Russell Simmons: Happiness and Transcendental Meditation ~*~

Russell Simmons explains how through practice of Transcendental Meditation everyone can easily grow in happiness. Russell Simmons (Def Jam) was one of the founders of the hip- hop movement and is now an entrepreneur who helps young people realize their dreams. Russell is the CEO of Rush Communications.

Russell: “We’re all here to be happy that’s what we’re here for, Transcendental Meditation promotes happiness. The more you can see what’s going on, you wake up one morning and you can decide the world is really good and sweet and you’re really happy and you’re moving around the world and you’re optimistic. And you wake up another day and you’re upset frustrated and the world is bad. You know, that creates a cycle of bad…. Meditation brings you close to your power.”

“Transcendental Meditation is different it teaches a young person or any person to be still,” says Russell.

Transcendental Meditation is a simple technique that naturally develops the creative genius of the individual. Now millions of people around the world have learned this effortless technique and are enjoying it in their daily lives.



Wise Words Spoken

“You only Grow as much as your choices will allow”

~ The Divine

Brené Brown: The power of vulnerability

Courage to Be Imperfect…

Brené Brown studies human connection — our ability to empathize, belong, love. In a poignant, funny talk at TEDxHouston, she shares a deep insight from her research, one that sent her on a personal quest to know herself as well as to understand humanity.

Lenon Honor – The Pursuit of a Mate

Finding a mate is not about pursuing a mate…Finding a mate is about pursuing the Greater You

OSHO Talk – Loving & Accepting Yourself

“You will have to drop your fear. It has been imposed on you, it is not natural. Watch every small child: he accepts himself perfectly, there is no condemnation, there is no desire to be anybody else.” – Osho

In this talk Osho explains how in order to love and accept ourselves, all the conditioning imposed on us by the society needs to be dropped. Courage is required to tread this path alone, but only then will we have the freedom to grow in our own way.