In a previous blog post, I wrote on the challenges of leading and maintaining a healthy community biofield that inspires creativity and shared sense of purpose. It was an article with more questions than answers on how we can all embody a more compassionate and collaborative approach to leadership in today’s global environment. Fortunately, Frederick Chavalit Tsao and Chris Laszlo …
Restoring spiritual values within the foundation of democracy has taken on a new sense of urgency. How can purpose, compassion and spirituality coincide as a beacon for a system that seems fueled by populism, anger and greed? These are the questions I had been asking myself when I was introduced to Terry Patten’s new book, A New Republic of the …
What if global change doesn’t require a critical mass of thousands of people to save the environment, inspire peace and move us toward compassion and cooperation?
Penney Peirce’s fourth book, “Transparency; Seeing Through to Our Expanded Human Capacity,” offers a solution for personal and societal transformation, not by left-brained logic, but through a spherical connection with all things.
Ervin Laszlo’s latest works are available and I highly recommend adding them to your reading list. Here are a few subjects I encourage you to explore.
IONS is a leader in understanding human potential, and I was enthralled to hear the presentations of great thinkers, but the person I was most looking forward to listening to was Peter Russell.
Recently I watched the documentary “Pandora’s Promise” and listened to its argument for nuclear energy to ward off the environmental crisis. It’s a big shift in thinking to swallow.
Look at life’s challenges from the outside in can have a dramatic and liberating effect. I recommend this book to anyone seeking spiritual understanding in this time of transformation.