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Are you triggered by “difficult people” in your life? An Open Mind is a step away from the Reactive Mind towards a Heart-Centered Mind

TGI’s perspective on cultivating a Whole New Heart-Centered Mind A spiritual practice is an essential part of spiritual life. One example of practice would be cultivating presence and discernment between a reactive mind and an open mind. Eckhart Tolle invites us to be grateful for the big egos around us, as they are a “wonderful […]

Do you believe the laws of nature are fixed and unchanging? The theory of Morphic Resonance

“Science at its best is an open-minded method of inquiry, not a belief system, says Rupert Sheldrake Are the laws of nature nothing more than habits that natural systems have learned to repeat over time? While it might sound impossible, Rupert Sheldrake is here to explain the phenomenon in this podcast that we have the […]

Self-Source? Mindfulness & Meditation remove barriers to Source…

Are you experiencing post-pandemic stress or trying to calm anxiety about an uncertain future? It’s believed that Apollo’s temple at Delphi in ancient Greece was a place where people would go over 500 BCE seeking answers from the transcendent; answers to questions like,  “What should I do with my life? or How can I find happiness? “ While […]

PRIDE – Honoring Authenticity in a Rapidly Changing Culture

  Pride – Welcoming Authenticity in a Rapidly Changing Culture One hallmark of an education with The Graduate Institute is how students, cohorts, and faculty learn and grow together, including exploring and developing each of our authentic selves. For more than twenty years, TGI has been about holistic and transformative education. None of us exists […]

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