Posted on 1.12.13 by Ba Luvmour
(This is the last blog describing our philosophical foundations for a while. In respect of those who have toured the facility and the questions they have asked, and the imminent Opening, blogs, will appear more frequently and will focus how we accomplish our mission and vision.)
My Executive Read More >
Posted on 12.3.12 by Ba Luvmour
Living self knowledge is the end of choice.
Those who live self knowledge live beyond comparison as a way to ascertain value. The balance sheet approach to decision making never occurs.
Simply, there is a draw to well-being, to the insight and action that dissolves the illusion of Read More >
Posted on 11.13.12 by Ba Luvmour
Three times a year I teach a one credit graduate course at Portland State University. Courses vary though all of them use Natural Learning Relationships as the foundation. Teachers, school guidance counselors and therapists have all attended courses ranging from Relationships with Middle Read More >
Posted on 11.7.12 by Ba Luvmour
In his brilliantly detailed book, The Mystical Languages of Unsaying, Michael Sells scrutinizes the verbal and written teachings of Greek, Christian, and Islamic texts. The point is clear: As soon as an aware person speaks of self knowledge he or she immediately “unsays” it. Why? Because there Read More >
Posted on 10.29.12 by Ba Luvmour
So I am reading the enchanting book Frog and Toad Together to 3 year old Naomi and 6 year old Ruby. It has five chapters and they are following closely. The chapter in which Toad writes a list and then loses it and so loses the thread of his day gets a smile and a nod of understanding. In “The Read More >
Posted on 10.22.12 by Ba Luvmour
Unlike many Eastern philosophers, living self knowledge includes embracing the body. When I read a quote such as appeared on a recent Thich Nhat Hanh calendar that “I Am Not The body,” I hope he meant to say “I Am Not Only The Body.” Self includes body, obviously. It seems incredible that Read More >