Ginny Whitelaw for Integral Post: originally published April 14th, 2015 As I watch the news and feel into the terror of ISIS or the exponential advance of artificial intelligence, I’m struck by the contrast with what I read in this Integral world, like the Daily Evolver or the recent Heart of Christ Consciousness conference. I feel […]
Ginny Whitelaw for Integral Post: March 26th, 2014 My, has Ken Wilber opened a rich territory for us to explore! I’ve read with great interest The 4th Turning – Exploring the Future of Buddhism, and applaud his efforts to bring Buddhism up to date. His Integral frame of structural “rungs” through which we grow up, states through which […]
Ginny Whitelaw for Integral Post: originally published August 7, 2013 Mindfulness has made it into the Zeitgeist – even into Zite, itself, as one of the most popular topics under meditation or Zen. This is a good development. I remember being in graduate school, more than 30 years ago, when I first learned of Thich […]
We’ve all heard the phrase, “The lesser of two evils,” but sometimes leaders are faced with decisions where even the lesser of two evils is not clear. Sometimes decisions seem equally crummy in either direction, depending on your perspective. I was reminded of this while watching the news the other night, as yet another crisis […]
Not sure if my teachers will roll their eyes or applaud me, but I’ve finally hit on a time and place for meditation that seems to work well for me. Thought I’d share my experience in the hope of helping others of similar mind. Establishing a meditation practice has been hard for me. Like most […]
“Find the rhythm where people can move with you or you’re going to be stuck doing everything yourself.” I know I came across that statement when I was reading The Zen Leader, by Ginny Whitelaw, but it has more meaning for me this morning. Having just returned from a week vacation, I was in high […]
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