Where do you go to slow down, listen to, reflect on and discuss the deeper questions of life?
Each season will consist of short reflective episodes on the season theme so you can listen and let yourself be drawn into deeper inquiry, presence and stillness.
You'll come away with a deeper connection to your own wisdom and knowing, greater comfort with being in a space of not knowing, more inspired and open to new ideas and different ways of seeing the world and being in the world, and more ready to experience the joy of creative flow.
Take the conversation further by joining us in The Contemplative Edge Community, where there will be additional private podcasts and resources to help you deepen your reflective and contemplative practice and how it informs your work: https://community.contemplative-edge.com
If silence is spiritual, is there a role for it in our secular world?
How do other people experience and relate to silence? In the third and final part of a group discussion on silence, we dive deeper into silence and the boundaries between spiritual and secular silence in society.
Barriers and benefits of enabling more silence in our lives
Given that silence is as essential as breathing, why is it so hard to prioritise? In part 2 of this group discussion on silence, we explore the barriers and benefits of consciously taking time for silence in our busy lives.
Other People's Experiences of and Relationships to Silence
How do different people experience and relate to silence? In part 1 of a group discussion on silence, we hear when the last time people took time in silence was, what their relationship to silence is and how it has shifted and changed over time.
Silence and the Contemplative Edge
What does silence have to do with living and working at the contemplative edge? This episode brings together a number of explorations and themes from season 1 on silence, and looks in particular at the connection to contemplation and creation.
The paradox of silence and nature
In this episode, we explore the paradox of silence in nature. Nature is never still or silent, and yet it enables stillness and silence in us. Why might that be?
How comfortable are you with silence in relationships?
In this episode, we explore the relational aspects of silence, the factors that affect our comfort with silence and the quality of relational silence.
Soft Energizing Powerful Words
Review from my friend Dr Saroj Auplish “Just contemplating the soft energising powerful words. Have forwarded it to family snd close friends I am in a different space. Very calm, stable and no turbulence”