Much has happened in the past week. The Creative Revolution that I have been discussing is gaining momentum! My presentation to the Austin Texas Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) group has been met with overwhelmingly positive response. In fact, it has gained as much "buzz" in as short a time frame as anything I have ever done.
Thanks to the efforts of Dr. Bob Price, the director of the Institute for Neuroscience and Consciousness Research (INACS) , the video of that presentation is now available online. You can watch it in its entirety here:
In the weeks to come, I will be featuring specific excerpts from this video. The entire talk is 65 minutes in length, and it starts with a discussion of an experience that I am calling "the greatest feeling in the world."
While I was in Austin, I had the good fortune to be interviewed by Chuck Robison, the co-founder of What If It Really Works? Over the past decade, Chuck and his amazing wife Karen have videotaped interviews with some the most well-respected authors and thinkers in the fields of consciousness, spirituality, and new science. I was very honored to have this very lively and thought-provoking recorded conversation with Chuck:
On the same day that both of these videos were uploaded, I also discovered that Deep Creativity has been named one of the 13 "most passionate books to read about love" by a British website called Fupping that reviews books from a wide range of genres. The reviewer wrote:
"Deep Creativity draws a link between creativity and love. The last chapter is devoted almost entirely to an the topic of unconditional love. In fact, the book ends with an unconditional love invocation that my fiancee and I have incorporated into our lovemaking. I would say, without hesitation, that this invocation has played an important part in bringing us together. One of us will say a line from the invocation and the other will repeat it, all while making eye contact with one another. These words have been so impactful that we are seriously thinking about incorporating them into our wedding vows. The unconditional love invocation alone makes this book a worthwhile read for couples interested in nurturing unconditional love in their relationship."
Thanks to Zak Parker at Fupping for this great write-up! Last but certainly not least, theTEDxTucson "[r]evolution" conference that was postponed this past January has been rescheduled for September 21. Barring anything unexpected, I will be speaking on creative inspiration that day. I will share more updates on that event in the weeks to come.
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