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Check out this interesting new concept for a video game designed by Deepak Chopra. It's seems to be designed in a way that we use technology to interact with the seven chakras or energy centres in our body. Through these experiences we will hopefully increase...

The Sheepdogs Source: thesheepdogs.com via Brandon on Pinterest ; A friend of mine who runs a magazine out of Vancouver, The Lab Magazine, turned me on to these guys from Saskatoon a while ago. He just finished doing a photo shoot with them, and said not only were...

Inspiring Kid Learns how to ride a bike, and is clearly stoked! Last time I felt this pumped up is when I learned to surf. Take the kid's advice, if we believe in ourselves we can do anything!...

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Cool magician who fuses technology and magic to create engaging presentations. I appreciate people who are inspired to reinvigorate old practices with new creative twists. Let us know what you think!...

We are all becoming painfully aware that our current mode of living is unsustainable and that we are actually jeopardizing and hindering  the future generation of children being born. We need look outside our normal realm of awareness to the visionaries, and agents of change...

Here are Jason Silva's meditations of the nature of inspiration in an ever evolving world. ...

“We sometimes encounter people, even perfect strangers, who begin to interest us at first sight, somehow suddenly, all at once, before a word has been spoken.” Fydor Dostoevsky   Brandon Nadeau Photography For more of the inspiring people I've come across in my travels click here....

This is from a research paper I did in my final year of university in regards to perception and positive psychology. It was incredibly rewarding at the time, and I hope its at all helpful to you.... We all desire to be happy, yet we are conditioned to search for this “happiness” outside ourselves, in a never ending pursuit of material pleasures. We are conditioned to believe that by getting “the bigger house, the better job, the faster car, etc” we will fulfill the magic formula for our happiness. Unfortunately studies have shown that these things just don't correlate to lasting increases in happiness. Happiness needs to be approached as a life long “project”, which requires sustained effort, creativity, and internal motivation. But I assure you the rewards of this pursuit will far outweigh the required effort on your part. Comparatively, happier people have stronger immune systems, have higher salaries, better social networks, more resilient in the face of hardships, physically healthier, greater energy levels, and greater self-confidence and self-esteem, to name a just a few of the rewards.

— Inspiration of the Moment