Illumination appreciation.



There are so many brilliant people I have been lucky enough to learn from and be inspired by — this work is a practice, not a destination, and I surround myself with as much illumination as possible.

Here, for your reading, watching and following pleasure:
The Illuminati Page of Honor


Brene Brown, Marie Forleo, Elizabeth Gilbert, Danielle LaPorte, Simon Sinek


Mooji, Yogananda, Ekhart Tolle, Michael Singer, David Hawkins, Byron Katie,

Wayne Dyer, Maya Angelou

Teachers that I studied with in person who I am particularly grateful for:

Don Baba, Molly Carmel, Alan Finger, Jay Vinci, Peter Ferko, Mona Anand, Ali Cramer, Ali Berlin.

Humbly, gratefully, bravely and enthusiastically, I will continue learning.  I will never assume I know the truth.

Never assume that you have attained truth. Don’t make any claim to knowledge. Form no conclusion or evaluation concerning truth. The minute you do, your downfall is assured. Whenever you imagine you know something, you cease being open to the living exploration. You have closed a door and cut off the oxygen to the breathing truth.

- Mooji


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