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Join this ongoing study group to participate in the brilliant work of John Vervaeke, professor of cognitive science and Buddhist psychology at the University of Toronto. He offers a deep context to what we might experience as a meaning crisis–the endless difficulty of finding deep connection and the complex conundrum of sense-making–or what Ken Wilber called, “a world gone slightly ...
We will use qualities of the three primary modes of consciousness as articulated by Ken Wilber as experiential doorways into the liberating dimensions of Waking-Up. Zero to Awake is a gradual practice sequence designed as an inclusive activation and appreciation of our spiritual nature. New and seasoned practitioners will find nourishment in this pointing- out instruction style guided meditation. Meet ...
Our consciousness delivers a worldview of ourselves acting as autonomous agents, controlling our life. That worldview is the frame of the subject of our awareness. It is the proverbial water that we fish swim in everyday, moment to moment. What would it take for us to recognize that water in which we are swimming? Usually, we need a new perspective ...
THIS LIVE EVENT HAS PASSED. VIEW THE REPLAY BELOW. What do you really want in 2022? Is there any part of you that answered: “I don’t know”? How could that be? How is it possible that you don’t know what you really want? It’s easy to say that current global events prevent you from knowing the answer to this question. ...
So, you’ve woken up! Congratulations!….Now what? If you’ve had an enlightenment experience, the world may look pretty different to you now than it did before. What does 'being in the world, but not of the world’ look like? How do you live “awake?” Join Paula Staffeldt in a monthly interactive exploration of what it looks like to navigate your everyday ...
Purpose can be defined as the reason for which you have been created. Your purpose is like having a North Star to guide your sense of direction and contribution. It is the way in which you derive the greatest sense of meaning. It can also be a great source of confusion, frustration and apathy if you don't know your purpose ...
Although our capacity for deeper connections actually increases with self-development, many of us have found that as we progress on our journey of growth that the friendships we once enjoyed no longer nourish us in the same way. Wouldn’t it be nice to develop friendships with women who share your values of waking up, growing up, cleaning up and showing ...
We all have unconscious bias - those blindspots that cloud our judgment, robbing us of our power. We all experience discomfort hearing that we have biases that prevent us from living our potential. In spite of everything, self-awareness is a definite possibility and the only way to reclaim our destiny. Imagine what can be different when you become more skilled ...
To treat our enemies as intelligent, feeling beings. To treat those who disagree with us as worthy of dialogue and appreciation. To host the time and place within ourselves to thoroughly examine and investigate the thought processes that generate opinions. With these aspirations, we can willfully occasion a unification of opposing views and a resolution of their contradictions. Amongst people ...
At its worst, the inner critic is that internal voice that tends to judge and demean you. But could this voice actually be beneficial? What would it look like to heal the toxic inner critic? Join Lisa for a journey into unwinding the subtle and not-so-subtle effects of the inner critic on our lives and relationships and finding the ...
Join Lee to experience a greater sense of freedom and fullness in your daily life by engaging in practices designed to help expand your awareness of the nature of space and time. Explore the relationship between emptiness and form, and navigate the interplay between future, past and present. (These sessions are inspired by the work of Tibetan lama Tarthang Tulku ...
One of the most profound gifts we could ever receive is to be truly heard, seen and known. In this session our primary wish would be to co-create connection and wisdom through deep listening, sincere curiosity, active exchange and compassionate presence. At each Listening Lab, we will also try to create a safe and brave space for one or more ...
Join this ongoing study group to participate in the brilliant work of John Vervaeke, professor of cognitive science and Buddhist psychology at the University of Toronto. He offers a deep context to what we might experience as a meaning crisis--the endless difficulty of finding deep connection and the complex conundrum of sense-making--or what Ken Wilber called, “a world gone slightly ...
Join this session to learn how to spot and work with polarities in your personal and professional lives, relationships and the hyper-polarized world around around us nationally and globally. Through small experiments, discussion, Q&A and small groups, let’s explore this beautiful practice that builds complexity-resilience and synthesis of interdependent and competing values. Our work in the Polarity Lab will be ...
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Engaging with ILP in live sessions for just the past 8 weeks has been the most powerful, transformative experience of my life. And a time when I really needed it. The experiences, awakening, shifts and even some of the friends I’ve made are literally priceless, and I can’t believe you’re not charging thousands of dollars for it. Because you could. – Judy S.
Fantastic session. It was incredible to experience so much in one hour. Listening to others and their perspectives contributed to the illumination – Kim Willis about Jogen Salzberg's "No Hindrance"
Paula was obviously very experienced, she did a great job. Breakout rooms and repetition of instructions were great. – Nick Gluzdov about Paula Staffeldt's "Reality-Based Leadership"
The practice/content was clear and illuminating. Lisa's delivery, in terms of voice and pacing, was extraordinarily "just right". I'm looking forward to the next session! – Athena A. Pallis about Lisa Frost's "Integrating Previous Stages"
It was amazing how quickly Grant was able to set a safe space and make the process approachable for everyone. Well organized but not regimented. I really liked how lite and simple it was - coming from the middle of my workday and task oriented calls it was fresh air.– Josh McGill about Grant Hunter's "Circle Of Mutuality Group"
I have participated in 3 sessions so far, and have enjoyed how Lee creates an environment of clarity, simplicity, humanity and depth no matter what topic he introduces/lets us experience. – Anja C. about Lee Mason's "Harnessing the Power of Your Enneatype"
I was surprised at how much I accomplished in the one session. I’ve been working on a university course for branding a mission, but I got more with this. – Karin Payne about Nomali Perera's "Four Quadrant Mission Statement"
Outstanding session! From monkey mind to unity awareness within minutes thanks to Keith's excellent facilitation. Keith skillfully creates a practice space and consistently supports everyone's engagement throughout. – Lee Mason about Keith Martin-Smith's "Uncovering the Wisdom Within"
I really like that I left the session with a specific goal for the week. It was specific and inspiring. I was also inspired by the others I met in the breakout groups and they triggered other things for me to explore. – Claire Worlidge about Lee Mason's "Unleash Your Talents"
Very well organized information and exercises to reveal more that I need to know. I have some extra tools now and phrases to use when I'm in those sticky situations. – Mary Janicki about Nomali Perera's "Creating Healthy Boundaries for Empaths"
Great midday practice. Loving this new-to-me inhabiting awareness. Wonderful. – Sheila L. Stahl about Ryan Oelke's "Embodied Awareness"
Loved it! You get to see everyones perspectives and join in freely, everyone got a chance to speak up! So interesting and new-perspective-promoting! – Luna W. about Tyko Granberger's "Unity Within: Owning the Voices of Vulnerability and Power"