31 01, 2020

Emotions as Tools of Creation (Part I)

2020-02-14T17:31:13+00:00

As human beings, emotions are one of the most powerful tools and resources of creation that we possess. This means that, as the creator of our own emotions—because we are endowed with free will—at every moment we have the opportunity to choose how we think, feel, act, and react to the people, circumstances, and situations in our lives. Since I began teaching this work, one of the core practices of my teachings has been to guide and enable people to self-regulate so that they can change their emotional states at will; that is, to practice being less of a victim [...]

Emotions as Tools of Creation (Part I)2020-02-14T17:31:13+00:00
18 01, 2020

Making Change Stick – Tips on How to Beat Those New Year’s Resolution Blues

2020-01-24T17:57:45+00:00

Does this sound familiar? It’s a new year and a new decade, and the new you is ready to follow suit. Motivation and ambition are running at an all-time high. You’re finally going to reach those goals you’ve been striving for; you’re finally going to take those first few steps towards actualizing your dream. And then… Three weeks into the new year and you’re back to the old self, stuck in old familiar thoughts, habits, behaviors or emotions, living out of the same unconscious programs, and succumbing to your environment (or the people in your environment), which expects you to [...]

Making Change Stick – Tips on How to Beat Those New Year’s Resolution Blues2020-01-24T17:57:45+00:00
3 01, 2020

Jackson Pollock’s Journey Towards Fractals

2020-01-09T16:51:21+00:00

“The modern artist...is working and expressing an inner world—in other words—expressing the energy, the motion, and other inner forces.” Jackson Pollock When the American painter Jackson Pollock began pouring and dripping paint across canvases in the late 1940s and early 1950s, his work at first appeared to be completely random. In a relatively short period of time, however, he garnered the public’s attention, and with that came critics who were eager to interpret his abstract, avant-garde style. “We have a deliberate disorder of hypothetical hidden orders,” one critic wrote, “or ‘multiple labyrinths.’” In 1999, a physicist named Richard Taylor from [...]

Jackson Pollock’s Journey Towards Fractals2020-01-09T16:51:21+00:00