While we still may make a few more edits, we think you’re going to love this peek into live Lila retreats, interviews with participants as well as inside information from Lila Founder Leif Hansen. Best if viewed full screen and in HD!
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“Existence, the physical universe, is basically playful. There is no necessity for it whatsoever. It isn’t going anywhere. It doesn’t have a destination that it ought to arrive at.” (Alan Watts). Enjoy the short video. In our endless quests for causes and reasons, it’s delightful to remember that however you look at it, the Universe […]
How often do you let a deep sense of delight guide how you live your life? One of the challenges with the work I do is that it often involves using “trigger” words -words that trigger past pain or conjure assumptions in ways that don’t end up serving either of us. On that note, my […]
The Playful Universe – Ascent of Humanity. Eisenstein offers his amazing book online for free. If the below section, titled “The Playful Universe”, does not blow your mind and confirm the importance of Lila, I don’t know what will. You can also download and listen to the audio for free here. (All the […]
“There is an old Sanskrit word, Lila (Leela), which means play. Richer than our word, it means divine play, the play of creation and destruction and re-creation, the folding and unfolding of the cosmos. Lila, free and deep, is both delight and enjoyment of this moment, and the play of God. It also means love. […]
“I believe that everyone believes in God.” Did that get your goat, or at least your attention? Let me explain why I said it, what I mean and how it might be a true and helpful concept to consider. Of course it all depends on what one means by a word like “God”. Since there […]
For those interested in more deeply exploring the ‘applied improv’ aspect of the plerk (play/learn/work) that I do, I HIGHLY recommend the 3 part blog series by a friend and Applied Improvisation Network colleague, Ted DesMaisons. My favorite was the third part, but I’d recommend all! Follow the jumps… Defining the Undefinable (Part 1 […]