If we want a future that is different from our present, we need to wake up. What does waking up mean, and what are the rewards of it?
The work we do together invites us on a transformative journey, not towards something new, but to reveal our own dormant, inherent wisdom. This paradoxical path of self-discovery is a profound process of uncovering what's always been within us, as we let go of misconceptions and open up to the interconnected essence of life.
We all want to be happy, and it can be surprising how much of our life is driven by this. However, sometimes we indulge and what I call comparative happiness. This is a slippery slope that never ultimately leads to true happiness.
In our busy world, where distractions reign, we have a paradoxical relationship with attention. I believe it is creating a mentally ill society.
When I went into hospital I received extraordinary care from my surgeon. He is a model for how to bring love into your work.