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Spinning Mind

Spinning Mind – HIGHLIGHT

Changing the small, egoistic “Spinning Mind” to Big Mind view by Irini Rockwell It has been hard to avoid the turmoil that the long buildup and painful conclusion of the United States election of 2016 has brought forth. I have never been a political person, both growing up ... continue
Posted December 23, 2016 by Carol
Natural Brilliance

Natural Brilliance – HIGHLIGHT

Leading from Within by Irini Rockwell We are singing the same song, in different languages. The Awake in the World online conference sponsored by Shambhala Mountain Center reached 80,000 people. Acharya Susan Skjei, talking about leadership, addressed three components: presence, engagement, and leading change. Acharya Fleet Maul, talking ... continue
Posted December 26, 2014 by
Embodying Wisdom, Becoming Sensational

Embodying Wisdom, Becoming Sensational – HIGHLIGHT

Exploring the Five Wisdoms by Irini Rockwell A sensuous sixteen-year-old dancing; a couple in sexual union: ultimate wisdom and enlightenment are personified in the iconography of the Vajrayana Buddhist tradition by just such deities. They live in palaces, and offerings of sense pleasures are bestowed on them. Vajrayana ... continue
Posted November 14, 2014 by
The Family Mandala, part two

The Family Mandala, part two – HIGHLIGHT

Living on the Edge Part Two by Irini Rockwell Co-emergent Wisdom and Mandala Principle The two most powerful and transformative aspects of the Five Wisdoms perspective are, 1) co-emergent wisdom: wisdom born from confusion, intensified emotions transmuted into brilliant sanity, and 2) the mandala principle: the totality of interconnected dynamic ... continue
Posted June 12, 2013 by
The Family Mandala

The Family Mandala – HIGHLIGHT

a painting by Karuna Rockwell, given to Irini for a birthday. The message reads, “Our Family. The energies meld together, clash against each other, and complement each other. Together they make a beautiful picture.”Living on the Edge by Irini Rockwell Director, Five Wisdoms Institute My husband and I decided ... continue
Posted June 7, 2013 by
The Mind of Mindfulness

The Mind of Mindfulness

by Irini Rockwell The first annual International Symposia for Contemplative Studies held in Denver April 26th to 29th was the place to be for anyone interested in mindfulness and brain research. 700 of us from all over the world gathered together to explore this cutting edge endeavor ... continue
Posted May 26, 2012 by
Making the Most of Retreat...

Making the Most of Retreat… – HIGHLIGHT

…and Bringing It to Life by Irini Rockwell Director & Principal Coach/Trainer at Five Wisdoms Institute Taking a retreat, however long, is a precious opportunity to look deeper within ourselves by connecting with life transformative practices. So how do we bring the awareness and intelligence of the retreat back into ... continue
Posted May 23, 2012 by
Embodied Transformation

Embodied Transformation – HIGHLIGHT

by Irini Rockwell The five wisdoms energies, spaciousness, clarity, richness, passion and action, are a way of understanding who we are through the subtlest levels of feeling and experience. Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche was integral in bringing the five wisdoms to the west. Based on profound principles of ... continue
Posted November 1, 2011 by
Wisdoms@Work

[email protected] – HIGHLIGHT

The Five Wisdoms come from an ancient understanding of our being that has great value for us in the 21st century. These qualities of authentic presence pervade our very being, our interactions with others, and every aspect of the phenomenal world. The Five Wisdoms Institute offers ... continue
Posted September 26, 2011 by


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