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Issue Preview – Finding Your Element: A Conversation with Eckhart Tolle & Sir Ken Robinson

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Friday Video: Eckhart Tolle is joined by bestselling author and innovative educator Sir Ken Robinson to discuss the common threads of their transformational teachings. Eckhart talks about the “how” of personally experiencing life versus the “what” and its profound effects on our moments of experience for ourselves and others; how changing our attention on the smallest of things can expand into the largest of things for our life, our future, and the lives of others.
Sir Ken Robinson speaks of how humans are so different from any other species when it comes to using our imaginations; how we are capable of creating and recreating each moment, empathy and how it effects us worldwide. Humans can see things differently, they can change their attitude about “life”.

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