Enlightened Leadership begins with an Enlightened Leader.
The enlightened leader works from the inside out. When faced with business challenges he first looks at his own internal capacity and assesses where he needs to develop his own inner qualities. Read more
Living Truth – is also known as Tuesday Night Group and would be best defined as a spiritual community.
We all long to be part of something greater than ourselves. Yet, left on our own it is easy to fool ourselves and the people around us. Participating in spiritual community is how we deepen our understanding of who we are and what is really TRUE for us.
I have had the honor of hosting weekly gatherings for many years. The things that I have learned Read more
The key to success in business is the ability to stay focused, make great decisions, and take appropriate action while fostering creativity.
Meditation devotees include junk-bond-king-turned-philanthropist Mike Milken; Bill George, the former Medtronic (Charts, Fortune 500) CEO; ad industry mogul Renetta McCann; and NBA coach Phil Jackson. Silicon Valley is full of meditators, such as Marc Benioff, the CEO of Salesforce.com (Charts), and Larry Brilliant, head of Google’s philanthropic efforts.
“If you are feeling stuck in life, dealing with big challenges or simply want to reconnect with yourself in a deep and meaningful way, then I urge you to join me for what will be a very special day.” -Greg
Greg Clowminzer will spend a relaxed day exploring the power of dyads. With dyads we set aside the normal learning culture of books and knowledge gained through training. Using dyads we learn to trust ourselves and to speak from that place of inner awareness. This inner awareness takes time and support and it can’t be rushed. Wisdom grows for each in it’s own way. Read more
“It is not only by the questions we have answered that progress may be measured, but also by those we are still asking. …knowledge alters what we seek as well as what we find.” – Freda Adler
This is ONE of the most IMPORTANT tools you may EVER use!!!
I recommend you spend time each month questioning YOUR LIFE. Take an honest appraisal of what’s REALLY going on with the help of the 7 P’s Personal Performance Process. It will give you clarity, insight, solutions and priorities which you can begin to take conscious action. Read more
Words can not describe a direct experience because it is beyond words, symbols or conceptualization. It is beyond all the indirect methods we commonly depend on for knowing; sensing, thinking, believing, deciding, reasoning, or feeling. And yet, when a direct experience happens, it is self evident beyond certainty and doubt.
Again, enlightenment is a direct experience of the absolute Truth and the Truth is that which exists apart from our perception or conception of it.
In the case of self-enlightenment gained from using the question, “Who am I?” it means that you are in direct contact with the truth of your “I.” The previous sentence seems to suggest that there are two of you: you and your “I.” This is a result of the duality in our language and not the case in actuality. In the case of self-enlightenment you are at one with your “I” in the sense of being your true “I” consciously.
In the state of direct experience (enlightenment), there is no mental dichotomy, no subject-object duality but an at-one-ness with your self. People who have achieved a direct experience of self speak from their deepest or highest source. They no longer identify themselves as only being their body, emotions, thoughts, mind or the roles they may play in life. Such people speak from themselves without having to refer to their past thoughts or the thoughts of others. A person who has had a direct experience of self increasingly sees each moment in life as a new and unique experience and does not tend to be stuck in a limited way of seeing things.