Category: Finding Yourself

Getting Your Life Back On Track

Most of the time we are doing drama but thinking that we are problem solving or moving toward our goals. What to do?

Posted in Addiction, Escaping Drama, Essays, Finding Yourself, Integration

Wilber’s 3-2-1 Shadow Work and Integral Deep Listening

  If you are reading current integral literature or communicating with many people with associated world views, you are going to be running into “shadow,”  a term coined by C.G. Jung to indicate unknown aspects of yourself, whether detrimental or positive. A detailed description

Posted in Essays, Finding Yourself, Integration

Getting Your Life Back on Track

I want to share with you a remarkable first interview with a new student of Integral Deep Listening (IDL), who we will call Ted.  The night before our first Skype appointment he asked for a dream that would help him

Posted in Escaping Victimization, Finding Yourself, inferiority, Integration, Life Issue, Low Self Esteem

Building Your Dream House

When you combine a clear focus on intention with regular IDL interviewing and application of those recommendations that make sense to you, you will construct your dream house based on a blueprint that uniquely reflects both your needs and your unique gifts to the world.

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Learning Assertiveness From a Black Hole in Space

A single IDL interview can change a lifelong association of helplessness with fear into something positive and constructive. How would Josefine’s life have been different if she had this interview when she was ten?

Posted in Anger, Assertiveness, Escaping Victimization, Finding Yourself