For an hour, I basically mourned as I listened to his friends and felt their genuine love for this man.…