Chinese Opera Veil

Kitsilano Beach to the Chinese Opera

I met a beautiful women from Beijing, at Kitsilano Beach. On an impulse I invited her to the Chinese Opera and to my delight she said yes. It wasn’t completely planned or by accident, the tickets had been given to me by friends, one of whom was singing in the cast of performers. To protect […]

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Promenade with palm trees at Putrajaya lake near Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Forest City, Malaysia

Forest City in Malaysia is a visionary project, of a scale and scope hard to describe without geographical context. Singapore is a success story, so Malaysia copied Shenzehen idea, which was to build a city facing Hong Kong to mimic and then surpass. The infrastructure is in place for Malaysia to grow for decades from […]

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A Word to the Wise

A Word to the Wise

Dr. Nicolas Kimaz, N.D. has created and produced 4 Wisdoms, from case study in an amazing career of breakthrough coaching, plus a lifetime of extraordinary experience, helping famous movers and shakers from all over the world. Starting from Naturalistic healing, graduating into deeply spiritual motivational healing, from which he created Transphenomenal Breathwork. The 4 Wisdoms […]

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My Path to Peace

My Path to Peace

Peace is a concept that is much deeper when you internalize it. Is there a living human being that has no conflict, between the mind and heart? Sure the pursuit of happiness is what drive us but do we know the way? Please indulge me here, as I describe how I found my path. Do […]

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Tree of life on a rhyton from Marlik, Iran, currently at the National Museum of Iran.

Tree of Life and the Devils Tower National Monument

Tree of life on a rhyton from Marlik, Iran, currently at the National Museum of Iran. The Tree of Life is on my mind lately, so I wanted to post some more information about massive trees but it was the notion that the Devils Tower National Monument may have been a tree. What’s your first […]

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Sushi, Set, Nigiri, Maki, Fish, Raw, Salmon, Rice

Sushi, Sashimi and Tempura with Love from Japan

A culture so awesome that even it’s food is renowned worldwide and loved by Sushi enthusiasts in any great food city, in every place with any restaurant culture, there’s always a spot to find the most distinctive cuisine on the planet, the unique tastes of Sushi, Sashimi and Tempura. Vancouver, Canada is an Asian foodie […]

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Lebanon cedar icon

Cedars of Lebanon

My entire life I’ve held a reverence for giant trees, even planted a couple hundred thousand seedlings in British Columbia, in hopes they would one day fill the patches that had been logged but always in my travels, I’ve been in awe of ancient trees. Today I was researching the Cedars of Lebanon to discover […]

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Lion of Judah on a Rasta Van

Lion of Judah

Lion of Judah on a Rasta Van Once upon a time, I was in Haight-Ashbury of San Francisco and bought a huge fabric mural wall hanging of Bob Marley with a smile, which adorns an entrance wall in my home. It completely covers the wall with Rasta colors, and has a Lion of Judah in […]

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Minds Bill of Rights

Minds Bill of Rights

Minds Bill of Rights Protects Ideas Minds is officially adopting the Manila Principles On Intermediary Liability, a digital bill of rights, outlined by the Electronic Frontier Foundation and other leading digital rights organizations. The principles have been endorsed by nearly 300 leading press freedom and technology policy organizations and individuals. They act as a guideline […]

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brain power

Breathwork, breakthroughs and brain power

There will always be two witnesses, in everything in life, and breathing is a perfect example. Inhale and think about it…. breath is everything…. exhale and forget about it…. you’ll just inhale another, and another, without evening thinking about it. Duality is us. Being in the world, not of it, using the mind to seek […]

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