How “Give-Ups” Help You Shift States of Consciousness

When Tom Eddington and I first published our “Four States of Consciousness” article, we mentioned that people would transition from state-to-state, often visiting each state several times a day. These states don’t offer any guarantee of permanent citizenship. As a reminder, here’s the model: The focus of this writing is the “give-ups” that one must […]

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The Art & Practice of Conscious Leadership: Architecture for a Learning Experience

 All of the leaders who I consider conscious have some sort of personal practice, sometimes called a “spiritual practice,” which keeps them fit, more conscious and aware as well as on their toes so-to-speak, when it comes to managing their ego and staying awake most of the time. Naturally they meander from one state of […]

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Unmasking the Inner Victim

Something has been bothering me, for a couple of years now, and I finally started getting what it was the other day. It has been a widespread acceptance of a behavior I’ll call the “inner victim.” This often unconscious phenomenon allows the individual to complain about many things, incessantly, yet not thinking they are acting […]

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Are We Inter-Connected or All One? A Look at What We Think We Know

Most of us think of ourselves as separate from one another – separate bodies, separate professions, separate living quarters, separate ideologies, separate everything. Here I am, over here. There you are, over there. Pretty simple, eh?  But is this the truth? So what is this centuries-old Hindu philosophy of Advaita, or more exactly Advaita Vedānta, […]

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