Over the next few months, we will introduce seven categories of Bodhi Talks, and this is our first: Personal Development and Self-Improvement. What are Bodhi Talks? Beginning in the 1970s, the original Bodhi Tree bookstore in Los Angeles held events featuring readings, interviews and lectures by authors, thought leaders, healers, philosophers, teachers and scientists. Thankfully, these Talks were recorded and have been digitally remastered so that we can still learn from their insights today. We are honored to share these words of wisdom with you now in a lifetime subscription here.    

Bodhi Talks on Personal Development and Self-Improvement

Much of Western society has been based upon a human desire to develop and improve—be it economically, in mind, body and even spirit—especially as we age. The Personal Development & Self-Improvement Bodhi Talks share the wisdom of thought leaders who help guide us toward our best selves. Paulo Coelho reads from his book The Alchemist, a journey so profoundly human, it can’t help but probe the deepest spiritual questions of our time. Marc Allen’s Talk offers step-by-step instructions on how to create the business organization of your dreams. Marianne Williamson suggests that the practice of love is the only true reality, and further explains that it’s through our own mistakes, both personally and collectively, that true positive change can come. Furthermore, Robert Aiken encourages his American students to study the art and poetry of Zen Buddhism as a path toward Enlightenment. Brandon Bays, who speaks of the self-healing process of cellular regeneration (based on the physical link between suppressed negative emotions and cellular disease), defines a practical way to free our blocked cell receptors via an “inner journey.”

All of these individual Bodhi Talks are insightful on their own, though in conjunction, they may provide you with just what’s necessary to propel you on your journey toward your highest potential. Although we’re spotlighting just one Bodhi Talk category, we’ve released a total of 26 Talks in this first offering, covering a range of topics. Stay tuned for more spotlights on each of the seven categories. In the meantime, you can listen to audio samples of these 26 Talks and learn more about this bundled subscription here. Or simply listen to the luminaries mentioned in this story here…

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