On Merging Science and Creationism

Jun 09, 2019 by Luann Robinson Hull

Dear Friends,

Several weeks ago, someone asked me if I’d ever studied atheism.  Over my 25 years of researching human consciousness, science and spiritual growth, I had to say the topic hadn’t crossed my radar.  Apart from having read The Origin, where Dan Brown pits creationism against science, which was interesting (though not convincing) I’ve never had the slightest inclination to explore the subject.

Thoughts On Letting Go of Summer...and other things

Sep 08, 2009 by Luann Robinson Hull
The coveted warm and sunny summer days are definitely numbered. Soon the first alpine snowfall will usher in a tapestry of fall color and inevitably, winter will follow. Already, there are numerous signs of change-shorter days, longer nights-bears roaming freely everywhere here in the high country as they scavenge for food in preparation for a long winters nap. I want to cling to summer. I know. You are not supposed to cling to things. Believe me, I have been working on learning how to let go for most of my adult existence (which, incidentally, is now far longer than the rest of my life). I know by heart how it goes. If I cling, I will suffer. It doesn't matter. As I witness the amber glow beginning to highlight...

Obtaining True Happiness: Letting Go of Attachments & Inexhaustible Desires

Jun 20, 2008 by Luann Robinson Hull

The purpose of our first six weekly gems, (taken directly from the material in Happily Ever After…Right Now) has been to encourage you to continue to explore new ways of framing your thoughts around how to take charge of your life, your relationships, and your state of well being and joy…and to provide a foundation for your ongoing exploration of what it takes to make you truly happy….

Over the next six weeks we will focus directly on the topic of happiness…this mysterious, yet evasive quality that each and every human in existence hopes to experience...on a full time basis. Saint Augustine writes, in The Happy Life, “…the desire for happiness is essential to man [woman]. It is the motivator of...

Giving & Abundance

May 15, 2007 by Luann Robinson Hull
It is late. I just reached my second travel destination in a week. Upon my arrival, I received an email from my son, with whom I just spent my birthday and Mother’s Day. He has been recovering from surgery and below, writes some amazing words of wisdom, which I wanted to share with all of you, related to what abundance really is.

“What I was able to experience for myself with you being here was the essence of love and giving. I had many ideas in my head about what I wanted to give you for your b-day and Mother's Day. And I have to admit that it was very challenging for me not being able to move about physically and...

Loving The Great Goodbye

Apr 03, 2007 by Luann Robinson Hull
I once attended a powerful retreat facilitated by the extraordinary poet, David Whyte, who wrote The Heart Aroused. He was certainly successful in arousing my heart that particular weekend—probably one of the most extraordinary men I have ever met, and was most definitely someone to whom I never wanted to say good bye…

The Buddhists believe that the root cause of suffering comes from our attachments and that surrender (a constant flow of loving and letting go) is the only way to experience peace and well being. Now this philosophy seems pretty much in alignment with my observations.

In my years of research, study, and exploration, everything seems to point to one conclusion (both in my own life and those of others)—that...

The Magic of Ho'op

Aug 10, 2006 by Luann Robinson Hull
Last week we began discussions regarding life/personality patterns and were given the option to ponder possibilities. What are your greatest strengths? What are your challenges? And in looking at these, can you notice any prevailing life-themes? Who are the people and what are the situations in your life that bring you joy…and how can you increase your chances of having more of those people and circumstances in your life? Are there situations or people that crop up occasionally (or frequently) that seem to cause difficulty? Can you notice any threads of similarity in these people and situations? If so, are you ready to look at what may be going on? In having the courage to do so, you position yourself...

Transcending The Difficulties of Life

Jun 29, 2006 by Luann Robinson Hull
Greetings to all and welcome to this ongoing discussion on the subject of happiness!

Last week we challenged ourselves to begin observing the constant mind chatter, which if left unattended, will like a whirlpool, swirl us into a spin of looking, seeking, wanting and desiring something to make “it” or us happy. “If I could only be out of debt, have the perfect partner (or tweak the one I have into perfection) lose weight, be taller, younger, wiser, richer…then I would be happy. Or, maybe if I continue attempting to attain these things…even if I can’t be happy now, maybe I will be happy some time in the future. We also challenged ourselves to let go of even one little attachment...