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than a shortchanging of our imagination. Compassion is just the ability to see the connection between everyone and every- thing, everywhere-and to act on it. Go With What You've Got (and Ask for What You Don't): Trust that solutions are self-emergent, that the right people will self-aggregate, and that to ask what the universe wants is not a crazy question. Sketch a few back-of-the-napkin diagrams of your networks of networks (and notice how the degrees of separation dwindle to nil). You're a neuron in the global brain, a muscle cell in the heart of new planetary body. Suss out your function in this evolv- ing physiology, stay authentic, keep signal- ing your fellow organelles, and you might find the resources you need close at hand, among your friends and neighbors. Start With a Seed: I think a lot about seeds. How does a tiny dot of seemingly inert mat - ter buried in dirt produce such beauty and utility? A seed is less a physical object than it is the germ of an idea. It's the informa- tion it contains that mobilizes elements in the soil to join the dance that creates mag- nificent living structures. There's something within each of us, within each situation, that already knows how to grow, that just needs light and nourishment to potentiate truly magical creative forces. If you start small, dream big, plant a seed of intention, and care for it, it's not unrealistic to expect something marvelous to come up. I've come to admire the metaphoric el- egance of a tree: donating free oxygen, run- ning on solar energy, sheltering all creatures, putting on a display of life's ceaseless gen- erativity. Since forever, people have gathered beneath trees to parley and palaver, to pic- nic and to play. Every faith has a Great Tree somewhere in its narrative. Each sapling we help to plant feels like a resurrection of hope, an emissary to future generations. We're now setting out to scale up our efforts, convinced that the Green World Campaign can help plant billions of trees, restoring the economy and ecology of some of the world's poorest places. I made up a slogan, a mantra I apply to both daily increments and grand gestures: It's amazing what one seed can grow. Sown in the ground, planted in the heart, each day it grows a little more true. . an higher consciousness be measured? At ITP we are asking the important questions. Join us and earn your degree. Psy. D. I Ph. D. 1M. A. I C ertifica te Online and On Campus Learning SPIRITUALLY-ORIENTED CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY TRANSPERSONAL PSYCHOLOGY . COUNSELING (MFT) WOMEN'S SPIRITUALITY . EDUCATION AND RESEARCH COACHING . SPIRITUAL GUIDANCE . CREATIVE EXPRESSION WWW.ITP.EDU. 650-493-4430 1 7 GRADUATE EDUCATION AT THE FRONTIER ", OF PSYCHOLOGY AND SPIRITUALITY SHAMBHALA SUN JULY 2010 29