Joseph Chilton Pearce January 14, 1926 – August 23, 2016

Sometimes it takes a lifetime to embody an insight our teachers share. Joe (Joseph Chilton Pearce) was like an idealized father, ideal in the sense of sharing together one’s passion. It is, I believe, every parent’s wish that their children see the light that illuminates our journey in the same way that every child wishes to be seen for whom they really are and not as an image to be compared.

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Transcending Personal Death

The ‘mists are rising’ is a phrase that describes the transition from a quality of consciousness/awareness that is embodied to a dimension that is not in or of the body. From a body perspective we call this transition death, and it is. The body comes to an end. From a consciousness/awareness perspective this transition may be similar to what unfolds between life in utero and the infinitely vaster planet earth that unfolds at child birth. The nature and quality of consciousness/awareness that served in utero ends and something completely different opens, perfectly suited to the emerging new realm. Reality changes.

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Celebrating Joseph Chilton Pearce

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Still Reaching Beyond Magical Child Joseph Chilton Pearce Turns 90

Joseph Chilton Pearce turns 90 today!
With his distinctive turning up of his nose Joe reminded me in a recent conversation that he dreaded getting ‘old.’ Then he said, “It isn’t as bad as I thought.”

Most of us worry and fret about our day to day affairs and this dominates our feelings about what life is all about. Beginning at a remarkably early age Joe realized that the game of life is all about discovering and developing capacity. We are creation and creation is a completely open-ended affair. The meaning of life therefore, is what we make of it! And yet, what we make of it is often predetermined by the environment, predominantly the virtual reality we call culture.

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