Posts tagged Relationship
Will You Buy Me Flowers? A Moment of Shared Humanity

Connection has the remarkable capacity to transform our perception of ourselves, of others, and of the greater web of humanity in which we all share a part. In the truest sense of the word, connection shows up in many different shapes, sizes, and forms. Yet when we conceive of connection in our culture, we tend to focus the discourse around deeply woven, long-term relationships grounded in history and loyalty. In my experience, however, it is often the many moments of connection that have been just that—moments, fleeting in nature—that truly illuminate and, therefore, hold the capacity to transform our perception. 

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Conscious Business & The Spiritual Wisdom of Sounds True: An Interview with Tami Simon

When I began Sounds True in 1985, it was hard for me to find models that inspired me in the world of business. I had to create something that I didn’t see. My inspiration was to disseminate these great teachings and approaches to contemplative life, and also to have our business model itself follow the central discoveries of the wisdom traditions in terms of how we conduct ourselves as a business.

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Extraordinary Ordinary People: Interview with Senior Fulbright Scholar, Naj Wikoff

An interview with Naj Wikoff, author, activist, and artist in the fields of global community, arts, and healing. Based on his experiences supporting and engaging others in community healing, Naj suggests that we all "become aligned with people who put their values and life on the line for others and for this planet."

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Freedom

Prose poem or personal reflection, whatever you call it, Julie Barnes' words take us on a journey through her inner life and into our own. The winding paths of her thoughts, poured out in these words, bring us into the present moment of our own lives as she shares her freedom with us, writing, "My empty hands, palms up on knees, accompany the breath as it settles and deepens."

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