By Leon VanderPol
In preparing to write this article, I posted a question to a transformational coaching forum to hear how others in the field viewed coaching and its role in bringing the human spirit alive. 107 more words
Some of the most personally compelling spiritual experiences of my life took place long before I could even identify them as being spiritual. My earliest memories of childhood were punctuated periodically with moments of a kind of “unconscious awareness” of energies or forces beyond my direct experience of the world; occasionally precipitating unplanned and unexpected eruptions from within me, which would often feel like being immersed in water for a brief time. 4,369 more words
As promised, my short story The Beckoning Sunrise will once again be available as a free download on Friday, June 26th.
If you didn’t get your free copy the last time, here’s your second chance. 8 more words
“The working hypothesis of this book is that consciousness emerges from neuronal features of the brain. Understanding the material basis of consciousness is unlikely to require any exotic new physics, but rather a much deeper appreciation of how highly interconnected networks of a large number of heterogeneous neurons work. 1,344 more words