In the summer of 2007, I was at a spirituality conference centered on the philosopher Ken Wilber’s work. At one point we were asked to split into quads, and for each person to answer a seemingly simple question: Why are you here?
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‘I never in my wildest dreams imagined that I would be a practitioner or an educator in inherited family trauma’ says Mark Wolynn speaking with the quiet, earnest confidence of a person who, through both hardship and hard work, experienced something of a Damascus moment almost two decades ago.
At a time in my early 20s, I’d anxiously been going around for several days, obsessing over the question on what to do with my life. I wasn’t happy with my job and found myself deeply frustrated with life in general. One day, I went out to lunch with a friend.
How does your soul want to express itself in this beautiful world? What does the word soul mean for you? There are many definitions available regarding soul. This is my view of what is my soul.
Every year the warm fruiting brambles of late summer draw me outside into the country lane behind the house to pick blackberries. This is something I did with my mother when I was a teenager. We would set out walking with our small buckets and find a field where the hedgerows caught the sun.
Here's a delicious fantasy. Imagine that the ancient Greek philosophers, those boring old men who founded our tradition of scientific rationalism, had also taught meditation. Picture them going on pilgrimage to India to study with the yoga masters there.
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