Substance. Mindfulness. Deep play. Meaning-making. Patti Digh. (Insert a very humble bow, a Namaste, my hands folded in respect, and a “Woot! Woot! Patti’s the bomb.” Ommmm Patti.) 1. What is the question that you are currently living? The question I live every morning is the one that started me on my current journey: What
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Me, you, or someone you know: “I don’t want to do it anymore. I’m going to …” Fill in the blank: Quit, sell it, leave, cancel, give it away, walk, resign. That practical voice inside your head, well-intentioned friends, your granny: “Now, why would you do that?! It’s … (fill in the blank) good money,
I’m going to liven up my CBC TV, Connect With Mark Kelley segments – and White Hot Truth for that matter, and field some questions from…you, ideally. This week’s theme: BRANDING. The good, the bad and the how-to. Tell me what you need to know to do it right. I’ll take basic to high-concept questions.
Where I was last month, and a bit… INTERVIEWS Lindsey Mead asked me Very Big Questions about meditation & presence. “I’m more interested in observing my mind than trying to control it. Easier said than done, because there are soooo many others things that I’m also hooked on controlling.” The Get Inspired Project asked me
Think about the most extremely oppositional viewpoint to yours on, say…heterosexuality, polyandry, the right to bear arms, corporate tax shelters, global warming, co-sleeping with your kids, breeding dogs, stem cell research, abortion rights. While you’re at it, you may as well consider Third World debt relief and wearing white past Labor Day. Imagine the Idiot
My What’s Your Stop Doing List? yielded some cheers. And multiple poetic replies. So poetic that it raised my brow. My right eyebrow arches when I’m being scrutinizing in that really helpful keener (potentially annoying) way. All of the psycho-emotional lovely answers that poured in here and on Twitter and Facebook had me surmise that
This article has been a long time coming. You may want to put the kettle on. “Grief can make a liar out of you because there is a disconnect between how you feel, and how you think you’re supposed to behave.” This was Maria Shriver’s intro to her heart-gripping talk at the 2009 Women’s Conference.
“Porsidan” means “to question” in Persian. I know that because Jay Schryer is a questioner par excellence. He writes about in search for meaning and rock ‘n roll on his blog, Porsidan.com. Jay is one of the reasons I adore the global brain we call the internet. You get to climb inside of stories. You
What book – fiction or non – touched you? Where were you when you read it? Have you bought and given away multiple copies? The Unfolding Now: Realizing Your True Nature Through the Practice of Presence by A.H. Almaas A.H. Almaas is the creator of The Diamond Approach work, which Ken Wilber calls “a superb