What is causing all the inflight fights and what can we do about it?
Using compassion and awareness to explore memories that entangle us.
The wondrous don’t-know mindI’ve just finished reading Bill Bryson’s classic book A Short History of Nearly Everything, in which he
When we’re fighting each other, it’s because we can’t see each other as intrinsically interconnected expressions of life. Instead, we focus on our perceived differences and weave threads of assumptions, opinions, projections, stereotypes, etc. into thought veils that blind us.
Over 2500 years ago, when Siddhartha Gautama sat under the Bodhi tree intent on awakening, he was repeatedly taunted by
In our veil metaphor for the patterns our thoughts take, sometimes we discover tight knots. Here’s how to loosen them up and discover joy where there had been only pain.
Veils as a metaphor for patterns of thought that distract us from the present moment. Examples include the fear of falling.
When your mind wanders, where does it go?
In a recent promotion on Amazon my book Asking In, Six Empowering Questions Only You Can Answer. rose in the
What in the natural world inspires you to awe? And what wise action does that awe inspire?