If you have participated in an TP group, we invite you to share your experience here.


posted Jun 8, 2010, 5:12 AM by Teri Murphy   [ updated Jun 8, 2010, 5:43 AM ]

The mix of boundaries and freedom in this group process fits me like a hand in a glove. I love the way the structure of an evening lets us indulge our intellects and personalities in the first hour and then set them aside in the second hour to actually do a practice. I love the fact that the rotating leadership forces each of us to step up to the plate without letting any of us become the guru. And I especially love the way the "homework" practices during the week compel us to express our learnings in our lives--to really "chop wood, carry water."

I want to explore the possibility of using this process in a truly interfaith context, integrating the three faces of God.
Teri Murphy 
Arlington, VA 


posted Jun 8, 2010, 5:03 AM by Teri Murphy   [ updated Jun 14, 2010, 6:02 AM by James ]

Being naturally skeptical of spiritual "methods" and "programs", I was wary yet open to what might manifest as I joined a TPG using James' model.  My own experience has continued to delightfully surprise me, as James' approach is the strong anchor as well as the impetus for our group to navigate growth and spiritual practice from an integral perspective.
Anita Conner,
Columbia, MD 

Unity of Fairfax

posted Jun 7, 2010, 1:41 PM by Teri Murphy

After nine years meeting in Fairfax, Virginia, we claim growth flowing like a river and steady as a tree.

Thanks from DC U Street Group

posted Jun 1, 2010, 9:42 AM by Teri Murphy   [ updated Jun 13, 2010, 12:13 PM by James ]

We're on our second cycle and deeply appreciating the subtle richness of this process. Thank you  James for making this availble to us!

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