Wander into Myths

In this week’s podcast I talk about the personal myths we create to comfort us and why these stories need to be examined when new information becomes available. By looking through the lens of both Christian and Buddhist teachings, I ask if subjective truth and morality is enough to keep us stable during times of need? Or do we need objective truths to stand on in order to make sense of the world and our place in it?
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Conspiracy No More

In this week’s podcast I ask how many of our beliefs are based on conspiracy theories? With the death of, ‘sex trafficker for the elites’, Jeffrey Epstein many people have been drawn into this conspiratorial way of thinking, in one person’s words, “We’ve all become Alex Jones.” It’s time we looked more deeply into how the mainstream narratives we believe to be true were initiated and whether conspiracy theories provide the underpinning of many of our most accepted beliefs.
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Lost in Translation

In this week’s podcast I talk about the need to develop our critical thinking capabilities so we can better understand the problems we face – both personally and collectively – and the often well-meaning solutions being offered by politicians and activist groups. Many of these ideas deserve some scrutiny rather than blind acceptance. Thought provoking criticism should not be censored simply because some find it offensive.
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New Dawn

In this week’s podcast I talk about the energy of truth that we can see seeping into so many different areas, bringing light and justice where once there was only corruption and darkness. A new dawn has come and there is no turning back. We have such a supportive and buoyant energy assisting us to become warriors; defenders of truth, protectors of those who need it the most.
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Smoke and Mirrors

As we look at our TVs, computer screens and phones, our consciousness moves into the second dimension and we immediately constrict our view of reality. Lowering our state of consciousness in this way eventually takes it toll and we can begin to feel more anxious and fearful. This perpetual state of fear blocks us from accessing the wisdom and clarity of the higher dimensions.
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Four Corners

“Every truth has four corners: As a teacher I give you one corner
 and it is for you to find the other three.” Confucius

As we begin a New Year it’s important to reassess, not only our goals, but our premises about life. Are we standing on a solid foundation of truth or a pile of comfortable lies? By reviewing some of the topics from last year using Confucius’ four cornered approach, we will can bring balance to our ideas.
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Eye of the Needle

In this week’s podcast I talk about the impediments to moving through the eye of the needle in order to reach the “kingdom of heaven”. In the biblical passage it’s said to be riches that block our entry, but anything that we are attached to, including dogmatic belief systems, will slow down our spiritual progress. I speak about our attachment to information and the irony that the more information we have access to the less enlightened we become.
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Irrational Tides

In this week’s podcast I talk about the tides of seemingly irrational thoughts and emotions that we can experience and how we can develop an inner community of characters to help process them. If we become too logical, we lock ourselves in a mental prison that seeks to know the ultimate truth, which is often only a fraction of the mystery that life presents us. If we allow our irrational thoughts to possess us, we invite another kind of madness that rips us from the fabric of reality and isolates us in a different way. As always, combining two sides of the same coin makes us richer.
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A Little Bit of Knowledge

In this week’s podcast I talk about ancient civilisations, human origins and climate change as a way to demonstrate our desire for, and ability to digest, “A Little Bit of Knowledge”. Delving deeply into topics that we believe are ‘a done deal’ is a foolproof way to exercise and transform our minds. Will you take up this week’s challenge to investigate the opposing side of an argument you are 100% sure of?

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