Snow, Cats and Evolution

Hello dear Friends! It is too cold to type much today, so here is a video I have made for you.  It will take just about 5 minutes of your time, and in it I tell you about the most amazing 3 days of this year, that I spent with Barbara Marx Hubbard. During January […]

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Psychological and Factual Memory

The difference between images projected onto a wall and those projected onto an open window is the difference between psychological and factual memory. The key to switching between the two lies in our willingness to experience memory in the physical body and hence to allow its liberation. Factual memory means what actually happened, as might […]

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The First Session

In your first session with an Awakening Coach, you explore the questionnaire that you completed. You are going to focus together on four really important questions: • What is your deepest longing? What are your aspirations, hopes, and dreams? These are big-picture questions, and do not need to be practical at all. Your coach wants […]

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Mess with your Sleep

Discover the innate assumptions you have about your sleeping patterns, then change them for a short period. Are you “not a morning person”? Do you “need a good eight hours”? Do you “turn into a pumpkin after nine in the evening”? Do you know for sure that these things are true? Perhaps with the help […]

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Changing

For almost all of us, we have tried to improve the quality of our lives by changing external things. We have tried to find the right partner; we have tried to find the perfect house with the perfect neighbors in the perfect community. We have tried to eat the right foods to have perfect health. […]

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Break Boundaries

Dana Lynne Andersen suggests that her students paint on newspaper to get away from the idea of a blank canvas. Sometimes she gives people just eight colors, and two minutes to cover the paper. Not much time to think: “As an art teacher, I’m a midwife, a facilitator. You can gauge the process and tell, […]

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Melting Resistance

The process of melting resistance is really the process of relaxing the grip of our accumulated systems of belief, which we often lump together and call “the mind.” We resist things as they are when they conflict with the way we think things should or should not be. The best place to start is to […]

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The Restaurant

“Pull over here,” said Joey. I was surprised at his choice. The Terrace is a fashionable up-market restaurant, about 40 minutes out of town, just off the road. It has magnificent views of the surrounding canyon, thickly covered with trees. The walls on all sides are glass, floor to ceiling, with no interior walls, so […]

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The Antidote

There are a few very simple, undeniable, and basic observations we can make about the state of being human. First, we are all in some way or other constantly preoccupied with changing phenomena. Human consciousness is continually tracking something that is changing. Have you noticed? This activity is almost unceasing except at night, when there […]

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True Awakening

Whenever anyone has a moment of true awakening, where awareness genuinely touches into itself, and recognizes itself as infinite and always at peace, it seems to be the end of everything. It is the end of seeking, the end of self-improvement. When you realize, “I am not the person I thought I was, I am […]

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