Me World: How knowing our inner crowd leads to spaciousness and higher functioning by Richard Moss

Published on Oct 11, 2015

Richard discusses how the basic sense we each have of “me” or “I” is not a distinct, separate someone, but rather an inner world of competing and overlapping ego-constructs. He describes how these sub-personalities are fascinating to observe and that the more we can differentiate them, the easier it is to flow with life from a place of stillness and clarity.

The Sacred Art of Listening

Published on Oct 9, 2015

The Sacred Art of Listening (08/05/2015)

Deep listening – the kind of listening that brings intimacy and understanding – takes intentional practice. This talk looks at the societal and inner obstacles to an undistracted presence, and the mindfulness strategies that nourish our capacity to listen in a way that heals and connects.

“To listen is to lean in, softly, with a willingness to be changed by what we hear.” Mark Nepo

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