Why should something so profound as an awakening consciousness elicit laughter? We imagine that an effort as serious as trying to become conscious of the very nature of our existence would result in a serious outcome, but it’s often the opposite. -Peter Ralston The quote comes from Genius of Being, which is now available for pre-order. […]
[vimeo 191201503 w=640 h=360] Why do a workshop? from Peter Ralston on Vimeo. Sign up for a workshop click here!
DIRECT DOWNLOAD Peter Ralston explains that just believing what you are told is a disempowering relationship to learning. More information: PeterRalston.com Join us for live dialogue at our facebook group: Conscious Dialogues
Consciousness Exercise What is thinking? Consider that everyone doesn’t do the same thing when they do what they call thinking. What do you do that you call thinking? Can you imagine a different way of thinking? Try to create a completely different way of thinking than you’ve ever considered and see what you can […]
[vimeo 181710585 w=640 h=480] 9.Direct Consciousness vs. Science from Peter Ralston on Vimeo.
Knowledge, answers, and identity are all external to you. They are “viewed” by you, perceived and received by you, adopted by you, and maintained by you all day long, but they are not you. From these you get to be something knowable, fathomable. You get to have structure and be filled with your own unique […]
DOWNLOAD HERE In this episode Peter Ralston talks about the importance of the “Do it now” principle. More information please visit: PeterRalston.com Join the live conversation on the Facebook group CONSCIOUS DIALOGUES.
Consciousness Exercise In the very act of perceiving, much of the world you experience is created. Try to discover how much that is. What is added to the reality you perceive by interpretation and recognition and association? If you take those activities away, what do you have left? Find out more at PersonalEmpowerment.Me. Join the discussion […]
[vimeo 181710583 w=640 h=480] 8. The substance of enlightenment from Peter Ralston on Vimeo.