Tag Archives: Thomas Berry

Human Resilience, Adaptation, Transformation and Development

Perhaps it is we who are the Noahs we have been waiting for. And the Ark capable of carrying us into that future is the developmental transformation of our consciousness. Continue reading

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Falling in Love with the Wild — ReWilding the Self #9

This ‘wild’ creative spontaneity that lies innately within our deepest reality, this is the profound mystery of which our wholeness is woven, unbroken; this is our wild resiliency. It offers us a path back to the experience and knowledge of innate belonging and wholeness… Continue reading

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Re-Wilding the Self -2

The essential movement of rewilding the self is the turning toward Life, what I have come to call biotropism. This is no small feat of orienteering… Continue reading

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Perceptual Agility, Money and the Market

To see the world differently than one has grown accustomed to requires a certain perceptual agility and is a key characteristic of our wild resiliency. That we cannot solve today’s problems, created out of our own successes, through the same … Continue reading

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Worldviews of Old Stories and of New Stories

David Brooks in today’s NY Times has an oped, titled The Great Escape, which fits in well with this series of posts on worldviews. There, he references an “essay, which appeared in Books & Culture, is called “C. S. Lewis … Continue reading

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The Value of a New Story — An Accurate Worldview

The value of a good story has been appreciated ever since our ancestors first sat around a crackling fire on a dark night and, with full stomachs, shared the adventurous tales of a successful hunt… or perhaps shared through story … Continue reading

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Love of Life can carry us through!

I love the pleasure of good conversation over a cup of fine coffee or tea. Over our brews, a friend and I recently talked about the state of our lives and of the world, about the challenges, risks and opportunities … Continue reading

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A Matter of Perspective – Part II

One of the points I will be making in a free Friday (January 10) tele-conference on Aspen Body Wisdom is that our change-hardiness and learning-agility are hinged to our capacity to see the world and ourselves from a variety of … Continue reading

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The 10 Most Amazing Space Photos in the Universe

“The Sombrero Galaxy – 28 million light years from Earth – was voted best picture taken by the Hubble telescope. The dimensions of the galaxy, officially called M104, are as spectacular as its appearance. It has 800 billion suns and … Continue reading

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