The Nei-yeh is an ancient Chinese text that has profound words for those who wish to transform difficult situations, including mediators, therapists and everyone else. This post contains the text of Chapter 9 and an audio of Elizabeth reading Chapter 9. From the translation by Harold D. Roth.
Resources for joy and celebration.
A lovely yet profound poem by Meng Hao-Jan (689-741) on awakening in the spring.
The first in a series of posts about self-remembering and self-recognition. The work of George Gurdjieff, A. H. Almaas (Hameed Ali) and Faisal Muqaddam, among others, will be explored. This post contains a poem by Derek Walcott that speaks beautifully to the subject.
A wonderful video for inspiration, meditation and reflection. Jennifer Berezan and her friends demonstrate collaborative spirituality by weaving their voices together in a spirit of lovingkindness for all.
In this touching video, Nelson Mandela teaches us to make peace with the world and with ourselves through music and dance.
Blessed are the peacemakers: the chanting and music video Elizabeth played during a recent presentation on the Self of Peace at the Science and Nonduality Conference 2012.