Personal/Spiritual Growth Articles
Produced and narrrated by Far Out Radio Host, Scott Teeters. Info and graphics with permission from WikiHow.com
17 Steps as to How To Identify A Psychopath/Sociopath from WikiHow
written and produced by Scott Teeters, Host of Far Out Radio.
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Hi, this is Scott Teeters, host and producer of Far Out Radio and I’m here today to talk about the Expansion and Contraction of Time. “Time” is something that people have been talking about, probably for a “long time.” Now that I’m into my sixth decade of living, I can honestly say that I can’t ever recall a time when I ever heard someone say, “You know, there’s PLENTY of time!”
Welcome to Far Out Radio Speaks Out Video Series with presenter, Karen Teeters. Our narrated article is The simplest way to get — and stay — happy, according to psychologists. Originally published on www.businessinsider.com.
by JESSICA ORWIG AND ERIN BRODWIN
When was the last time you felt a light-hearted awareness where you had a skip in your step, care-free grin on your face, and overwhelming sense that despite what happened, everything was going to work out?
excerpted from The Matrix of Four: The Philosophy of the Duality of Polarity by Ethan Indigo Smith
Characterized by how they respond to information, modern societies are made up of four archetypes of people — idiots, zealots, elitists and patriots. Idiots refuse information, zealots refute information, elitists misuse information and patriots seek and distribute information. These archetypes are true of patriarchal societies around the world, and has probably been the case since Homo habilis was a boy.
While consistent across cultures, these archetypes have been subdivided in many ways, have borne countless different names, and their attitudes toward one another have varied (slightly) from age to age. But the essential dynamics of society have never altered. Even after enormous upheavals and irrevocable changes, the same pattern has historically reasserted itself over time, just as gravity finds equilibrium.
as republished from the-open-mind.com preface by Gregg Prescott, M.S.
I often ask people, “What would you be doing if there was no such thing as money?” Some people will answer along the lines of, “That would be impossible to fathom” or look at me as if I’m crazy without realizing how trapped within the system that they have become.
Would the fry cook at McDonald’s still be making french fries if there was no such thing as money? Probably not, but he or she might be doing something in the culinary arts field or in agriculture to help feed others.