The purpose of relationships is to increase your “differentiation”, and thus your full human potential. To have a better relationship, and to really love consciously, you need to learn to be different.
How does one live a complete, full and beautiful life? Dharma Teachers Doug & Catherine Sensei share about ‘Complete Livelihood’ and the wisdom and vision it offers for one to live a life truly worth living.
It’s a complicated and stressful world for many. Too often we are so caught up in the struggle for connection and safety that we forget to have a vision about what our life could be. A life lived in the awareness and wonder of life’s mystery is the Mystical Life.
How might one attain to spiritual awakening in the modern world, in these complex times? In this article we look back at the two main historical models for spiritual training, and propose a contemporary approach for today.
Donald Trump’s view won’t work. It represents regression. He’s a temporary phenomenon heralding the death throws of selfish capitalism. Have patience. Planetary consciousness is already here. And it will trump what didn’t work.
The spiritual adventure of spaciousness and attentiveness engages us with the vast mystery of life. Using reliable, balanced paths help integrate this. The Four Foundations of Mindfulness and the Seven Factors of Awakening are two great tools.
Most of us spend a large percentage of our lives at our workplace. How can my work life really support and contribute to my spiritual growth and vice versa? Guest Dharma writer Duncan Cryle shares his experiences in the Fortune 500 workplace.
Western culture has its own traditions of spirituality and transcendence. These can be called the Western, or Divine Mysteries. What are these mysteries and why did they go underground? How can you practice and explore their message of united consciousness?
When we know that something isn’t working, and we’ve tried everything you can think of and it still isn’t working, are we ready to risk the unknown and truly make a change?
For many years I thought meditation was about “feeling good”. And by integrating the focus on spacious emptiness, meditation came to life. It is now more like a journey. And yes, it still feels good, but it is not about the “good feeling”. It is about the journey. The constant changes are happening. There is no ground to stand on.