This “Pretty Ugly” Poem Invites Us To Examine Our Self-Talk & Perspective
It could certainly be argued that a large amount of the social content in our modern experience tends to invoke a sense that we are merely the unrealized versions of the self that we are told that we should be.
The Perception of Being
Are they speaking and seeing the true you — the core you of you — or simply their perception of what they consider ‘you’ to be?
14 Manly P. Hall Quotes on Wisdom, Symbolism, Knowledge & Understanding
In the theme of examining our perceptions, Manly P. Hall invites us to explore concepts and understandings through a new lens; whether you agree with him on any topic or not, Hall’s life-long dedication to information is reflected in his dialectic, through which he languages in his books and lectures.
We Have Fractured Ourselves Through Our Thinking | Rumi’s Timeless Wisdom
We have become fractured, or perhaps more appropriately, we have neglected our own fracturing as it is no longer identified as a concern.
The Great Accomplishment Of Authentic Self Despite The World Around Us
The ‘greatest accomplishment’ of Emerson is often unrecognized and frequently despised; to stay rooted in the authentic Self, despite the societal and relational pulls to ‘be’ something more convenient for others, is a silent victory for the inner hero.
Meaning & Possibility In Our Shifting World | Lessons From Ray Dalio & Ken Wilber
There is much discussion around a coming shift; some say it has already arrived. Ken Wilber, Ray Dalio, and others provide some interesting answers that we can expand into meaning and possibility.
We Too Easily Forget That We Live In A Nearly Endless Universe
In our daily mundane lives it is entirely too easy to experience an amnesia as to our very limited placement in a nearly-endless universe.
Fear & Fantasy | The Magic of Beginnings
We tend to think dualistically of fear and fantasy; the two great opposing psychic forces that do battle for our higher focus…
Nature & The Illusion of Separation | Earth Day 2022
When were humans and our subsequent tools and creations separated from Nature?
The Death Of Meaning & Wonderment In The Mundane World
We have developed a society that prioritizes what works mechanically and functionally over meaningful experiences and routines; we have lost value in the meaning of things.