Author Archives: Inner Ventures

About Inner Ventures

Evolutionary Counsellor facilitator and guide on a spiritual path. Craftsman in wood, creative writer, environmentalist & change agent. This blog is my way of promoting my skills, ideas, concerns for the planet, creative work, spiritual searches and philosophy of life in a public forum.

Beauty, Light and Truth

‘We can’t be reminded enough of how much beauty there is all around us—we who are so often too rushed or numbed or worried to see it and to feel the ease that it brings, in beauty, the Invisible Embrace.’ … Continue reading

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‘WAITING’ by Pierre Theilhard de Chardin

“Above all, trust in the slow work of God. We are quite naturally impatient in everything to reach the end without delay. We should like to skip the intermediate stages. We are impatient of being on the way to something … Continue reading

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What’s Going On With Men – by Bethany Webster (Womboflight.com)

What’s going on with men? With this massive wave of brave women coming forward with disclosures of sexual harassment across many industries, many of us, men and women alike, are grappling with the sobering reality of rampant misogyny. As a culture, we’re left to … Continue reading

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The Miracle of Existence

The following is a quotation from Sri Mooji: When you lose the eyes of the ego, you see with the eyes of God. While identity persists in us, we see and experience the world shaped by our projections alone. When … Continue reading

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Aging is Humbling

These days I frequently  find myself sitting in wonder and confusion as to where my life has gone. My logical mind tells me that I have now lived three score years and seven; I have memories and momentos that help … Continue reading

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A Winter of Words

In a winter of words the verbal garden hibernates. The streams dry up in a drought of expression, a writer’s depression. It is pencil down-time where poetry lies fallow; barren silence on a blank page. It’s a waiting time, a … Continue reading

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What does the Universe want from me?

A poem by Erica Sarzin-Borillo   (http://www.mythichealingarts.com/) To hold a candle in the dark and illuminate what could not be seen And often what would not be seen To hold hold a pic in the minds of men to get to … Continue reading

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What’s Going on With Men? The Mother Wound as the Missing Link in Understanding Misogyny

What’s Going on With Men? The Mother Wound as the Missing Link in Understanding Misogyny by BethanyWebster  “The Bewildered Pursuit” by Andrew Salgado What’s going on with men? With this massive wave of brave women coming forward with disclosures of sexual … Continue reading

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Decisiveness, Uncertainty & Not-knowing

Decisiveness is considered a valuable and necessary quality in contemporary society, and it has probably always been that way. One of early man’s essential survival skills was his ability to think quickly and act decisively under pressure, using his weapons, … Continue reading

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Building a Peaceful Economy – by Judy Wicks

When attending meetings with peace and justice activists, I often find myself the only business person in the room. Inevitably, someone makes a comment about the evils of business, or greedy capitalists, or some other negative comment that implies business … Continue reading

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