Resolving Problems

I’ve written before on very practical ways of solving problems. I’d like to take a more energetic look at the subject because sometimes the problems are showing up due to how we’re being internally. For …

Four Kinds of Happiness

In a recent article on Huffington Post, they mention: “In his book Learned Optimism, Martin Seligman, a leading authority in the fields of Positive Psychology and resilience who studies emotionally successful lives, identifies three distinct …

Memories Are Made Of

“When you remember a past event, you are actually remembering the last time you remembered it, not the actual event. ” (unknown) As various experiments have shown, our memories tend to evolve over time. The …

The SAND Conference

Once a year in the US, the Science and Nonduality conference (SAND) is held in the fall in California. I’ve been invited to speak there on my Stages model this October. It will be an …

On Guides and Awakening

In this talk on Guides and Awakening, healer and spiritual teacher Kristin Kirk talks about their role in her own shift and how this is not contrary to non-duality. She uses the word “Guides” in …

The Dynamics of Self

On a recent retreat, Lorne Hoff briefly mentioned the correspondence of individual and cosmic. It’s a useful note to make. As is described in philosophies like the Indian Samkhya, our personhood has a three-fold structure …

Emotional Diversity

There’s an interesting change in group consciousness that’s happened in very recent times I’ve heard a couple of people mention but which is largely unrecognised in the wider community. And yet it has made a …