After taking the summer off to honeymoon with my brilliant and beautiful bride, Maria Shamas, and to work on our new collaborative venture, AUM Tantra, I am back to posting each week to this blog page. My last post featured our wedding vows, which I feel was a great place to leave off for the summer. I am as proud of those vows as I am of anything I've ever been involved in creating!
In the interim, much has happened. One of the most exciting developments is that the world is starting to really discover Repose (pictured here).
Anyone who knows me or who has read my work knows how passionate I am about Repose. As far as I'm concerned, lying in Repose is one of the best ways to spend seven minutes. That tiny investment of time will pay huge dividends in terms of your overall health, stress management, productivity, mood, social interactions, and most intriguingly, creativity.
In August, I introduced Repose to a very influential and receptive audience at the 33rd annual World Congress on Illumination. Then this past week, Repose was featured in two online articles: one on creativity in the workplace and the other on the best times to meditate. This This coming Saturday, September 21, I will be speaking about "The Art of Creative Inspiration" on the TEDxTucson stage. This presentation will focus on the role of Repose and play in the creative process.
Repose is simply a tool, like any other. It only means anything if it benefits you. If you go off somewhere quiet right now, and lie in Repose for seven minutes, you are going to find out first-hand what makes Repose so compelling. You don't have to think about anything at all--or stop yourself from thinking. In Repose, your body leads your mind into the kind of receptivity that is so lacking in most people's lives right now. And that is so needed. If you devote seven minutes every day to Repose for the next month, I promise that the results will astound you. Without exerting any effort, you will come into your power in terms of clarity, well-being, and inspiration. But please don't take my word for it. Find out for yourself. IT'S REPOSE TIME!
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