Jeff Foster is author of 5 books including, ‘The Deepest Acceptance: Radical Awakening In Ordinary Life,’ ‘An Extraordinary Absence: Liberation in the Midst Of A Very Ordinary Life,’ and ‘The Wonder of Being.’ In this Interview he gives us the Metaphor of the Ocean and the Waves and invites us to discover the Ocean of who we are: an Awareness that has already allowed every Wave of emotion and experience to arrive, they are our beloved children. Jeff explains how we can stop running from “the mess of our life” into the deepest Acceptance of the moment and radically Awaken in Ordinary Life. He also shares with us in depth his own process.
Jason sits down with Dr. Wayne Dyer, author of Wishes Fulfilled. They talk about Life, Death, Ego and transcending the illusion your Ego.
We have a tendency to evaluate our selves based on the senses, thoughts and material possessions. We have to come to terms with that, “Who I am is not something I can touch, I can see or I can smell. Our true essence is beyond our senses.”- Wayne Dyer
Powder is a 1995 film directed by Victor Salva. It is about a boy, nicknamed “Powder,” with incredible intellect, telepathy, and paranormal powers. It stars Sean Patrick Flanery in the title role, with Jeff Goldblum, Mary Steenburgen, Bradford Tatum, Lance Henriksen, and Brandon Smith in supporting roles. The film questions the limits of the human mind and body while also displaying our capacity for cruelty; it raises hope that humanity will advance to a state of better understanding.
Great film about love, compassion, forgiveness and evolution.
Very insightful and inspiring….<3 She is a testament, that nothing is impossible.
Former Olympian Janine Shepherd had to rethink her answer to that question when a crippling accident ended her cycling career. In her TEDTalk, “A Broken Body Isn’t a Broken Person,” she recounts the challenge of facing a life where her dreams were no longer within reach. Instead of crumbling, she found new ones…
In Chapter 3, of Eckhart Tolle’sA New Earth, you examined the stories your ego is always telling you. Now, use your workbook to listen beyond the complaining voice inside your head to the truth of who you really are.
As you read this chapter, use the workbook questions below, as well as Your Flower and the Awakening Exercises, to help you make the book’s message real in your every day life. After you watch the Chapter 3 webcast, you can change or add to your answers, or write down anything from class that confused, moved or surprised you.