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.
When I discover who I am, I'll be free. — Ralph Ellison, Invisible Man Life has changed so quickly and dramatically over the past several years I often don't realize how much has changed until something jolts me into a new realization and understanding. Such was the case early this morning
Challenging our assumptions and discarding falsehoods can reveal truths, fostering personal growth, better decision-making, and authentic life experiences.
There's one thing that is more important, that matters absolutely.
As we increase our awareness, we tune into unlimited possibilities and our connection to everything.
Invisible threads can bring us together to experience profound connections between human design, our inner capacities, and the patterns of the natural world.
Awareness is the main tool we use to become aware of the things that are happening on autopilot—the automatic thoughts, reactions, emotions, behaviors, and decisions. — Dr. Helena Lass, Psychiatrist, Teacher of Practical Consciousness Is there anything more important than realizing that we have been "running on autopilot" for most
When awareness is dependent on stimulus, we call it attention. When it's your own skill, we call it awareness. Attention is always random, and awareness always listens to your will or is self-directed. — Dr. Helena Lass, Psychiatrist, Teacher of Practical Consciousness Understanding Awareness Editor's note: This article is an excerpt
What if rapid change and all the many growing global challenges we face are not the real problems?
We came together to do a radio show. Several conversations later, Jump Out of The Zombie Box popped out! We didn’t set out to do it, it just happened. By not trying or pushing, we were open; we became channels, and something new emerged. — Ann Kelly, ReachYourPotential.co Jump
Distinguishing and cultivating our awareness will be essential for forward-thinking leaders in the 21st century.