James Lovelock – a Final Warning

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James Ephraim Lovelock (born 26 July 1919) is an independent scientist, author, researcher and environmentalist. He derives his greatest fame from devising and propagating the Gaia hypothesis, in which he states that the earth functions as a kind of superorganism. He is best known as the father of this Gaia hypothesis; the idea that all parts of our planet form … Read more

Arnold Mindell – Process Oriented Psychology

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Process Oriented Psychology (Process work) This video, which Amy Mindell made in 4 parts for you-tube, was made in 1988 when Amy and Arny were invited as resident teachers at Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California. In this introductory video, Arny gives an informal but complete and interactive description of his development of process work. The 4 parts consist of … Read more

George Bateson

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George Bateson – the Pattern that Connects Gregory Bateson was a British anthropologist, social scientist, linguist and visual anthropologist. His best-known work is the 1972 book Steps to an Ecology of Mind. He also wrote Mind and Nature (1979). Angels Fear was published posthumously in 1987. The model of the (neuro) logical levels was devised by Gregory Bateson. It was … Read more

Eckhart Tolle – Being present in relationships

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Relationships and patterns Every relationship can be a unique mirror to observe where our development points are. That is usually not easy because we are inclined to judge every irritation very quickly and to put the blame on ‘the other’. Denying or going on the defensive is part of that. We are trapped in the old conditionings we picked up … Read more

Stephen Jenkinson – The Meaning of Death


For 5 years Stephen Jenkins headed the counseling team of Canada’s largest home based palliative care programmme. Working with hundreds of dying people an d their families he found a “wretched anxiety” at the end of life. Orphan Wisdom – Stephen Jenkinson is a teacher, author, storyteller, spiritual activist, ceremonialist and founder of the Orphan Wisdom School, a teaching house … Read more

David Chalmers – The ‘hard’ problem

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The hard problem of consciousness The hard problem of consciousness refers to the problem one encounters when trying to explain how and why physical states (such as brain processes) can become conscious. There is no explanation that explains why a subject has perception traits at all, such as an experience or perception of taste or color, or qualia. Phenomenal experiences … Read more

Eckhart Tolle – Emotions

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Emotions An emotion is often described as an inner experience or feeling of, for example, joy, fear, anger, sadness that is evoked by a certain situation or can occur spontaneously. However, emotions are not only accompanied by subjective feelings, but also by physical reactions and certain expressions in the behavior. In a biological sense, an emotion can also be defined … Read more

Hedy Schleifer – How to Make Your Marriage Stronger


Connection In Relationships Clinical psychologist and an expert in the field of relationship and relationship therapy, Hedy Schleifer. Hedy’s life’s work has crystallized into one overarching idea. It is the idea of the three invisible connectors: the space, the bridge and the encounter. Strengthen your relationship When people make these three invisible connectors visible in their lives and fully embrace … Read more



Making Peace With Ourselves Jiddu Krishnamurti, widely recognized as one of the most influential spiritual teachers of the twentieth century, taught that we must first make peace with ourselves in order to have peace in the world.No spiritual path, leader, or personal or political philosophy will guide us in this endeavor, he said; this transformation of the human psyche is a … Read more

Eckhart Tolle – Do not respond to content

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Do not respond to content by Eckhart Tolle Do not react, act by (the action of) not having thoughts about what is happening around you, act by being silent. You have an experience, this experience does not define who you really are. Some people will try to get you to respond to polarized ideas and beliefs. Don’t react, just observe. … Read more

Simon Sinek – Why you feel safe with good leaders


Simon Sinek Leadership. What makes a good leader? Management theorist Simon Sinek suggests that it is someone who makes his employees feel safe, who draws staff members into a circle of trust. But creating trust and security — especially in an unequal economy — means taking great responsibility. Simon Oliver Sinek (born October 9, 1973) is an English-American author and … Read more

Eckhart Tolle – Meditation – The Power of now

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. Eckhart Tolle leads a meditation on “The Power of the Present Moment” at Wisdom 2.0 in 2014. Tolle was born in Germany. He lived with his father in Spain from the age of thirteen. Around the age of twenty he moved to England. Since he had not done a high school education, he had to take an evening course … Read more

Donald Hoffman on the Conscious Agent Theory

We have no idea how consciousness emerges. Cognitive scientist Don Hoffman takes us in depth with his research and suggests that we tackle the problem backwards. The implications may call into question everything you know about our place in reality. In this comprehensive interview, we explore the interface theory of perception, the ” hard problem of consciousness “, how we … Read more

Peter Russell – The Primacy of Consciousness

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Mind over Matter Peter Russell states that ‘mind’ is more fundamental than ‘matter’. He explores the problem that science has with explaining consciousness, and argues that consciousness is not created by the brain but that it is an inherent quality of all living things. Further reading: http://www.peterrussell.com/ Peter Russell is a fellow of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, of The … Read more

Arnold Mindell:

Arnold Mindell

please visit : http://www.aamindell.net/ Arnold Mindell: Mindell (born 1940), married to Amy Mindell, is an American physicist, psychotherapist, writer, and the founder of Process Oriented Psychology. He lives in Portland, Oregon. His children, Lara Mindell and Robin Mindell, live in Switzerland and both work as psychotherapists. Arnold Mindell has written 19 books published in 20 languages. After graduating with a … Read more

John Joseph Campbell

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“Opportunities to find a deeper strength within ourselves come when life seems most challenging” – Joseph Campbell Joseph John Campbell (March 26 , 1904 – October 30 , 1987) was a professor of mythology and writer. In addition, he gave many lectures until just before his death. He became best known as a connoisseur of myths and comparative religious studies and philosophy … Read more

David Bohm – the implicit order of existence

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Physicist David Bohm talks about the nature of things Bohm’s life David Joseph Bohm (December 20, 1917 – October 27, 1992) was a British quantum physicist born in the United States who made important contributions to theoretical physics, philosophy and neuropsychology. During the war years he worked on the Manhattan Project. The death of David Bohm on October 27, 1992 … Read more

Pim van Lommel – Endless consciousness

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In 2001, cardiologist Pim van Lommel published in the renowned medical journal The Lancet about his research into near-death experiences. It concerned a study of 344 Dutch patients who had survived a cardiac arrest in the hospital. Of them, 62 were found to have experienced near-death experiences. Van Lommel’s article was world news. Since then, we can no longer ignore … Read more

Creativity, Innovation, tools and techniques


Creativity, Innovation, Tools, Techniques, Books, Discussions, Puzzles, Brain Teasers, Training … Mycoted is committed to enhancing creativity and innovation for problem solving around the world, with that in mind we provide a central repository on the internet as a summary of tools, techniques, mind exercises, puzzles, book reviews etc., which is accessible to everyone – and can be written by … Read more

Ken Wilber – Introduction to Integral Spirituality

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Here, Ken Wilber offers an introduction to a spirituality that honors the truths of modernity and postmodernity — including the revolutions in science and culture — while incorporating the essential insights of the major religions. You will learn how this new evolution in spirituality combines the enlightenment of the East, which excels at cultivating higher states of consciousness, with the … Read more

Fritjof Capra – System thinking

A lecture given at Schumacher College (UK), Dartington on 7 May 2014. System thinking and ecology The great challenge of our time is to build and nurture sustainable communities designed so that their way of life, physical structures and technologies do not interfere with nature’s inherent ability to sustain life. To do this requires a new ecological understanding of life, … Read more

Bruce Lipton – the Biology of Belief


Bruce Lipton – ‘The Power Of Consciousness’ – Interview by Iain McNay Dr. Bruce Lipton, a cellular biologist and bestselling author of ” The Biology of Belief “, spreads the idea that we have significantly more control over our biology than we think, and that with our intentions and beliefs we exert a direct influence on our physical and mental … Read more

Brene Brown on vulnerability

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on the power of vulnerability Interview Jonathan Fields Good Life Project founder, Jonathan Fields, interviewed Brene Brown, researcher, professor and author of Daring Greatly. Topics explored include: What is needed to live a good life, vulnerability and strength, how people deal with judgment, the intersection of human nature and entrepreneurship, how to know whose decisions matter and much more. Brené … Read more

Sogyal Rinpoche – The Purpose of Life

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Soygal Rinpoche on the nature of the mind and the purpose of life Sogyal Rinpoche was born in Kham, in eastern Tibet, and was recognized as the incarnation of a great master and visionary saint of the 19th century: Tertön Sogyal Lerab Lingpa. When he was six months old, he entered the monastery of Jamyang Khyentse Chökyi Lodrö, one of … Read more

Most common regrets when dying


Regret at death A nurse has noted the most common regrets of the dying, and one of the most common is “I wish I hadn’t worked so hard.”What would you regret most if this was your last day of your life?There was no more sex or bungee jumping.A palliative nurse who has accompanied the dying in their last days has … Read more

Carlos Castaneda

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Carlos Castaneda interview by Theodore Roszak Carlos Castaneda (December 25, 1925 – April 27, 1998) was an American writer and anthropologist of Peruvian descent who wrote a number of books about his relationship with and school with an Indian shaman named Don Juan Matus.   The books contain many supernatural phenomena and magic but also extensive explanations of the philosophy of … Read more

Murray Gell-Mann – about getting creative ideas


Physical genius Murray Gell-Mann is one of the greatest legends in physics. He’s also described as The Man With Five Brains, and it’s no mystery why: He was admitted to Yale at age 15, got his PhD at MIT at age 21, and is an international environmental consultant. He was fluent in 13 languages, and had expertise in far-reaching fields … Read more

Barry Schwartz – The paradox of choice – Google Tech

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Google Tech Talk: The Choice Paradox Barry Schwartz, Professor of Social Theory and Social Action at Swarthmore College (US). In a lecture for Google Tech, psychologist Narry Schwartz takes a closer look at a central principle of Western society: Freedom of choice. Freedom of choice is of course also linked to the right to self-determination that is also at the … Read more

Arnold Mindell – Deep Democracy

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Deep Democracy is a natural process that takes place in all processes of community building, but often goes unnoticed or unused. Just as conventional democracy strives to involve all individuals involved in the political process, Deep Democracy goes a step further in striving for a deeper level of dialogue and inclusiveness that makes room for all people (with the individual … Read more

Ervin Laszlo – Integral consciousness in a self-actualizing universe

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Ervin Laszlo’s introductory lecture of the 1st Integral European Conference, 2014. The next conference will be held in 2016: http://IntegralEuropeanConference.com . Integral Consciousness in a Self-Actualizing Cosmos – professor Ervin Laszlo. Integral consciousness in a self-actualizing universe. Ervin László (born 1932) is a Hungarian philosopher of science. He holds a PhD from the Sorbonne and holds four honorary doctorates. He … Read more

Krishnamurti And Bohm – Dialogues

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Breaking the Pattern of Self-Centered Activity This very important work offers penetrating dialogues between the great spiritual leader and the famous physicist that shed light on the fundamental nature of existence.Jiddu Krishnamurti and David Bohm explore questions such as “why has humanity made thought so important in every aspect of life?How do you cleanse the mind of the “accumulation of … Read more

Karmapa: The Technology Of The Heart


Ogyen Trinley Dorje is the 17th Gyalwang Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorje is the 17th Gyalwang Karmapa, a respected figure in Tibetan Buddhism dedicated to preserving and spreading Buddhist teachings.He recounts how he was discovered as the reincarnation of a respected figure in Tibetan Buddhism.By telling his story, he encourages us to work not only on technology and design, but also … Read more

Eckhart Tolle – A New Earth

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A New Earth – Awakening to the Purpose of Your Life During a retreat in Costa Rica in 2004, Eckhart Tells Tolle how he called his new book. Building on the amazing success of The Power of Now, Eckhart Tolle gives readers an honest look at the current state of humanity: he begs us to see and accept that this … Read more

Sri Aurobindo – Evolutionary Philosophy

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A video produced by Auroville about the vision and work of Sri Aurobindo and the Mother, made entirely using computer motion graphics. It presents the evolutionary crisis, the two denials, and the synthesis of Consciousness and Power. For those who already know something about Sri Aurobindo and the Mother, the video offers a contemporary way to present their teachings. For … Read more

The Dalai Lama – 'The Universe In A Single Atom'


The Universe In A Single Atom’ How science and spirituality can serve our world In this rare personal investigation, His Holiness the Dalai Lama discusses his view of science and faith working hand in hand to alleviate human suffering. Drawing on a lifetime of scientific study and religious practice, he explores the great debates and makes astonishing connections between seemingly disparate … Read more

Fritjof Capra – System thinking


A lecture given at Schumacher College (UK), Dartington on 7 May 2014. System thinking and ecology The great challenge of our time is to build and nurture sustainable communities designed so that their way of life, physical structures and technologies do not interfere with nature’s inherent ability to sustain life. To do this requires a new ecological understanding of life, … Read more

Arne Naess – Deep Ecology

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Deep ecology is a recent branch of ecological philosophy (ecosophy) that considers man an integral part of his environment. Deep Ecology places more value on non-human species, ecosystems and processes in nature than established environmental and green movements. Deep Ecology has led to a new system of environmental ethics. Its core principle as originally developed is that of Næs’s doctrine … Read more

Stanislav Grof – Holotropic Breathwork

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Stanislav Coarse – The Healing Potential of Unusual States of Consciousness (Non-Ordinary States of Consciousness) Stanislav Grof is a psychiatrist with nearly 50 years of experience in researching unusual states of consciousness. He was the principal investigator in a psychedelic research program at the Psychiatric Research Institute in Prague, Czechoslovakia, head of psychiatric research at the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center, … Read more

Carl Jung – About Death

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Death, That Unproblematic End Of Individual Existence “I have often been asked what I believe about death, that unproblematic end of individual existence.Death is simply known to us as the end.It is the dot, often placed before the end of the sentence and followed only by memories of aftereffects in others.For the person concerned, however, the sand has run out … Read more