My tears always come from a revelation of hidden truth. As if the frames of perception themselves liquidate out of my eyes so I can see clearly again. This story made me cry the first time I read it in Charles Eisenstein’s book, “The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know Is Possible” and every time I have watched it since. Because to me, it is a true story. Whether actually true or metaphorically true, it doesn’t matter. It is time for us to come together.
To gather, to rise, to love, to LIVE! You are not alone. I promise you, you are not alone.
Thank you to Aldous Massie (@aldousmassie) for the beautiful animations and illustrations and Jon Hopkins (@jonhopkins) for the incredible score of the film, featuring @vylanamarcus.
Compassion is the ability, by Awareness, to recognize and acknowledge only itself everywhere.
Canadian Jungian analyst, a teacher, an author, and a remarkable human being
Dr. Gabor Maté on how our toxic culture is making us ill in his brand new book 'The Myth of Normal'
From 'The Wild Edge of Sorrow: Rituals of Renewal and the Sacred Work of Grief; The Threshold Between Loss and Revelation'
In times of crisis, we're desperate to find peace. We search for equanimity as if it's a state that can be found. The more desperate we feel, the more effort we put into our search.
As Indigenous people, we have always had tools to manage our dysregulation.
Even if our primary interest is in spiritual transformation, we cannot separate out our unresolved relational trauma
In Episode 3 of our podcast explore the frontiers of relationships and love with Esther Perel
"Being a sex worker means that I walk a very invisible yet hyper visible path."
Welcome to the flesh-circled hollow of the Omphalos. A bodily valley. An earthly hub.280
Walking to your place for a love feast I saw at a street corner an old beggar woman...
Dance through life’s turbulences with the knowledge you are never alone ... from NOWNESS
Diaries are a forum in which we can raise and then galvanise ourselves into answering the large questions which lie behind the stewardship of our lives: What do I really want? Should I leave? What do I feel for them? From The School of Life.
A masterpiece written and read by Ben Bushill with music by Ellen Molnia and Thomas Falk.
Grief is a heart-wrenchingly painful problem for the brain to solve… to live in the world with the absence of someone… ingrained in your understanding of the world…
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