April 7, 2020
  • 5:34 pm 6 Weekly Rituals That Have Completely Changed My Life
  • 4:34 pm A Money Manifesting Ritual (with Landria Onkka)
  • 4:34 pm A Simple Druid’s Rite – The Lego Core Order of Ritual (with voiceover)
  • 1:34 pm POWERFUL Hypnotic SLEEP (ASMR) • MONEY & ABUNDANCE Soothing Meditation
  • 1:34 pm Guided meditation for students
Guided meditation for students
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Phi110: Taoism
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Life and Death: Mysteries and Meanings | HKPolyUx on edX

NARRATOR: We face life and death all the time, but we don’t know the ultimate answer until you think about it. Our journey starts with a micro movie. A fatal accident happens. [MUSIC PLAYING] Confronting matters of life and death. [SPEAKING NON-ENGLISH] NARRATOR: Does religion help? [SPEAKING NON-ENGLISH] NARRATOR: Can suicide redeem us? [SPEAKING NON-ENGLISH] […]

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Indus Valley Civilization  | Early Civilizations | World History | Khan Academy

– [Narrator] As we’ve talked about in multiple videos, some of the earliest civilizations we have found have been around river valleys, and that is no coincidence because some of the first agriculture emerged around river valleys and the agriculture supported higher population densities and more sedentary populations, and allowed for more specialization. And we […]

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Theravada and Mahayana Buddhism | World History | Khan Academy

– [Instructor] What I’d like to do in this video is talk about the major schools of Buddhism as it is practiced today. And it can be broadly divided into Theravada Buddhism, which means school of the elder monks, and Mahayana Buddhism, which means great vehicle. Maha for great. So first on the commonalities. Now […]

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Bhakti movement | World History | Khan Academy

– [Instructor] In other videos we have talked about the various empires of India as we exit the Vedic period. We talk about the Maurya Empire famous for the ruler Ashoka who converts and then spreads Buddhism. As we get into the Common Era we’ve talked about the Gupta Empire that once again unifies much […]

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Phi110: Who was Buddha?

We’re going to move to Indian Buddhism. Buddhism is a world religion. You have different flavors of Buddhism spreading throughout the world, in not only India, but South Asia, Southeast Asia, China, Tibet, Japan, and more recently to Western nations as well. We’re going to look first at Indian Buddhism, where the original schools, the […]

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Hindu gods overview | World History | Khan Academy

– [Instructor] Hinduism is often known for its large and complex pantheon of gods. The goal of this video is to give an overview of them and to think about how they are connected, and how they are perceived. So the Hindu Trinity, as it is often called, is made up of Shiva, Vishnu and […]

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Comparative roles of women in Rome and Han China | World History | Khan Academy

– [Sal] I’m here with Eman El-Sheikh, Khan Academy’s World History Fellow. The question I have, Eman, is, history often focuses on men, but clearly, women were playing a significant role, but how much can we know about women, say, 2,000 years ago? – [Eman] So, when we talk about the lives of women in […]

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Confucius and Confucianism

– [Narrator] Now I’m going to talk about one of the greatest philosophers and teachers in human history, and that is Confucius, known to the Chinese as Kongzi, which means Master Kong, or Kong Fuzi, which means Grand Master Kong. And once again, my apologies for my pronunciation. The word Confucius is a Latinization of […]

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