The Monkey Mind wins, even in paradise I was in paradise recently – Maui! I flew there (6 am departure time, 2 flights, 8 hrs flying time, 2 hrs layover, 3 time zones away, 10 days away from my sweetie, and the wild fox who’s been visiting us every day and letting me sit within 5[…]
Join the host, Kristin Maxwell, as she struggles with wanting to allow her three teenage daughters to grow without taking on their sadness and challenges. She ends her eidetic process in a very different place and you can experience it right along with her, including her surprise at where she goes!
Episode 1: How your thinking can keep you from what you’re wanting Do you experience a gap between how you feel during your spiritual practice (whatever your practice is) and the rest of your life? Explore how to close that gap…
In late December 2018, Dr Akhter Ahsen, the father of Eidetic Imagery, left his physical body and went home. To honor him, rather than citing his many accolades which you can find elsewhere, I’m including some of my personal recollections of him and the impact he made on me and on the world. It’s my small tribute to the giant he was, and continues to be for so many.