What is the common ground? These are the shared opinions about a subject. Finding these common interests makes it possible to discuss other topics with less friction. If you learn how to do this, then you can influence others more effectively. Come and see how it can be done.
We are living in the middle of a clash of paradigms. It’s a tug of war between ideologies. Most people don’t see it because it’s been going on for so long. However, learning to recognize and handle this conflict is a necessary skill in our modern world.
Learning how to balance head and heart is the process of integration involving Ego, soul, and self. This is one of the primary goals of spiritual development. It makes mindfulness and presence a part of your routine mindset. You can learn how to do it.
“True autonomy arises when we have broken free of all the old structures, all psychological dependencies, and all fear.” — Adyashanti
Comparative Analysis is a tool to find out what you believe and why. It’s a structured form of comparative religious study. See how examining your core beliefs is the key to growth.
The inverse relationship of faith and reason is a disturbing but predictable finding. The more you rely on belief, the less you use rational thinking processes. Scary, isn’t it? Find out how you can minimize the effects of this condition.
The framework of spiritual exploration might seem to be an odd place for the study of logic and rational thinking. However, these mental skills are essential. Let’s look at examples of analytical thinking and illogical thinking. The goal make better decisions by avoiding common pitfalls and errors.
Historical revisionism is a deliberate distortion of events. It is used to create our North American Folklore. Learn how to see through this strategy and see the truth.
Many sages tell us we can achieve a higher level of consciousness if we use the right tools with the proper focus. Would you like to know what these tools are and how to use them?
We seek breakthroughs of insight to solve problems. We can use reason and logic to find the answer, but sometimes the answers appear because of an intuitive leap. Does intuition complement, or is it a substitute for common sense?