Those who are familiar with Steven Harrison’s books, as well as anyone open to the spirit of inquiry, will appreciate these explorations of living without reliance on beliefs.
This audio consists of three live recordings of fascinating discussions about many topics, including relationships, spirituality, vocation, and social change.
We’re not spiritual enough. We’re not enlightened enough. Has our spirituality left us with an inner voice of constant correction? Are we striving relentlessly for self-improvement and the freedom we imagine awaits us in that improved state?
This is the extraordinary story of an artist’s daring exploration into the source of his creativity. In the late 1970s, Jerry Wennstrom was a rising star in the New York art world when he decided that the ultimate creative leap was to destroy his large body of art, give away all of his possessions, and spend the next 10 years wandering, seeking, listening, and trusting God to take care of him.
Combining eastern philosophy and western psychology, Chuck Hillig points the way to true happiness for those who have struggled to find peace of mind. Whether his profound words act as a gentle reminder or loud alarm clock, they will lovingly direct you to the only person who holds your truth: YOU!
Samuel Avery takes us on a brief journey through the 100 year history of quantum physics and the 3,000 year history of Buddhist meditation to show us that the discoveries of the Buddha and physicist Max Planck were one and the same.
These guided meditations and visualizations are meant to provide a sense of support and inspiration in times of change and an overall sense of comfort and well being.
Life may be difficult at times, but when we surrender our ego to the divine, all kinds of wonderful things can happen.
The winds of uncertainty are always blowing through the world. If we want to experience peace, we must ourselves become more peaceful. To quote Gandhi, “To change the world, we must first be the change we wish to see.”