"There is an almost sensual longing for communion with others who have a larger vision. The immense fulfillment of the friendships between those engaged in furthering the evolution of consciousness has a quality almost impossible to describe.”

- Pierre Teillard de Chardin

Several years ago I was inspired to create a meeting place on the internet where individuals committed to establishing actuality in their lives could read articles on various topics relevant to living contactfully as well as share their experiences and support each other. This section of my website is the beginning of bringing this dream to fruition. It is my hope that the ideas presented here will provide direction finders for your journey towards wholeness and liberation and may even offer a foundation for conversations with others…because I believe healing takes place in contact. And a community based on this growth-oriented approach towards living may have the potential of moving the world at large towards a peace so necessary, I believe, for the conditions of today.

 

What is the Enneagram?

The Enneagram describes nine different ways of relating to the world, one of which you made unconsciously your own. Some psychologists refer to this as identity or the “once and for all” solution to a limitation in the environment early on or to protect a specific aspect of the self that felt threatened as our […]

Facets of Unity

The longer I work with my clients the more they are beginning to experience the transpersonal realm.  I, therefore, thought it might be a good idea to outline some of its features.  The following article is influenced by a paper that Jim Doak shared with his trainees on the same subject. GT is based on […]

Enneagram: Mapping The Way Out

“When we know everything is light, we are enlightened!” – Yogi Tea. I read this quote while drinking my daily cup of lemon ginger tea and I was reminded that we are individuals and at the same time one. The Enneagram is an ancient framework for explaining how human nature and, in turn, behavior attempts […]