“Ground is the place to go when overwhelmed with thoughts and fears. It can hold our confusion with unwavering presence. We can source the earth’s
Insights From the Field
by Ten Directions
Recently I have been facilitating a group of 22 leaders that is about to begin a major transformative process. A newly configured team, they are
Is there an idea that you think should be taken out of circulation? A commonly held notion that’s holding us back, that’s outdated, or that
There is an old saying in Zen: Everything the same; everything different. This is a truth that is so obvious that it goes without saying.
An excerpt from “Will the Next Buddha be a Sangha? Responding to the Call to Influence the Future of Collaboration” published in Integral Leadership Review, January-February
Lately, I have been listening to the audio biographies of some of the U.S. Civil War generals—Ulysses Grant, Robert. E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, to name
“When you can relate to the present moment, make choices and distinctions, and bring those into the collective—that is where the facilitative and the leadership
My Zen teacher, Genpo Roshi, once told me a long time ago, “You can’t work with a voice that comes up in the room if
“The opposite of Love is not Hate; it’s indifference.” – Elie Wiesel Last month, I wrote about The Awakened Takeover. Which is another way of
I took an interest in the clip that was all over the internet last week of an episode of HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher,
If what you do every day is somehow trying to close the gap between the human condition and human potential, then you are already participating.
There are all kinds of conversations going on right now about the shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown, another young African-American male in Ferguson, Missouri last