We welcome guest blogs from anyone who has graduated from one of our programmes – or, indeed, from anyone interested in the principles of consciousness, courageous action, and warriorship.
At best the integration of our work and domestic / personal lives could mean that we can finally be seen as whole human beings – human beings who have roles and responsibilities at work, but who also exist outside of that context. In a way one of the biggest opportunities of this new reality is the invitation to begin to interrogate some of the assumptions and stories that have developed in our work and home lives.
Compassionate love may be the best gift you can give others – and yourself – as the year comes to an end.As the holiday season approaches many of us are facing up to the idea that this year, we won’t be around the people we love. Many are making the tough decision...
The key to effective leadership and personal fulfilment is to embrace this fact: we are animals like any other.
In a world where actually being face to face with other people is now something of a rarity, it’s become even more apparent what it means to be present.
Leadership which revolves around an ability to micro-manage every possible outcome is no longer an option.
Perhaps warriorship means letting go of the need to control the world around and inside of us …
Listening to our bodies can tell us when we need to eat, when we need to move, when we need to rest. Just for a moment, can you switch of your mind? There’s a lot resting on it. 🙂
In the real world there are no Supermen, there are no Wonder Women. If we hold people up as heroes, they can only ever fall short. So what is different about a warrior?
As leaders we have a particular responsibility to not settle for the reassurance of hope, and the private satisfaction of raising our awareness. Now is the time for courageous action to challenge systemic racism and advocate for racial justice.
Over the years we’ve had the privilege of working with some wise, conscious, courageous leaders. We asked some of them to share with us their insights about how they are leading through this moment of crisis
Coronavirus Joke: 2020 is a unique leap year. It has 29 days in February, 300 days in March and 10 years in April. Why is it that we so often lean into humour during dark and challenging moments? And what might be the benefit of actively looking for moments of...
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