Deep Living Library

  • Let This Be the Season by Roxanne Howe-Murphy. On a very human level, gratitude challenges any temptation toward self-pity, victimization, self-grandiosity or other form of narcissism, and uplifts us to our higher nature. Ultimately, Gratitude is an act of being a conscious partner in the play of the Universe. It grows our perspective of what it means to be alive. Intentional Gratitude is, very simply, transformative. I suggest that there is a “continuum” of gratitude consisting of 6 dimensions.
  • Exploring the Six Dimensions of Gratitude by Roxanne Howe-Murphy. On a very human level, gratitude challenges any temptation toward self-pity, victimization, self-grandiosity or other form of narcissism, and uplifts us to our higher nature. Ultimately, Gratitude is an act of being a conscious partner in the play of the Universe. It grows our perspective of what it means to be alive. Intentional Gratitude is, very simply, transformative. I suggest that there is a “continuum” of gratitude consisting of 6 dimensions.
  • The Hunger for Depth by Roxanne Howe-Murphy. Since the publication of Deep Coaching, and now with the publication of Deep Living, I continue to come across many ways that the word "deep" is showing up in our awakening culture. The term "deep ecology" was coined in 1973 and helped pave the way for the so-called new thinking that has been opening our collective awareness to the depth of our interconnectedness to all of life. It's not unusual to see references to "deep teaching," "deep science," "deep play," "deep time," and "deep democracy." (Not to mention "deep cleansing" and a few other "deeps," but that takes us in another direction!)
  • Moving from Superficiality to Depth by Roxanne Howe-Murphy.

    Since the publication of Deep Coaching, and now with the publication of Deep Living, I continue to come across many ways that the word "deep" is showing up in our awakening culture. The term "deep ecology" was coined in 1973, and helped pave the way for the so-called new thinking that has been opening our collective awareness to the depth of our interconnectedness to all of life. It's not unusual to see references to "deep teaching," "deep science," "deep play," "deep time,' and "deep democracy." (Not to mention "deep cleansing," "and a few other "deeps," but that takes us in another direction!)