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posted March 04, 2009 08:14 AM              Reply w/Quote
This is interesting. However, I am beginning to believe in Free Will now. I think in every moment of our lives we are making a basic chose to act in love (in benefit of the whole) or in selfishness.

But I agree with a lot of what this man says....I think there is definitely a hand that guides our fate also....whether or not it is all governed by past karmic events.....according to the work of physicist Nassim Haramein the universe is both deterministic and makes sense.

I agree with him that "the law of attraction" is better named "the law of effect".

Mark Abadi was born and raised in Manchester, England and had an interest in people and their views on life from a very early age. After reading his first psychology BSc (Hons) degree at Cardiff University between 1996 and 2000 he felt there was something missing from the psychology literature so he explored complementary medicine and achieved several diplomas in Holistic Medicine. Mark became qualified in Aromatherapy, Reflexology, Deep tissue massage, Stress Massage, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Indian Head Massage, Diet and Nutrition and Counselling in 2001.

Mark was then enticed back to University by the dynamic Professor Amanda Griffiths and the renowned Professor Tom Cox, who pioneered a new Masters course at the University of Nottingham. The Institute of Work Health and Organisations (I-WHO), Nottingham provided the first course in the world integrating health and occupational psychology. Mark understood that to truly make a change in the world one must effect the place where most people spend a majority of their! He completed his Masters in Occupational Health Psychology in 2002, writing a dissertation on the effects of light on levels of satisfaction and well being at an ccell phone company call centre.

It is Mark's ultimate desire to push forward the boundaries of modern psychological and physiological understanding of integrated health and wellbeing. With a traditional and non traditional scientific training he has the ability to bridge the gap between science and spirituality, connecting the ?dots? of all maverick scientists and healers with those of a more traditional nature for the advancement of Humanity.

We interviewed Mark at the ISSSEEM Conference in Boulder, Colorado in 2007.

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posted March 04, 2009 08:49 AM              Reply w/Quote
Not sure whether the link works properly all the way through, I think I only saw the second half of the interview the first time (on Edge channel). But there are some other great interviews there too.

"It was one of those days when it's a minute away from snowing and there's this electricity in the air, you can almost hear it. And this bag was like, dancing with me. Like a kid begging me to play with it. For fifteen minutes. And that's the day I realized there's this entire life behind things, and....this incredibly benevolent force, that wanted me to know there's no reason to be afraid, ever".

~Quote from American Beauty

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