Living Into Our Greater Potential with Thomas Huebl

Thomas Huebl describes two competencies that can improve the art of living. He says the first competency is silence so we may know ourselves more intimately. “[W]e allow within ourselves, more centeredness, more spacious awareness, and more seeing of our own inner-process: my thinking, my feeling, my body sensations. So If I’m more aware of this structure of my personality, I’m more free. If I can see my thinking, I’m not so stuck in my thinking.” The second competency is movement: voluntarily letting go of the old version of ourselves and moving with the ever changing flow of life. This
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Editor’s Desk: What to Wear to the Bardo Ball

Many years ago, I attended an all-night circle with a dozen women who were friends of my heart. They were and are my chosen sisters. We stayed up through the dark sitting Zen-like and sharing poetry. The format was designed to get us out of our rational, linear left-brain and to tap into our intuitive right-brain. The rule to help us through the night was that we could only use song. There was no speaking, only singing. There were snippets of poems printed out on little sheets of paper. These were stanzas taken from a selection of poems that we
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A Message from Justine Willis Toms

I want to thank you in advance for being such a powerful partner and supporter of the New Dimensions broadcasts. Your financial contributions are a MAJOR help in New Dimensions overall financial health. If you are like me, you find your email and mail boxes are filled with a clutter of political ads and other requests for financial aid which cause us to suffer from a sort of attention fatigue. New Dimensions donations are dwindling because of this crowded landscape. It’s my most sincere hope that you will respond positively to this request, because New Dimensions has and is making
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Connecting With Natural Time with Lama Surya Das

  Is time speeding up? It seems so as we fill our lives with so many “labor saving” devices. The 21st century mantra could very well be: There isn’t enough time. Lama Surya Das warns us, “The lesson here is not how we can get up earlier or stay up later, or make more time, but how we can reclaim, reframe, and own time.” He shares many gems of wisdom, such as: “Right driving–When you’re driving your car, you don’t get there any faster by being where you’re not” and “Nowness is the ultimate therapy.” In this dialogue we explore
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