Loving it All
with David Banner
Web Exclusive Podcast
Have you ever wondered why things seem to be getting worse all the time, despite all the government programs, law enforcement agencies, doctors, scientists and others trying their best to come up with solutions? Until we can determine that a proposed solution will have only life-enhancing outcomes we will continue to grope in the dark, trying to solve problems with only limited understanding-and the solutions offered by the limited, fear-based ago will never succeed.
The root problem lies with the ego, a fiction made up inside our minds, assuming a separate self and a hostile world in which the ego needs to struggle and manipulate to survive.This podcast uses the spiritual technology of the Enneagram to illustrate the nine primary delusions of the ego, and shows how this tool can uncover the underlying virtues of each type.Learn how to transcend the limited ego and move into a present=moment awareness of reality and the joy it brings to you and to your world.
This chapter looks at DSFSQ, the wonderful acronym which stands for “Do something for Someone Quick!” When we are self-centered and focused on our so-called problems, we contract into fear and anger. By getting
outside ourselves, we relieve the pressure we put on ourselves by self-focus.
This chapter looks at how gratitude promotes spiritual growth, appreciation for others and life in general. An “attitude of gratitude: can reap many benefits for all concerned.
The shadow is what Carl Jung called the unhealed parts of ourselves, those parts which were rejected because they were unacceptable to our caregivers and others. They were then repressed into our unconscious, where
they are projected into our waking lives.
This chapter looks at duality, the mind’s way to judge good/bad, I like it/I don’t like it, etc. Judgement separates us from the rest of life. This occurred when we decided, millennia ago, that we could exist separate from God, each other and all sentient life.
This is the second chapter that is optional for those who understand the Enneagram typology, or for a review for folks with a cursory understanding
The first of two chapters that are optional for those who understand the Enneagram typology, or for a review for folks with a cursory understanding.