At the IONS 2007 Conference, "Consciousness in Action," Tina Amorok took the audience through a process called "Mapping Your Own Transformative Life Path." You too can now participate in this exercise! In this first segment Tina guides you in indentifying transformational practices and experiences in your life, and describes what activities might be considered transformative. She suggests taking 30 minutes to ‘map’ your transformational practices and experiences with broad strokes in seven year increments.
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A longer life. A happier life. A healthier life. Above all, a life that matters—so that when you leave this world, you’ll have changed it for the better. If science said you could have all this just by altering one behavior, would you?
A work from the heart that calls us to look within and grow.
You have within you unlimited capacities for love, for joy, for communion with life, and for unshakable freedom—and here is how to awaken them. In The Wise Heart, one of the leading spiritual teachers of our time offers the most accessible and illuminating guide to Buddhism’s transformational psychology ever published in the West.
Dressage is often seen as the most formal and controlled of the equine sports, following an ancient, standardized training progression. For philosopher and dressage instructor Dr. Sherry Ackerman, dressage is much more. It — along with riding in general — can be a transformational art and an avenue for reflection, exploration, and self-knowledge through which a rider can experience liberation from the individual, egoistic self.
Tapping into the heart's wisdom through creative visualization is an ancient practice, but today guided imagery is used as an adjunct to conventional medical therapies for health issues ranging from cancer and heart disease to post-traumatic stress disorder and addiction. This inspiring guide provides contemporary techniques for using it to transform moments of pain, emotional turmoil, and interpersonal conflict into opportunities for growth and self-realization.
Using creative ritual, successful leaders such as Mohandas Gandhi build bridges between a culture’s core and its periphery, and in the process ignite renewal.