Although we take it for granted as part of our history (and perhaps as a way of championing diversity), it is interesting to consider that, since humans have walked the earth, there has never been universal agreement on what Life is, let alone humankind’s relationship to Life. In short, we have no common narrative to join around.
Michael McKinney spent most of his working life in universities, seeking to further their transformation. His life-long fascination with language and how people use it to create and navigate reality continues unabated. A decade of working with Jeddah Mali has deepened his awareness and understanding of language as an energy field. His fervent hope is to hold off the last of his enemies (old age) long enough to share his emerging understanding with others.
I am very committed to evolving our conscious understanding of life as the key to our own growth and that of the world around us.
For many years we have provided one-on-one and group training for individuals and organisations. In more recent years I’ve been working quietly behind the scenes to create a whole new body of work that takes this further.
I was introduced as a health pioneer in my first blog-post. In this second blog I explore why you should be one too.
The world we are living in today is in many ways very different from the one we experienced some thirty or forty years years ago. Our lifestyle has changed dramatically since the introduction of PCs, the internet and wireless communication. As have our diets, work-life-balance, movement and sleeping patterns.
Let's have a look at the implications.
Where are you at this point in your life? You must be a very special person. You would not be reading this if you were not on a journey to find out about life. In this article and in the series that will follow, I want to share with you my (constantly evolving) perspective on life, health and wellbeing, bringing you practical tips and hacks from the research we are currently developing in this field.
Do individuals make any difference to the bigger picture, or influence the wider societal trends in any way?
This question has been rumbling around for years, at least as long as the movement towards self- development. However, many people are not clear on the answer. We do influence the bigger picture, but few would imagine the immediacy of that influence, or the extent of it.