Monthly Archives: August 2018

Hierarchy is the Enemy of Learning

drawing by hugh macleod at gaping void  I spent many years of my professional life advising small and medium sized businesses. My main advice to them over the years was: have iterative conversations with customers and colleagues about what you and … Continue reading

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On Gratefulness: A Self-Enquiry

photo by geralt at pixabay CC0 Many so-called non-dual ‘teachers’ recommend self-enquiry as part of the process towards awakening, enlightenment, or whatever other term they use for the realization that there actually is nothing separate, that there is only an … Continue reading

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Your Self: An Owner’s Manual

Image by Darren Hopes in New Scientist Congratulations! You have acquired a Self. Every one is different, but in some respects each is identical to all others. If you are still a small baby, this manual will probably not be … Continue reading

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