The Wisdom Codes Revealed with Gregg Braden and Nathan Crane

Gregg Braden is a five-time New York Times best-selling author, scientist, international educator and a renowned pioneer in the emerging paradigm based in science, spirituality, social policy and human potential. In this inspiring interview Nathan Crane interviews Gregg about his newest book “The Wisdom Codes: Ancient Words to Rewire Our Brains and Heal Our Hearts”…

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Why Trump and Clinton Are Perfect Presidents – Musings of Life, Nathan Crane (EP 005)

I’ve been concerned and sincerely questioning why Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton were the ideal candidates to represent the United States, and finally one day in deep reflection, the clarity came to me.  It’s not what you think… Subscribe to Nathan Crane’s Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheConsciousChannel Join Nathan’s Inspirational Newsletter: http://www.NathanCrane.com Attend Unify Fest in Santa Fe:…

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Generation Regeneration Radio Interview with Nathan Crane About UNIFY FEST, Sustainability, Ceremony, Overcoming Addiction and More!

“This week’s show will feature Nathan Crane, President of the Panacea Community, Executive Producer of UnifyFest, filmmaker and director. Nathan will introduce us to the Spiral of Sustainability that he developed, which has 7 levels. The first level corresponds to an unsustainable lifestyle, whereas the seventh corresponds to a completely sustainable lifestyle. He will walk…

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Where’s your mind? Did you lose it, or did it run away?

How many people do you know who still live their lives as if they were still in High School? How many people do you know that still live their lives as if they’re in Grade School? (Of course, not counting those who are still currently in Grade School or High School) But seriously, what happens…

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Can Using Your Cell Phone Cause Reduced Happiness, Poor Performance, and Anxiety?

An article recently published by Sam Goodwin on Headlines and Global News suggests that too much cell phone usage can cause reduced happiness, poor grades, and anxiety in college students…but what about everyone else? Sam writes, “On surveying more than 500 university students, Kent State University researchers found that students, who used cell phones frequently performed…

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