Archives For November 2013

Bruze Springsteen

Recently Gary Douglas and I did a telecall series on Intimacy and we had a conversation about creating the future from a totally different place. I wonder, how much of the future are you creating is based on the hurts and regrets of your past? One thing we discovered is that looking at your past can be like putting heavy weights on your arms and legs and trying to walk forward.

What if the future is actually a space, not a time? What if the future is actually based on whisps of energy that you can direct to create a result? Say, what??

Check this out. Anytime you go to the past, you connect back into this reality. If you would like to go beyond this reality to create a future that is different, one thing that’s required is to let go of the past.

How do you do that?

Here’s a 2.5 minute audio clip with a clearing that may assist:

What future possibilities are available to you now?

-Dain Heer

The kids’ revolution

November 28, 2013 — 4 Comments

“When I grow up, I want to be…. happy!” says 13 year-old Logan LaPlante. He is part of a small but growing revolution of children going about their education differently. Being healthy, happy, creative and innovative are elements of what Logan calls “hackschooling.” He defines “hackers” as those who challenge and change the system to make it work differently.

Watch this TEDx talk and see what it inspires you to create:

Imagine having no need to separate from anything. If you started every morning being the space of everything around you, what would your day be like?

Here’s a 6-minute audio clip for you from a recent telecall I did on Intimacy.

The thing I’d like to emphasize is that rather than a philosophical idea, functioning from oneness is actually highly practical! Not to mention, it might make your life more fun and easy.

What if you had honor, trust, vulnerability and gratitude….intimacy with everything around you?

Just for today?

– Dain Heer


To go against the dominant thinking of your friends, of most of the people you see every day, is perhaps the most difficult act of heroism you can perform.
~ Theodore H. White

– Theodore H. White

What if you didn’t have to find out you’re dying to truly live?

Zach Sobiech, at the age of 14, found out he had a rare form of terminal cancer. So he became a rock star, and millions of people got to see his music before he passed away on May 20, 2013.

This is a beautiful story about a beautiful, beautiful being, choosing to be BE FULLY ALIVE!

What if there is something right with everything you choose?

What contribution are you being that you haven’t been willing to  acknowledge until now?

What would it take for you to choose to be fully alive, right now, in this very moment?

What if nothing is about how you die?

What if everything is about how you live your life FULLY???