By enhancing our ability to look and listen within, we access greater awareness and creative power to shape our world and be a force for good. If you don’t know what awareness truly is and how to use it, then your awareness is random. When we learn how to direct our awareness, the ordinary becomes extraordinary.
Our problems are internal, not external, and it is there, in our own consciousness, that the solutions must be found. — Dee Hock, Autobiography of a Restless Mind You are the problem This article was inspired by a talk with Phil Libin, CEO at mmhmm, on The State of Truth and
In this guest post by John Ryskowski, John shares a meaningful poem from a young poet.
When we listen to the space between the words, we open up a connection to a deeper dimension.
When we take our attention just a little bit beyond the thinking mind, this is where our true power resides.
Your job is to discover your truth.
You will continue to suffer if you have an emotional reaction to everything that is said to you. True power is sitting back and observing everything. Breathe and allow things to pass. — Bruce Lee React or respond The ability to self-observe may be one of the valuable and powerful things
You are breaking down all the limits of what you have been told and you are being invited to move into a direct, personal experience of TRUTH - beyond previously conceived notions. — Elyse Hope Killoran It was almost exactly ten years ago to the day when my coach Elyse Hope
Who am I? It's one of the most important questions you can ever ask. Learn a process for getting new answers to this timeless question.
When we bring spacious awareness to our conversations, our relationships become more harmonious.
We all like to believe that we are in control and in charge of our lives, but have you really tuned in to examine this idea more closely?