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The Koan of Illness Series
Does the complexity of chronic illness management overwhelm you? Do you struggle to navigate the paperwork, the emotions, the lifestyle changes that illness brings?
Everyone who deals with illness, whether patient, caregiver, provider, or administrator, deals with a complex mixture of personal, technical, institutional, and spiritual issues.
The Six Skills of Meditation
Meditation is a way of transforming the self through self-observation. It involves the development of particular skills, among them being able to relax and concentrate, to remain imperturbable despite inner and outer distractions, to be alert, and to be aware. Being integral and holistic, it explores interrelationships between body, mind, and…
How to Grow Up and Wake Up
Everyone talks about personal and spiritual growth, but few offer a comprehensive map of what that looks like. Using the lens of integral theory, we will look at our personal evolution in relation to the self/Self, the “other,” and the objective world through the concrete, subtle, and causal levels of development. The course is designed to provide clarity and…
It's Not Too Late
Without support and feedback, it is hard to realize our dreams. Books can give us the how to on goal setting. Motivational speakers can get us up and running. But who cheers us on when we’re only halfway through the marathon?
The Four Dimensions of Healing
Healing is not a one dimensional experience. Illness brings issues to all aspects of your life. This integral map shows us how to get a handle on each of the four fundamental areas we need to heal: our personal trauma, our relationships, our interactions with…
I Should Have Done It Yesterday
Perfectionism leads to procrastination. Learn some tips for dealing with both in this mini course. In four days, you will understand why you procrastinate and what you can do about it – and you will also have a dreaded task completed!
Register for a discussion group
The Koan of Illness Discussion. Share with others what it is like to live with chronic illness and share tips on applying an integral philosophy to this life situation.The Koan of Illness Discussion
The Koan Caregivers Discussion Group. Share with others who are caring for someone with chronic illness and want to bring an integral view to their experience.The Koan Caregivers Discussion
Meet Lynn and Jose
Lynn and Jose are leading exponents of the new wave of consciousness that is coming into the world. Long time teachers of integral philosophy and life practice, of “waking up” and “growing up” which merges Eastern awakening practice with western developmental psychology, they bring clarity to often obscure spiritual and psychological subjects and inspire others to find lives of peace, balance, joy, and love.
Lynn has degrees in politics, communication, law, and transpersonal psychology. She has worked as a lawyer, mediator, college professor and online course designer and teacher. The founder of the Chronic Illness Initiative at DePaul University and an expert in chronic illness, she has taught and written on psychology, conflict resolution, health, and development. Her books include After the Wrecking Ball, It’s Not Too Late, and Harry Harrison Wigglesworth the Sixteenth and the Freedom Strain.
The founder of Computer World in Colombia, Jose has a degree in engineering, many years of experience as a monastic, and many years in the telecommunications industry in both the USA and Colombia.
Both are certified as coaches in SQ 21 (The 21 Skills of Spiritual Intelligence) and in the Now Technique. Jose is certified in The Sedona Method, Conscious Language of Mastery Systems, and AONC, and Lynn is certified as a StAGES debriefer and a Lectica debriefer. Both practice an integral life of meditation, cognitive and psychological development, physical fitness, and service to others.
As recognized leaders in the integral movement, their mission is to help usher this new consciousness into the world.
After the Wrecking Ball: Ten Principles for Finding Peace Amidst Conflict
Dr. Lynn Christine Fuentes
After her life fell apart in l995, the author “received” ten spiritual principles that guided her to develop a new and thrilling life. This book describes how these principles can work in our lives and how to use them to create abundance, joy, happy relationships, and peace.Get Book
It’s Not Too Late: You Can Grow a Bright Future Starting Right Now
Dr. Lynn Royster Fuentes
Millions of adults are disillusioned, disappointed, and even despairing about the way their life has turned out. They may have worked hard and done what they were supposed to do, but the rewards they expected aren’t there for them. Others may have made major mistakes and fear they will continue to be held back by them for the rest of their lives. This book shows us how to resurrect our lost or “impossible” dreams, step onto a path of our own choosing, and succeed in achieving our most treasured goals.Get Book