The first time I was ever aware of the I Ching was when I was living on the island of Formentera, in Spain. At the time, I was surrounded by quite a few mentors helping me along the spiritual path, but one in particular was very influential in my education in connecting to the Information Field using this technique. It was a friend named Jack who first lent me a copy of the I Ching and taught me how to use and interpret the readings found in its text.
- Connecting to the Field through the I Ching
- Book Notes and Review of "Anatomy of the Spirit" by Caroline Myss
- Book Review on "Toward a True Kinship of Faiths"
- A Review of "The Purposeful Universe"
- A Review of "Spontaneous Evolution"
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- Transforming the Leader Within
- The Driving Power of Evolutionary Love
- Leadership Transformed in 2013
- Conversation with Philip Mereton on Healing the Karmic Field
- The Transformative Movement, Then and Now
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- Quote: The Spiritual Essence that Connects Us to the Cosmos
- Quote: To Raise the Standard of Living We Need Compassion, Not Cash
- Quote: Emotional Intelligence in 2012
- Quote: Investing in the Spirit
- Quote: The Harmony in the Whole
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Posts in Book Review
“Anatomy of the Spirit” by Caroline Myss, focused on healing yourself and others with energy, as well as explaining the theories and concepts behind energy work. Jon, a member of the Greenheart Transforms book club shares his notes from his book presentation.
In the past, religious conflict has fueled strife among people the world over. Although the consequences have been significant and tragic, these conflicts did not threaten the very survival of humankind. With the advent of globalization, the increase in terrorism, and the creation of weapons of mass destruction, this is no longer the case. During the Greenheart Transforms book club, Paula discusses her views on the book, “Toward a True Kinship of Faiths.”
If our universe began in a big bang, and that is the most widely accepted scientific theory of our origins, then it has been generally assumed that the explosion expanded in an isotropic manner. That is, being evenly distributed throughout space. It would seem to be the logical conclusion. A bomb exploded in midair moves out in all directions, so surely the universe acted the same way at its inception, right?
Western civilization is torn by profound philosophical differences about the purpose of life, and as co-authors Bruce Lipton and Steve Bhaerman state in their book, Spontaneous Evolution: “The old stories keep us powerless, at the mercy of either a distant God or random genetic events.”