Emptying Your Cup Exercise 2:34 The Book of Not Knowing. Go through everything you believe or hold to be true. As best you can, bring to mind all that you know. Everything that comes up for you that you consider true, or assume is true, ask yourself whether you have actually experienced it or […]
[vimeo 181710579 w=640 h=480] 7. Enlightenment empowers questioning from Peter Ralston on Vimeo.
As we begin to recognize and challenge the many assumptions we live by, we uncover a new freedom and open possibilities. It becomes clear that we need no longer take any of our assumptions as reality. At any time, we can set them aside, open up to not-knowing, and seek out a more genuine experience. […]
DOWNLOAD HERE In this consciousness episode Peter Ralston reveals and destroys an overlooked assumption about having things happen for you in the world. More info: PersonalEmpowerment.Me
[vimeo 181710584 w=640 h=480] 6.Enlightenment is only the beginning from Peter Ralston on Vimeo.
Without the clutter of opinions and beliefs, we are free of bias, and free to look in any direction. We are no longer stuck in beliefs or conventions, or limited by our cultural histories or individual past experiences. We might even approach real wisdom, since rather than the usual sophisticated juggling of facts and opinions […]
DOWNLOAD HERE In this consciousness episode, Peter Ralston answers a question from a student about changing cultural thinking. More info: PersonalEmpowerment.Me
[vimeo 181710581 w=640 h=480] 5. Enlightenment is possible for you from Peter Ralston on Vimeo.
As you start to look into the issue of knowing, and carefully observe your own mind, perceptions, and experiences, you’ll probably find it surprising and a bit unnerving to realize that much of what you think you know is actually just a belief. -Peter Ralston Check out The Book Of Not Knowing to find out where […]
DOWNLOAD HERE In this consciousness episode Peter Ralston talks about the distinction of being a body vs. being a self. More information: PersonalEmpowerment.Me