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Author Archives: Helen L. Stewart PhD
Reframing Portland… and My Body
What a broken body taught me about broken ideas.
Cultivating Noetic Wisdom
Cultivating Noetic Wisdom for Personal and Collective Good I am honored to be invited to speak again, along with co-panelist Prasad Kaipa, executive leadership coach and well-respected author of From Smart to Wise, for a ConnectIONS Live! event on Friday, 24 June 2022. That’s tomorrow in the U.S. at 11AM Pacific, 2PM Eastern, 8AM Hawaiian-Aleutian.Continue reading “Cultivating Noetic Wisdom”
Helen’s Appearance on Abema TV Japan
In July 2016 I was invited to tape a segment for a Japanese television program, during which I was to surprise the series star who was visiting Honolulu with a psychic reading. The event was arranged by local event coordinator Fumiko Sato through Sedona Hawaii and business owner Malia Johnson, for whom I have workedContinue reading “Helen’s Appearance on Abema TV Japan”
California Seth Conference 2022
Helen spoke on the subject of “Time Applied” at the California Seth Conference on April 2, 2022, and how we can thrive using the experience of linear time in daily life. Topics include simply reveling in being in a physical body, exploring recurring social and psychological themes, understanding interconnected personalities in various historical moments, andContinue reading “California Seth Conference 2022”
Limits or Limitations?
I am finally learning to stop calling limits limitations. These are not the same.
Intuition Manifesto in Seven Keys
I have written and thought a lot about intuition over the years. The time has come to settle on the fundamentals – at least from my perspective. Neither philosopher nor mathematician, yet immersed in the subject of intuition every day, I have come to the following conclusions: Consciousness simply is All that exists is imbuedContinue reading “Intuition Manifesto in Seven Keys”
Complete Webinar: The Art of Applied Intuition
Helen explores the source of intuition and its role in business, with an emphasis on collaborative consciousness.
Applied Intuition: Consciousness is Collaborative!
Intuition is that capacity of consciousness to understand, communicate, and connect the parts to the whole of creation. Intuition permits individuation and emanation from the formless whole. It renders possible the co-creation of our bodies, our minds, our worlds, and our infinite potentiality.
Noetic Leadership: The Art of Applied Intuition
Helen will be a guest at the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) on Friday, 20 August 2021. The subject is business applications of intuition. Here’s the link to get more information about this free webinar:
Caste: The Violence Within
I began to make a mental list of what I had until now considered idiosyncratic quirks in my family of origin, only to discover in reading Caste the extent to which these behaviors were the direct result of our antecedent slavery past not only in my family but in others as well.
The Fear of Being Second: The Political Is Personal
The Mark of Cain This first and second business is really quite old: Cain was the firstborn son of Adam and Eve, who were farmers, already ejected from the Garden of Eden before he was born. Second-born son Abel comes along, a shepherd, and pleases God. Cain can’t figure out why God prefers Abel’s offerings,Continue reading “The Fear of Being Second: The Political Is Personal”
The Replicability Problem
Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Hebrews 11:1 KJV In the mainstream scientific community we rely on rigor and proof to showcase the material world. In the noetic scientific community we rely on rigor and proof to showcase the nonmaterial world. By noetic, I mean qualitiesContinue reading “The Replicability Problem”
Are We Literate Yet?
Originally published in 1994 in The Times of Trenton as “African Americans in the year 2000: then is now.” At that time we were all looking ahead to the new millennium with some trepidation. now that we have surpassed 2020, has anything changed? It broke my heart a few weeks ago to get a letterContinue reading “Are We Literate Yet?”
Of all the words that might unite us across the political spectrum, the one I have heard most often over the past few days is “Enough!” Enough dividing and conquering Enough violence Enough cruelty Enough isolation due to COVID-19 Enough meddling from foreign powers Enough lying Enough fear Enough loss Enough immobility Enough being takenContinue reading “Enough”
The Great American Fears
Being SecondBeing DefiledBeing SeenBeing VulnerableBeing JudgedBeing PunishedBeing MortalBeing ImmortalBeing Annihilated Here they are, right up front. The fears of: Being Second Being Defiled Being Seen Being Vulnerable Being Judged Being Punished Being Mortal Being Immortal Being Annihilated The Roots of The Great American Fears My earliest notes on the subject of what I call “TheContinue reading “The Great American Fears”
Immigration Issues Are Not Just for the Mainland
Immigration Issues in Hawaii Asylum, border security, and comprehensive immigration reform are not just issues for the mainland. In August 2019, three non-profit organizations co-sponsored a forum on issues of immigration and sanctuary here in the Hawaiian Islands. Panelists spoke of the historical roots of anti-immigration sentiment in the United States since the Seventeenth Century.Continue reading “Immigration Issues Are Not Just for the Mainland”
Count Me In!
The morning was filled with politics. What are we for, what are we against? What matters? What could touch the heart of any individual anywhere on the planet? What slogan could unify a divided country, a divided world, a divided self? At the end of a recent local political meeting the phrase “Count me in!”Continue reading “Count Me In!”
Guilt As a Cornerstone of American Exceptionalism
As I see it, the most significant difference between the United States of America and other developed countries is the public expression of guilt when its ideals are not met, when it slips up in its efforts to become “a more perfect union.” That guilt goes all the way back to the Declaration of Independence.Continue reading “Guilt As a Cornerstone of American Exceptionalism”
Budget Cuts to Education: What in the World Are We Thinking?
When we look for ways to respond to danger, loss, economic challenge, and threats to the future of the planet itself, why are educators and schools the first target for budget cuts, as if education were a “discretionary” expenditure? These are the people and institutions to whom we entrust our prized legacy – our childrenContinue reading “Budget Cuts to Education: What in the World Are We Thinking?”