Tag Archives: Gay Hendricks
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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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An Epidemic of Awakening

Two thousand five hundred years ago, there was a prince in India, named Siddhartha. He was destined to be the next king. But he had such a strong longing that he left everything. He left his wife, his young baby, and his kingdom. He went traveling. He tried everything to find freedom, to find himself. […]

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Overcoming Fear of Success

Consider the sad and ominous story of JasonRussell. His name may have already flashed past you by now, in the whirlwind of current events. So let me remind you: Along with three of his buddies, Jason created the film Kony 2012, which attracted more than 80 million hits on Youtube a few weeks ago. I […]

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Do Collective Apologies Heal or Harm?

It’s hard to believe that 150 years ago, white people owned black people in 23 states. Slavery ended with the surrender of General Lee in 1865. Chief Justice Roger Taney, on behalf of the U.S. Supreme Court, wrote in 1857 that black people were “so far inferior that they had no rights which the white […]

What an evening!

Hey! Did you catch our conversation tonight with Gay and Kathlyn Hendricks?  We loved everything that unfolded. If you missed it, please listen to the replay here. If you were on the call, please post your comments and reactions with the “Add a Comment” link above So much love to you! Arjuna and Chameli

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Relationship as a Practice

Here is a passage from my 2005 Bestseller, “The Translucent Revolution.” As with every other area of our lives, there is a symbiotic relationship between the depth of our translucence and the way we view otherness. Translucence naturally shifts our habits of relating, without our doing anything about it. We have less to defend as […]