Welcome to The Wholeness Hangouts: Explorations of Our True Nature and How the Heck to Live Wisely and Well
Wholeness Hangouts (formerly known as Happiness Hangouts) are monthly conversations using the Zoom video and audio conferencing platform during which I and my guests explore the implications of our fundamental wholeness and other spiritual principles at work behind the human experience. Our explorations include:
- The thought-feeling connection and how state of mind is a phenomenally good navigational aid that can guide us through the trickiest byways of life and business.
- How to reliably discern wisdom and guidance from the ego’s chatter.
- How happiness is a default, not a destination.
- The difference between self-improvement and self-realization or transformation.
- What it means to live wisely and well.
Explore your wellbeing in wholeness Hangouts at no cost
There is no charge for attending a Wholeness Hangout or watching a replay. If you choose to participate by phone, you may incur long distance charges. Scroll down for more details.
Participate from your computer or by phone or watch the replays
Use this link to join the monthly Wholeness Hangouts from your computer: https://zoom.us/j/958671556 or join by phone:
+1 646 558 8656 (US Toll) or +1 408 638 0968 (US Toll)
Meeting ID: 958 671 556
International numbers available: https://zoom.us/zoomconference?m=PiSH0_vqb5GQNtOQm7nCQPlr_puNua4X
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Wan’t to experience more of your innate wellbeing? Check out previous Wholeness Hangouts
January 2017: The Miracle of Ordinariness with Sue Coltman Pankiewicz
February 2017: Mahima Shrestha and Presence of Mind in Chaotic Times
March 2017: Healing & Wholeness When Cancer Strikes with Wendi Saggese
April 2017: Wellbeing, what is it and where does it come from? With Linda Pransky
No Hangout in May
June 2017: Expanding Your Wealth: How Living Into Questions Can Inform Your Richness with Nicole Hugeunin
July 2017: One Thought Changes Everything with Mara Gleason
August 2017: Sharing the Three Principles in Business with Dr. Ken Manning
September 2017: Money shenanigans for fun and profit with Mary Schiller
January 2016, Hiro Boga: Deep Engagement, Wholeness, and the Dance of Responsibility
February 2016, Sandra Koenig: Branding as an Expression of Wholeness
March 2016, Mary Schiller: Can an Insight Cure PTSD? One Woman’s Story
April 2026, Dr. George Pransky and Mara Gleason: Can Insight into Mind Help Us Address Global Challenges? (Part 1)
May 2016, Eirik Grunde-Olsen and Linda Pransky: Can Insight into Mind Help Us Address Global Challenges? (Part 2)
June 2016 Wholeness Hangout: The Space Within: Find Your Way Back Home with Michael Neill
July 2016, What to Do When There’s Nothing to Do: The Practicality of Spiritual Principles, with Mary Schiller
August 2016, Toward a New Vision of Recovery with Jacqueline Hollows
December 2016, Simple Truth for Living Well with Dr. Jack Pransky
January 2015, The Wholeness Hangout: Neuroscience and the Three Principles of Mind, Consciousness, and Thought with Craig Polsfuss
February 2015: Coaching in the Vertical Dimension with Terrie Upshur-Lupberger
March 2015: Unleash Your Creative Potential with Cherie Ray
April 2015, Higher Brain Living and the Three Principles
May 2015, Sara Yao and What’s Presence Got to Do with It?
June 2015, Steve Adair and Tony Fiedler, Guided by the Feeling of Wisdom
July 2015, Judy Sedgeman
August 2015, Jacquie Forde: Being & Living in the Unknown
September 2015, Susan Motheral: What Does It Mean to Want What You Want? How Does It Help?
October 2015, Lian Brook-Tyler: What’s Up with Happiness?
November 2015, Wyn Morgan: Why Does Coaching Work When It Works?
December 2015, Bill Cumming: What Do We Need to Understand in Order to Live Wisely and Well?
Resources for Deeper Insight into the Three Principles
The first three books listed are good introductions to the Three Principles. It is followed by books written by Sydney Banks, whose awakening was the basis for The Three Principles. After Syd’s books, you’ll find a selection of books by his students.