What I Thought About I Can Do It! Perth – Geire Kami

If there’s anything that sums up the I Can Do It! Weekend I attended in Perth, it would be a snippet of Matthew Arnold’s poem called The Buried Life: But often, in the world’s most crowded streets, But often, in the din of strife, There rises an unspeakable desire After the knowledge of our buried … Continue reading

Healthy Habit #3: Pray – Gregg Braden

PRAYER IS PERHAPS ONE of the most ancient and mysterious of human experiences. It’s also one of the most personal. Even before the word prayer appeared in spiritual practices, the oldest records of the Christian and Gnostic traditions used words such as communion to describe our ability to speak with the unseen forces of the … Continue reading

What It’s Like to Meet the Authors Who Have Changed My Life – One Fan Shares Her Story

By Michelle Buchanan For years I’ve wanted to attend a Louise Hay’s “Hay House” I Can Do It Conference in the States. Basking in four glorious days of back to back keynotes, workshops and seminars with some of the world’s best spiritual and self development authors of our time, some of which I’ve admired for … Continue reading

What Is I CAN DO IT?

In the world of personal development and growth, there is no bigger event than I CAN DO IT! I CAN DO IT! is one of the most inspirational, multi-speaker events throughout the world, running for a whole weekend, where authors and their fans gather together for enriching workshops and seminars on personal growth and enlightenment. … Continue reading

2012: Armageddon or the Second Eden? – Gregg Braden

Ancient traditions viewed time as a never-ending dance of cycles  – great waves of energy that pulse across the universe, linking the past and the future in their journey. Modern science seems to agree. A growing body of evidence suggests that time’s waves, and the history within them, repeat as cycles within cycles. As each … Continue reading

Fractal Time – Gregg Braden

Did you know that all events – from war and peace between nations, to personal relationships and familial hardships – are actually the repeating patterns of our past? According to bestselling author Gregg Braden, as each pattern returns, it carries the same conditions of previous cycles. These are called fractal patterns – able to be known, measured, and predicted! In Fractal Time, Braden merges ancient and modern world views into a powerful new model of time.