Transformation

Your one wild and precious life

The unconventional rule-breaker Chris Guillebeau has written a book - The Art of NonConformity - that has struck such a deep chord in me. A chord that is resonating down to the inner cave where...

Awareness Is The Only Discipline

In the final analysis, awareness is the only discipline. You can transform the world simply by being aware of it. But most of us are not aware. We are just thinking. For a few minutes...

Steve Jobs, Yom Kippur, and the Eternal Mystery

I was never emotionally attached to Steve Jobs in the way many of his fans were, though I have certainly admired his Herculean technical accomplishments. But his untimely death, just before Yom Kippur—the Jewish...
Anthony Lawlor

Freedom from Limits and Living in Radiant Wisdom

This course gives you powerful tools for navigating challenges and enhancing the spiritual awakenings of your life journey.
Stephanie Cowell

Searching for Upgraded and Improved Versions of Me

I was under three years old when I had my first sinking feeling that I did not quite measure up to what I was supposed to be. There was a sadness in my tummy as I lowered my eyes. My world was full of tall, magnificent people who knew a great many things. How would I ever become like that?

TRUE INTIMACY

  True intimacy is to welcome every sensation just as it arises. To be at home in the present instant without labels of better or worse, without preferring what should be to what is: such immediate...

Bridging The Gap

Selective consciousness compressing non-linear time Into moments we can remember as renewable sources of energy Opening our hearts to these new perceptions Every life process holds the potential for us to become whole again From everything intangible beyond...

A 9-Year-Old’s Hidden Self

--by Jacob Needleman (Apr 12, 2011) Listen To Reading! The quality and strength of Lobsang's inner being was also brought home to me through an event that took place in my home.  After one of his weekends working...

Trust and transformation

As long as we are enmeshed in the identities of the past, we can accumulate reasons to trust or keep our reasons for not trusting — it doesn’t matter, because we will still be...

Death as Sacred

I’ve just begun reading “Visions, Trips and Crowded Rooms”by David Kessler:  “Who and What you see before you die.”  Within myself there is something more than mere curiosity at the experience of dying.  Fascination? ...