Magician for Parties and Events in Salt Lake City

Our magic show has been seen by over 40,000 students in Utah. The lead magician, Steffan Soule, will donate a portion of the proceeds from every performance for groups in Salt Lake City to the Golden Rule Project. If you are looking for a great magic show or an entertaining presentation for your conference, book […]

Creativity: Educating the Heart and Mind

In this wonderful video, the Dalai Lama, spiritual guru Eckhart Tolle, education enthusiast Sir Ken Robinson, Murray Gell-Mann, and Matthieu Ricard discuss a very intriguing topic: creativity. In particular, we love Sir Ken Robinson’s contribution starting at 29:17. Here he identifies several problems with our current “industrialized” model of education, and offers creativity as a positive […]

Golden Rule Shuffle

In the ordinary shuffle of life, we can engage with the Golden Rule shuffle. It is a practice, to keep your attention on your self and the others around you. When we do the Golden Rule shuffle, the idea of “treating others how you would like to be treated” becomes more and more obvious, more […]

#IWishMyTeacherKnew shares students’ heartbreak, hopes

The following is taken from “It’s the simplest possible assignment, but it always teaches a huge lesson. Every year, Denver teacher Kyle Schwartz passes out Post-it notes to her third grade students and asks them to complete the sentence, ‘I wish my teacher knew…’ ” Click the link below to see some of the […]

On mindfulness and being present: How busy-ness affects ethical living

By Teresa Jordan — Benjamin Franklin was in his early 20s when he embarked on what he called his “bold and arduous project of arriving at moral perfection.” He set out 13 virtues including order, industry, sincerity and humility, and made a chart in which he tracked each virtue for a week at a time and marked his transgressions. He could run through his list four times over the course of a year…