Summer 2011 Blogs

  • Your Greatest Teacher by DCH Park I have heard it said many times that the things and people who set you off the most are your greatest teachers. Is this true? How is ...
  • The World Is A Reflection… by DCH Park You may have heard that the world is a reflection. “A reflection of what?” some might ask. One answer is, it’s a reflection of your expectations. This ...
  • Beware/Be Aware of Preconceptions by DCH Park You may have noticed or heard that expectations about the world shape experience of the world. It may sound odd, but it’s true that different people can ...
  • The End Is The Beginning by DCH Park An interesting question to consider is, “How are the views that ‘everything is sacred’ and ‘nothing is sacred’ the same view?” At first glance, these two statements ...
  • Making Every Day A Practice by DCH Park Consider that the term “practice” has two different but related connotations. It is both the act of doing something repeatedly in support of learning and improvement and ...
  • Holding With Your Deepest Knowing by DCH Park One question that comes up in everyone’s life sooner or later is, “What should I do with my life?” or equivalently, “How will I know what’s right ...
  • Dealing With Stress by DCH Park Stress seems to be a regular part of life. When we feel under pressure, even minor everyday things can be stressful. For some, the pressure comes from ...
  • Take An Anthropologist’s View by DCH Park In 2007 a movie called The Nanny Diaries was released. It was based on a book by the same name which made quite a stir when it ...
  • What Is Ego? by DCH Park Bodhi Avinasha, founder of Ipsalu Tantra Kriya Yoga, likens the ego to Hal 9000, the super intelligent computer in the movie 2001: A Space Odyssey. Just as ...
  • Holding the Space by DCH Park The basic principles of creating success, and attracting what ever you prefer into your life, are very straightforward. If you have seen The Secret (or you read ...

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