17 Resources I used to make some of the unconscious, conscious.
Updated: 13 hours ago
I just wrote an article over here about the 8 insights I discovered transforming my life. In case those insights may be helpful for you to see another angle of the same exact thing.
And just a wee reminder, transforming is an active verb, a continuous work in progress that I'm not sure will ever end. Anyway, this article is kind of a part 2 to the 8 insights one.
I want to share with you the: People, Bodies of Work and Experiences that have had such an incredible impact on my own journey in case you may find one or more of these helpful for whatever you're exploring these days.
Standing on the Shoulders of Giants
People whose documented work has had a profound impact on me doing the work on transforming the unconscious bits. Not the knowledge acquisition, but specifically the resources and tools I have personally used to identify my unconscious programming and then transform it.
I am a long-time student of Dr. Demartini and his work has been hands down the best unconscious hack I've come across to date. And, Covid-19 has pushed that gorgeous Texan online. Breakthrough Experience has gone virtual kids. This is from one of my weekends with John over in London in his element.
Valuable, brilliant, Insanely relevant. I am in love with this work and cannot recommend it enough. There is so much Dr. Bruce brings to the table.
One thing I loved him for when I first came across his work was framing the word Epigenetics for me. What Epi means - as in Epigenetics - As in Epidermis.
Dermis is layer under skin,. Epi is above. Above genetics. Epigenetics making way for you and I to influence our genes.
His life, his work, his death, his poetry.
4. Ralph Waldo Emerson
His essay on Circles. LOVE!
Get the free PDF, or audio or YouTube it, if this jumps out at you.
5. Carl Jung
Making the unconscious, conscious is kind of what he's known for.
The Carl Jung groups on FB have become deeply valuable to me. I highly recommend them.
6. Osho's book - Courage. The Joy of Living Dangerously.
First time I read this book in 2007 I threw it across the garage and into the bin.
Second time I picked it up in 2011, I read it 18x in one month.
This book could be a hit or a F*CK YOU OSHO! (which was my 2007 reaction). Proceed with caution.
7. Dr. Nassim Harramein
The physics of spirituality and his work exploring the space between things. I first came across Nassim when he put out his film; The Connected Universe. Then I joined his academy. And as such have been following his work on "Connections".
8. Buckminster Fuller
I lovingly refer to him as Bucky. I remember the day that I was sat in a conference listening to a line up of great minds when the conversation shifted towards the term #Precession. It kind of blew my mind.
Here's my interpretation of Bucky's paper on #Precession. The honey bee believes its goal in life is to visit a flower and partake of its nectar. So it does exactly that.
Now as the honey bee is in meaningful action, pursuing its goal of honey, what happens? Its wee little legs get covered in sticky pollen. And as it moves from flower to flower cross pollination happens and the honey bee inadvertently discovers its true purpose; sustaining vegetation on our planet to maintain the circle of life that is.
It is inside of meaningful action, pursuing the goal that we value most, that our true purpose is discovered. We don't get to conjure our true purpose from our thinking self.
Following are incredibly dedicated individuals who facilitate incredible experiences that support you in various ways to make the unconscious bits, conscious.
They are the very people I have engaged over the years to assist me.
They are presented to you here in alphabetical order by first name.
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