Monthly Archives: May 2012

Australia ranked number one in OECD Better Life Index. The Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) released the current results of its detailed survey of 24 indicators in 11 categories–ranging from civic engagement to environmental quality–across its member states.

These information are provided by Bloomberg:

Overall Rank: 1st
Population: 21 million
Highest Score: Community (9.6)
Lowest Score: Income (4.5)

The land Down Under is known for its relaxed lifestyle and strong cohesion. Australia has one of the highest scores in the world for community (measured by strength of social network) and civic engagement (measured by voter turnout and trust in public institutions). It also enjoys high ratings for health, safety, and environment. Australia scores less well in wealth and income, due to relatively low savings and a growing gap between rich and poor.

Overall Rank: 2nd
Population: 4.7 million
Highest Score: Environment, Life Satisfaction (tied at 9.2)
Lowest Score: Income (3.9)

Overall Rank: 3rd
Population: 304.2 million
Highest Score: Income (10)
Lowest Score: Work-Life Balance (5.7)

Overall Rank: 4th
Population: 9.2 million
Highest Score: Environment (10)
Lowest Score: Income (4.9)

Overall Rank: 5th
Population: 5.5 million
Highest Score: Life Satisfaction (10)
Lowest Score: Income (4.0)

Overall Rank: 6th
Population: 33.1 million
Highest Score: Safety (9.0)
Lowest Score: Civic Engagement (5.6)

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“Arts of Conscience: Speaker and film series” runs in Vancouver on June 11-15, 2012. At VanCity Theatre, 1181 Seymour St., Vancouver, BC.


INITIATIVES: 5:30-7:00.
Admission for INITIATIVES is $5.00. Tickets at the door.

DINNER BREAK 7:00-8:00

IDEAS and IMAGES: 8:00-10.00.
Admission for IDEAS and IMAGES is $11. Tickets at the door or at


Monday, June 11th:

INITIATIVES 5:30-7:00 Speaker: Judith Marcuse, internationally renowned dancer/choreographer and Director of the International Centre of Art for Social Change at SFU
IDEAS AND IMAGES 8:00-10:00 Speaker: Max Wyman, OC, Former President of the Canadian Commission to Unesco, Author of “The Defiant Imagination
Tuesday, June 12th
INITIATIVES 5:30-7:00 Speaker: Cyndy Chwelos, Program Director at Moberly Arts and Cultural Centre
IDEAS AND IMAGES 8:00-10:00 Speaker: Laura Barron, Instruments of Change, and Garrett Rubin, student activist at the Eastman School, University of Rochester
Wednesday, June 13th
INITIATIVES 5:30-7:00 Speaker: Reena Lazar, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Peace it Together, award-winning film project for youth from Israel, Palestine, and Canada
IDEAS AND IMAGES 8:00-10:00 Speaker: Reena Lazar
Thursday, June 14th
INITIATIVES 5:30-7:00 Speaker: David Diamond, Artistic Director of the groundbreaking Headlines Theatre
IDEAS AND IMAGES 8:00-10:00 Speaker: Susan Summers, President of the British Columbia Music Therapy Association of British Columbia
Friday, June 15th
INITIATIVES 5:30-7:00 Speaker: Dr. Susan O’Neill, Professor of Music Psychology at SFU and Director of the Research in Youth, Music, and Education Project (RYME).
IDEAS AND IMAGES 8:00-10:00 Speaker: Sam Sullivan, CM, former Mayor of Vancouver, Founder, Disability Foundation and related its Societies, and the Global Civic Policy Society.

Moringa Oleifera as featured Dr. Oz Show. This is a short video about it:

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Enjoy A Brand New World by Joe Wilson. This song was inspired by Eckhart Tolle’s “The Power of Now”.

A wonderful event for everyone who enjoyed sharing presence with Constance, Eckhart’s publisher, and for everyone who did not manage to come and would like another opportunity to meet her. Please note that Constance kindly decided to make this available FREE for participants.

Miracle Making, Magical Stories and Inspired Song: a collaborative experience in consciousness, intention and love that’s sure to touch your heart, boggle your mind and open doors to un-dreamed possibilities.

Lynn Woodland, author of Making Miracles and Constance Kellough, President of Namaste Publishing and Author of The Leap. With opening music by Theda Phoenix, Intuitive Singer, Song-Writer

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Bruce Lipton is working on a new book titled The Honeymoon Effect. The Honeymoon Effect is based on Bruce Lipton’s research, and workshops.

In October 2012, Bruce H. Lipton will be speaking in Denmark, about “The Honeymoon Effect: The Science of Creating Heaven on Earth” and Saturday, “The Science of Personal and Global Transformation”. Quoting from one of his talks (courtesy of Moment 2 Moment blog) Lipton said “We are a reflection of light. We are filled with energy. We emit energy. Our energy brings us all the things that we manifest. We manifest disharmony when we move out of the honeymoon phase”.

Bruce Lipton says we can experience the honeymoon effect, with the Science of Creating Heaven on Earth, by:
– becoming aware of the state we are, harmony or disharmony
– perform a review of our subconscious mind
– reprogram our subconscious mind
– communicate what we are experiencing
– give ourselves time to change, old habits may continue to recur until the changes stick
– keep practising, until it becomes our nature

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Zen Free Online Training Course. Time for 15 minutes zazen.

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