3 posts tagged unconscious behaviour

Exploring Our Money Shadow

This is an excerpt from my upcoming book from Integral Publishers, Pay What It's Worth: You Don't Need to Set a Price on Value. Stay updated on when it's available for purchase here. Money is a symbol of two basic principles that underlie every process in the physical world: the principle of value, and the principle of giving and receiving. Whether it is our money, our labor, our commitment, or our care—we estimate the value of something by what we are willing to give for it and receive ...

Continue Reading

Criticize, Condemn, and Complain

No matter what you do or don't do, I always have a choice in how I communicate with you. You can't make me do or feel anything. If I choose to not consciously communicate, I am choosing to give away my power. Whether I am attempting to feel small or big in front of you, my unconscious words are reducing me to less than I am. If you can stay steady in you, I can't claim your power. Despite my anger-filled desire, my words can't possibly do this. Nothing external can. Only you can ...

Continue Reading

The People Who Don’t Get It

We see people and things not as they are, but as we are. How aware we are informs what we see—and how we see it. Ubuntu - I am because you are. People who don't seem to get it are seemingly everywhere. We find them in our families, at work, and in all areas of our public and private lives; and it can be painful and frustrating to watch them behave so unconsciously. Even though we know true separation from them is an illusion, it's not hard to find ourselves feeling intolerant of ...

Continue Reading