Our Article Library
Hello to you and welcome to our article library. This series of posts is an anthology of sorts, a progressive exploration of what we call the “world within,” the inner terrain or landscape of the human psyche. The scope of exploration focuses on understanding our faculties of higher awareness, how they naturally evolves as we mature in our daily lives, and how to leverage there evolution in ways that deepen our fulfillment and sense of being in the world. Appropriately the articles begin with an exploration into the nature of “Curiosity,” the first step towards opening to the world within. While you may choose any article, it’s good idea to explore them in the order we’ve posted them as each one builds upon the previous post.
In the future, we will migrate our library and other litrerary offerings to a more “dimensional” format, one that takes into account the reader’s “awareness profile,” in terms of their maturity, interests, willingness to engage, and the outcomes they seek. (To access articles click on the image.)
“Travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on deep and permanent in the ideas of living.” – Miriam Beard Curiosity is the first step towards exploring the inner world. Some say travelers are restless and are born with a wayward streak. Others label them as nomads and vagabonds. And still others romanticize them as wayfarers and pioneers. But beyond these fanciful notions one of the distinguishing characteristics dwelling within a traveler is simple curiosity.
“Where there is love there is life.” ― Mahatma Gandhi When it comes to inquiries of the heart there is one question that just about everyone in the world asks, “Have you found the love of your life yet?” There is no doubt that answering “yes” to this question is a beautiful thing, yet I can’t help but ask a contradictory question that almost no one in the world asks, “Have you found the life in your love yet?” At first glance the juxtaposition of words is confusing, but for wise life travelers who take its contrary implications to heart, extraordinary value emerges.