“I say there is this living reality, call it God, truth, or what you like, and it cannot be found or realized through search. Where there is the implication of search, there must be contrast and duality” (Krishnamurti, P. … Read More
When describing Mind, Neurobiologist Dan Siegal shares: “it is a system that entails the flow of energy and information within the brain and between one another.”
The Fleeting Self
The things that people use to define … Read More
Yesterday I received a call asking for information about my upcoming workshop this Saturday, Beyond Fear. The person wanted to know what we were going to talk about? What was the process and what could be expected?
I explained … Read More
"We are so quick to identify with things happening to us from the outside in."
- client insight, Chad Langston
It is tempting, isn't it? After all, my husband really did leave a huge mess in the living room, or I really didn't … Read More
"To the mainstream materialist way of thinking, only the physical is real. Anything nonphysical is at best an artifact, at worst an illusion." The Mind and the Brain, Schwartz & Begley
Some neuroscientists have fallen into … Read More
I am the last expert you will ever need. I don’t mean you won’t want to hire a housekeeper, or visit a cardiologist; I mean that after we work together you will see your own wisdom and you will stop looking to other people to give … Read More
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Thriving In Relationships, May 10th
Conversations with Jeanne are unfailingly helpful (even when I'm resistant as hell!). Jeanne brings true curiosity and non-judgement to our conversation, that allow me to tell the truth about what I'm thinking and feeling. From there, her ability to shift my perception and be open to something different always give me the sensation of emerging from stuffy darkness into light and open air.
Susan McCulley Black Belt Nia Teacher
Jeanne did a wonderful job of telling her story so richly and authentically that it allowed us to open up honestly, too. Jeanne was clearly coming from a place of honesty and clarity that is very rare. Her authenticity was so visible it led us to the same place. The facilitation was both comforting and enriching. I was surprised by the transferability of what I learned. I anticipated a meeting about meetings, but the authenticity of the dialogue was such that what I learned is applicable to all facets of life.
Brooks Doherty Dean of General Education, Rasmussen College