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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 mad” in his book The Eye of Spirit.
The enneagram is a powerful tool for enhancing our own psychological and spiritual development. Whether you’re brand new to it OR a seasoned veteran with enneagram work, this new format invites all enneagram types (1-9) to come learn, explore, and practice. This introductory session will get us oriented as to what is to come as well as get us practicing with this typology methodology.
Click here to join the live zoom session "Integral Semiotics offers a comprehensive map or framework of most of the known worldspaces available to humans, and thus offers a Map that allows us to understand the Kosmic Address of a particular referent, and hence know where to look for any referent indicated by a signifier. Since most of these worldspaces ...
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 mad” in his book The Eye of Spirit.
Click here to join the live zoom session Next session Next session: This session will be transcending and including our prior few months discussion of forging powerful relationships as men. We will continue some of the work from before and look at it through a transcendent lens. What is the divine purpose of relating? Moreover, we will be pattern-hunting “what’s ...
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 participants to be the recipient of loving support through the community of attendees.
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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"