Seeing Everything and Nothing ~ Adyashanti

In this satsang, Adyashanti illustrates how our essential being is simultaneously a profound, silent “nothing” as well as everything within existence.

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“Transformational Life Mapping” with Tina Amorok (Part 1 – 4)

“Transformational Life Mapping” with Tina Amorok (part 1 of 4)
Beginning the Map
Visionary: Tina Amorok, PsyD

At the IONS 2007 Conference, “Consciousness in Action,” Tina Amorok took the audience through a process called “Mapping Your Own Transformative Life Path.” You too can now participate in this exercise! In this first segment Tina guides you in indentifying transformational practices and experiences in your life, and describes what activities might be considered transformative. She suggests taking 30 minutes to ‘map’ your transformational practices and experiences with broad strokes in seven year increments.

“Transformational Life Mapping” with Tina Amorok (part 2 of 4)

“Transformational Life Mapping” with Tina Amorok (part 3 of 4)

“Transformational Life Mapping” with Tina Amorok (part 4 of 4)


At the IONS 2007 Conference, “Consciousness in Action,” Tina Amorok took the audience through a process called “Mapping Your Own Transformative Life Path.” In this fourth and final segment Tina explains the process of extending the map to the future. She begins by reviewing how transformational experiences and transformational practices can both bring about a transformation and she further defines what a transformation can be. Tina then guides us through creating an action plan to identify what kinds of transformations we’d like to experience, and provides a quote from Angeles Arrien who tells us that transformation is something that we can manifest.

WorldShift 2012 ~ BarbaraMarxHubbard

The Greatest Truth Never Told: 15. Men Go Mad In Herds 16. What You Really Fear 17. Always Fed The Exception 18. The Decision Matrix

15. Men Go Mad In Herds

16. What You Really Fear

17. Always Fed The Exception

18. The Decision Matrix

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