A Dialogue with the Self

As the source of our irresistible compulsion to grow into our true selves and express our unique creativity, the Self is an ongoing, never-ending process. I see it as the psychological equivalent to the physical exchange of energy and information constantly occurring at the quantum level between the molecules of our bodies and between us and our environments.

A New Idea of Who We Are: Part III

If we could understand the inherent potential available to us we might learn how to systematically tap into it, which would vastly improve every area of our lives, from communication and self-knowledge, to our interaction with our material world.

A New Idea of Who We Are: Part II

What we call ‘genius’ may simply be a greater ability to access the Zero Point Field. In that sense, our intelligence, creativity and imagination are not locked in our brains but exist as an interaction with the Field.”

A New Idea of Who We Are: Part I

“Our world is in crisis because of the absence of consciousness. We need to explore new ideas of who we are.” This inspires me to ask two questions: What might a new idea of who we are look like? And, what difference could a new idea make to our world crisis?

A Lesson from September 11: Is Our Dualistic Thinking Doing Us In?

Look at the symbolism. A skyscraper is a hierarchical structure. In the towers of banks, hotels, condominiums and corporations, the most prestigious level is the top. Thus, like the Egyptian pyramids, the Biblical Tower of Babylon or the towers that wealthy citizens of San Gimignano, Italy built during the Middle Ages, skyscrapers represent the way our minds are structured.