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.
The first time I was ever aware of the I Ching was when I was living on the island of Formentera, in Spain. At the time, I was surrounded by quite a few mentors helping me along the spiritual path, but one in particular was very influential in my education in connecting to the Information Field using this technique. It was a friend named Jack who first lent me a copy of the I Ching and taught me how to use and interpret the readings found in its text.
“Anatomy of the Spirit” by Caroline Myss, focused on healing yourself and others with energy, as well as explaining the theories and concepts behind energy work. Jon, a member of the Greenheart Transforms book club shares his notes from his book presentation.
In the past, religious conflict has fueled strife among people the world over. Although the consequences have been significant and tragic, these conflicts did not threaten the very survival of humankind. With the advent of globalization, the increase in terrorism, and the creation of weapons of mass destruction, this is no longer the case. During the Greenheart Transforms book club, Paula discusses her views on the book, “Toward a True Kinship of Faiths.”