Helping you make wise decisions in your life

When did you last regret a decision you made? Can you envision where you would be today if you had made that decision differently? Imagine what you could achieve in your life, in your business and even in the world if you could always think, decide and act with true wisdom. The good news is, you can. With the right tools and techniques you can learn how to make decisions that have the most positive impact on all concerned.

Tuesday, 27 April 2010

Vale Cherie

Our dear friend and close neighbour for 6 years, Cherie, "lost her battle with cancer" early on Anzac Day morning. At least, that's how the news will report her passing. But if there was a "battle", the cancer lost. The senselessness of cancer is that it destroys its host. Cherie lived her life fully, seven stars all the way. And she will be gladly remembered by whole communities of people. No one will remember the cancer.

Friday, 2 April 2010

What's Good about Good Friday?

It's Easter Good Friday today. A time to reflect on the difference between religion and science. But are they so different? Both are dogmatic about an epistemological framework that puts a priori evidence (either the Bible, or accumulated knowledge) ahead of reasoning, and direct experience. And yet the contemplative tradition in all the major religions emphasises personal experience as the most direct path to knowing. We can't know or not know until we have the direct empirical evidence for ourselves. Isn't that just good science? Todays metaphysics may be tomorrows physics.