Studies show that the endless onslaught of digital content is fragmenting our mental ability to focus on, retain, and process information. And for those of us interested in seeking a larger consciousness, the journey depends on having a quiet mind. With literally too much information available to us in the cyber era than it's possible to assimilate, we need tangible strategies that can help us improve our capacity or organize our thoughts, recall and interpret information, and ultimately, achieve the kind of quiet mind that opens our awareness to deeper meaning.
Lyn Lesch, author of Intelligence in the Digital Age: How the Search for Something Larger May Be Imperiled, joins us to share his expert tips on how we can achieve a quiet mind amidst the digital chaos and explains why this is essential to expanding our consciousness.
Lyn Lesch founded and directed his own democratically run school for children ages six to fourteen for twelve years, one that received widespread attention in the Chicago area as a unique approach to education. He has written four books on education reform, all of them emphasizing the importance of what occurs inside a young person while they learn. He has a lifelong interest in pursuing a larger consciousness.
Intelligence in the Digital Age: How the Search for Something Larger May Be Imperiled
Lyn Lesch's Website