More and more people are starting to search for inspiration and meaning in their lives. They are experiencing firsthand that life is more than work, money and stuff. As they take take courses and workshops, read books and meditate, something creeps in -- nearly unnoticed -- that until recently seemed reserved for saints and gurus: the pursuit of enlightenment and a reduction in the burden of worry, pain and frustration. Life is... being enlightened.
Fantasy and reality meet in The Atlas of Experience, a series of maps that portrays our voyage through life and has become an international success.
If you don't choose life, life won't choose you
This gift is in the little everyday things
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India is Asia's latest economic success story. However, it is not growing by marketing cheap labor or raw materials, but through brain power and talent. Jurriaan Kamp, who had lived in India, for years describes a miracle. "If this is globalization, then I'm all for it."
For a lot of people, work is unhealthy. We sit too much or the wrong way, we are too sedentary and we drink too much coffee. It doesn't have to be this way. Doctor Roy Martina offers a number of tips for healthy work.
'there should be more SSR'
Socially responsible investment needs more muscle to build a better world.
Personal development begins by letting go of your past. That sounds simple, but old conflicts often defeat the will to change. The trick is to get rid of your past, and Amedeo Maffei has figured out how to do it electronically. With the help of sound waves, this Italian psychologist and philosopher can cleanse you of your past and enable real change. "There is nothing you can't change in your life," Maffei says. "Nothing, except death." Jurriaan Kamp takes us along on an unreal meeting with a man who makes therapy redundant.
The message from a warmed planet
Thanks to a camera, Julius Mwelu survives life in a slum
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Physicians in the Third World are emigrating to the West