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Energy Works ECOintention Intensive

Stony Point Center, New York 17 Cricketown Rd, Stony Point, NY, United States

For the first time ever ECOintention training will be provided in English in the USA this October! You can find out more online here and register here. It’d be great to have you with us if you feel called. Feel free to drop me a line if you have any questions.

Live Interaction at Conscious Evolution Summit

I'll be hosting a 90 min interactive session based on my talk on Volution and the Pain and the Promise at the Conscious Evolution Summit. The talk will be released on Weds Oct 14. Sign up for the summit here! Here is a trailer of the talk: [youtube]

Introduction to Energetics course

This 4-week course explains with simple language and concepts what subtle energy and information are, and how to work with them in the context of organizations and nature.


The Pain and the Promise talk at Integral European Conference

When a tree wants to send its branches higher into the sky, it needs to send its roots deeper into the earth. When a person or society wants to move to the next level of development, we have to dig down into our past to release the energy held there by earlier traumas. Humanity’s current...

Time: Exploring and Transcending Our Experience of Time as Linear (Merry Musings 8)

Linear time is a relatively recent phenomenon of the human experience. It is only a few thousand years old in the context of our three million year journey. Yet experiencing our world through the lenses of linear time – with a past, present and future – deeply determines how we relate to life. How much...


Thought: The Role of Thought in Linear Time and Separate Space (Merry Musings 9)

Abstract thought emerged together with linear time and alphabetic language. Before that time we experienced reality directly. Thought clearly expanded our capacities at one level, yet when thought is unrooted from experience, and the mind is disconnected from the body, it can wreak havoc. Abstract thought tends to keep us pondering the past or wondering...