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The Subjective and The Objective: A Conjoined Relationship

Posted by on Jun 5, 2014 in Most Recent | 2 comments

The subjective and the objective are twin halves of a whole experience, in the same way that consciousness and matter work together to form living, even self-aware, organisms. Subjective reality works in conjunction with objective reality. The two are not separable in any way. We intake objective reality through sensory impressions, which we’ve defined as sight, sound, smell, touch and taste. Note that all five of our externally-focused senses describe the means by which we interpret what exists outside of ourselves. Used together, they...

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From Animal-self to Human-self to Spirit-self…the Evolution of Human Consciousness

Posted by on May 27, 2014 in Most Recent | 8 comments

Humanity’s first rule-makers were early adopters of a higher consciousness that was evolving within our species at that time. As our brains got bigger and human beings developed a stronger sense of individuation, a desire for agency and a demand for personal rights emerged to reflect our new and expanded understanding of what it means to be human and alive. Evolutionary advancements in mentation (the ability to project and to reflect) as well as the emergence of more complex personal emotions (compassion and love) fueled mankind’s...

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Transforming Humanity By Becoming Whole

Posted by on Apr 5, 2014 in Most Recent | 2 comments

Each of us possesses four centers of creative capacity that we’re able to draw upon, in multiple combinations, to enhance the quality of human life—as well as to strengthen the entire web of life. These four centers—mind, heart, body, spirit—fuel our experiences and exchanges. Sadly, our economic system only values and capitalizes the productivity that arises from two of these four centers: what we produce through our physical labor, and what we produce through our intellectual efforts. While occasionally we do draw upon the energies of...

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The Fourth Turning

Posted by on Apr 3, 2014 in Most Recent | 4 comments

I understand why people  feel unsettled, confused, and even frightened by what they observe going on in our world today. Everywhere we look we see chaos and change, disruption and destruction. We see suffering and privation; we see inequality and constriction of opportunity. We see a positive future for ourselves only dimly, at best. And at worst we see no future for our own species. When those who feel frightened or depressed by all this chaos ask me what I foresee for humanity’s future, I tell them our species is in the midst of a...

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Living in Full Abundance

Posted by on Jan 26, 2014 in Most Recent | 2 comments

It seems to me that our ongoing quest to secure material wealth—often to the point of excess, and with little regard for the harm we may do while in blind pursuit of money—reflects the fact that, as a species, we’ve never really come to grips with what we’re living for. While there’s no point in denying that we’re biological creatures, and that we each have pressing physical needs that must be satisfied if we’re to survive, are we surviving just to meet those needs until such time as we die? Or are we meant to meet our...

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Posted by on Jan 13, 2014 in Most Recent | 1 comment

This morning I awakened with a wide-open heart, bursting to overflowing with gratitude and love for life. As I basked in the experience of being totally connected to everything that is, I felt a sudden impulse to create a power point that would assist me in bringing clarity of expression to the totality of my morning experience. This power point reflects the result of that experience. May it serve all of life, as it has served me!   Source...

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Choosing Kindness…Now

Posted by on Jan 11, 2014 in Hummingbird Community Guest Blogs | 0 comments

Have you ever wondered why we refer to certain people as saints?  What makes a person a saint in the eyes of others? It seems to me that the difference between a saint and an ordinary person relates to the fact that a saint has decided to live in the world as if the structures, rules, and expectations laid down by their society are not the guiding principles of life; a saint puts love ahead of all else in this world. Saints trust their inner guidance above external projections of how they ought to behave, and they unflinchingly set their...

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Radio Appearance 02/19/2014

Posted by on Jan 1, 2014 in Upcoming Events | 3 comments

I’ll be appearing on, hosted by Karen Tate, on February 19th, 7 PM PST. We’ll be discussing Sacred Economics and the rehabilitation of the Divine Feminine. Please tune in for our conversation; it should be both fun and informative.

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Disrupt The Game: Video

Posted by on Nov 15, 2013 in Video Links | 0 comments

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Walking With Joy

Posted by on Nov 10, 2013 in Most Recent | 0 comments

These days, I’m choosing to live my life in a very different way than the way I was raised. No longer do I think of my physical body as something separate from life, as a discrete object that needs to be defended and protected from the insults and problems of a cruel and dangerous world. I’ve shifted my inner attention beyond this body, into the eternal realm of infinite life itself. By doing so, I’m gradually coming to know myself as that which animates this physical body. I AM…life itself, and I’m moving through this world in the form of a...

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