by Jean Houston: If I am to know God directly, I must become completely God, and God I, so that this God and this I become one I. –Meister Eckhart
Discourse by Venerable Thich Nhat Hanh
by Donna Quesada: Vietnamese Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh said it most simply: “While you pound the pillow, you are not calming or reducing your anger—
Socrates was right: “The unexamined life is not worth living for a human being.”
Donna Quesada: Part of your commitment to meeting them where they are is that commitment to living openly.
Donna Quesada: And how do you find the balance between individual empowerment and healing, and the social work that you do? How does one, in general, find that balance?
Donna Quesada: Well, welcome Seane!
by Alberto Villoldo Ph.D.: Many prophesies in the indigenous world speak of this time in human history as a period of great transformation.
by Don Miguel Ruiz, Don Jose Ruiz and Janet Mills: Have you ever noticed that we are all messengers? Every one of us uses the word to form our opinions, to express our point of view.
(One of) My Stories—