This is a 20 minute teaching on life purpose from a non-dualistic perspective derived from with Eastern wisdom traditions.
This video is intended for people who are spiritually curious / interested and who are seeking to clarify either their purpose in life or to explore the way one views purpose from a non-dualistic perspective.
The audience will hear a unique and potentially perspective-shifting perspective on life and life purpose. They may find this perspective lightens the burden they feel to "get life right".
The video is recorded voice over a small number of visuals with concepts / points highlighted.
No preparation necessary.
I coach and teach on topics of personal growth, professional growth and spiritual enquiry.
My aim is to help people live with greater freedom, courage, creativity, and responsibility.
My practice recognises the importance of both clarity (top-down, head-based) and embodiment (down-up, body-based) in evolving self-awareness and acceptance, ultimately pointing to our true, non-dual nature.
Taoism sees Life as one big process in which ‘things’ or ‘happenings’ are related and progress in a single flow. That movement follows one principle called Tao. Tao is how reality unfolds.
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Reality can lead us from self-deception to a richer life.
Ryan Holiday shows us how to apply Stoicism to modern life in The Obstacle is the Way. Late in the book, he summarises his message in a few sentences:
See things for what they are. Do what we can.…
Bumps in the road from the illusion of control to letting go.
I recently had what felt like a setback, slipping into anxious worry about an aspect of my future. The theme of this anxiety emerged nine or ten years ago, and it has occasionally risen quite s…
The world’s wisdom traditions point to one truth, but each highlights distinctive features.
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I’ve worked in demanding settings, including U.S. Army Ranger training and top-flight management consulting. Outside work, I routinely (and voluntarily) undertake gruelling cycling challenges and other outdoor adventures. I share this not to brag (honest)…
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