Katy Perry is live streaming her life for 4 days to launch her new album – Witness – and it’s upcoming tour.
On Friday morning (Jun 9th) she spent an hour at her beautiful LA home (in her pajamas) with Transcendental Meditation teacher and David Lynch Foundation. Executive Director Bobby Roth (his segment starts at ~6min 30secs), along with MTV and E! News host Zuri Hall, discussing what TM is and how it works (and actually practices it live), as well as speaking with Boulder Crest Retreat’s Executive Director and TM teacher Dusty Baxley.
Thanks to Steven M. Guich, Ph.D
Bob Roth on NBC.
Wholeness is from the simple definition, it is everything. Whole, it is holy, there is a holy value, which is holistic. There is wholeness, everything… puts everything together. There are different levels of wholeness, you have the whole is more than the sum of its parts. You get an entity, which is made out of elements. These elements constitute values of that entity. But, you don’t appreciate that entity until you see more than the parts, and you see how the parts come together to form something that is a human being, that is a flower, that is… music or a symphony whatever it is there is a wholeness in that reality.
When we talk about real wholeness it is the wholeness of everything in life, which means when we put all the parts of life together what do we get? When we put the trees with the flowers, with the human beings, with the buildings, with the animals, with the galaxies, with the entire planetary systems and stars and with the details of the people and societies and life as a whole we get the grand wholeness of existence. That is life itself… So it is a way of seeing the totality of life the wholeness of life beyond its specificities.