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Omega: Can you explain how the brain’s way of learning sets us up for addiction?

Judson: Our brains operate with a reward-based learning system, or habit loop, that has a couple of key pieces: a...

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Omega: How did you develop your natural talent for communicating with spirits and what practices remain important to you today?

Tony: I was very lucky, because I was invited to join a development...

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Omega: What's Buddism's take on happiness?

Robert: Buddhism has a very positive view of life. Buddha, when he became enlightened, smiled with glee and happiness. He was actually announcing that...

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Omega: Which love came first for you: love for comedy or love for personal transformation?

Kyle: Comedy is what I did first, but I never saw comedy or personal transformation as something I should...

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Omega: What’s the best action to take when we notice fear popping up, especially when it comes to making decisions?

don Miguel Jr.: I work with the idea of coming to peace with fear. We need to respect...

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Omega: You grew up with a sign above your bed that said, "If you don't do it, it won't get done." Can you talk about our cultural obsession with hard work and how that influenced your life?

Tosha: I...

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Omega: What are the main messages women receive about their bodies?

Melody: Women are told that our bodies are literally who we are—that we are objects. We are seen, praised, and celebrated for our...

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Omega: Who has been the greatest mentor of your life's work in water reclamation?

John: My...

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Omega: In The Way of Qigong, you talk about the concept of going with the flow. How does that idea apply to our...