This week's podcast explores how using language to describe spiritual truth is like attempting to point to fire with ice - the closer you get to what you're pointing to, the less you have to point with.
This week's podcast is a thought experiment I heard about from a friend a couple of week's back that was echoed by Anita Moorjani during this weekend's training. It's a fun way to get a read on how much of your activity is tempered and shaped by what you think other people will think about what you do.
This week's podcast features a modern-day fairy tale written and recorded by Stephanie Benedetto Padovani, a participant in this year's Emerging Voices mastermind. When she read it out in the group we all had goosebumps, and she very generously took the time to record it so you could all get a chance to enjoy it!
This week's podcast is an exploration of how the number one enemy of inner peace is our own habit of winding ourselves up about anything and everything.
In this week's podcast I share an old Sufi story about a village surrounded by a seemingly infinite, impenetrable wall and what happened when they try to find out what's on the other side. (As it happens, it also points to the limitations of spiritual teaching and sharing and why sometimes the only way out is in.)