What appears to be death is, from other perspectives, transformational rebirth.
Most of the time we are doing drama but thinking that we are problem solving or moving toward our goals. What to do?
Jungian Psychology Integral Deep Listening Therapy is necessary Practitioners do not diagnose or treat; they support access to emerging potentials, the application of their recommendations and teach tools for waking up. The goal of treatment is individuation, the integration of opposites Goal is a life directed by the priorities of life, not God, Self … Read more
I want to share with you a remarkable first interview with a new student of Integral Deep Listening (IDL), who we will call Ted. The night before our first Skype appointment he asked for a dream that would help him to understand how and why he is so stuck in his life. Here are Ted’s … Read more
When you practice becoming perspectives that transcend, yet include your own you grow into closer contact with your own inner compass, your own unique path forward. This helps you to learn to get out of your own way quicker and to not waste precious time on detours or paths that are not authentically your own.
Ken Wilber has synthesized information on human development from Western psychology and world religions in his writings spanning four decades. His AQAL model is the standard for “integral” in Integral Deep Listening.
Integral Deep Listening invites you to imagine your catastrophic expectations to surface your fears so that you can listen to them, respect them, and use them as allies in your development.
Learning to witness your thoughts, feelings, images, sensations, and even consciousness itself is a core developmental process, no matter were you are in your growth.
Access to kundalini, as a particularly important and valuable personal power source, is a result of choosing to identify with it in practical and effective ways on a routine, day in, day out basis. A little bit of effective identification, whether during meditation or other times, is better than a lot of sitting that involves mental games and distractions.
When you access your inner compass, you know it. You can feel it. It is like water in an oasis after you have been crawling through the desert.