Every other week, Dr Joe writes a blog in which he elaborates on common questions, introduces new material, simplifies complex ideas, and expounds upon the foundational teachings of this work.
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Feeling Our Way into the Mystical – Part II
In my last post, I talked about the next stage of evolution in dream work – beyond strange visions; beyond the mundane; beyond the more frequently felt survival emotions like fear. I shared my “recipe for the mystical” – to be tired and happy; curious and playful; relaxed and open. When we cul...
Feeling Our Way into the Mystical – Part I
Opening Pandora’s Box, Part II: Finding Out What’s on the Other Side
In my last blog post, I shared with you some questions we’ve been getting from people – usually early in their practice – about strange dreams and visions. In Part I of Opening Pandora’s Box, I wrote about why these experiences arise – and the opportunities...
Opening Pandora’s Box, Part I: Crossing the Threshold
Awakening the Courageous Heart
Exciting Early Findings from Our QUANTUM Research Study
Becoming Worthy, Part III – You’re Worth the Walk
Becoming Worthy, Part II – Showing Up for Yourself
A couple of weeks ago, we started to examine what we mean when we talk about “becoming worthy.”
As I mentioned previously, our understanding of a complex word or idea is sometimes helped by first examining what it doesn’t mean. So, if you haven’t read part I in this series, you can find...
Becoming Worthy, Part I – An Invitation
Without context, it can be easy to make assumptions about what we mean when we use potentially charged words like “worthy.”
Becoming Fascinated with the Unknown
Recently, someone asked me about the concept that we can let go of the stories we tell ourselves – and, in doing so, create a new future. She’d witnessed someone having a strong physical reaction to the suggestion – his entire body had broken out in a rash – and she’d had such reactions herself.
It seemed like just the thought of giving up a past narrative had produced a strong somatic reaction – which automatically occurred within seconds.
Changing the World – One Person (Or Two) at a Time
Overriding Programming; Overcoming Ourselves
To briefly recap, our team of researchers wanted to advance our ongoing studies on meditators’ ability to influence the outcome of random events – virtual “coin tosses,” if you will – by combining a clear intention and elevated emotion; both functions of brain and heart coherence.