In moments of quiet reflection, we sense that all too often we act mechanically, that our inner “driver” is “asleep at the wheel”. Our thoughts, emotional reactions, behaviors and bodily movements are affected and conditioned by influences external to us and our true intentions.
We wish, then, to awaken from our sleep. We wish to work, both individually and together, toward establishing new internal relationships, which lead to lasting transformation. We wish to develop and enact a greater, finer attention. We wish to shed our masks. We wish to bring meaning to our lives; to feel filled with purpose; to locate ourselves as part of a living, evolving universe. We wish to merge our lived experience with our knowledge and so enter the world of understanding.