Author: Dom Liber
Accompanying another person as they explore their truth can be profoundly moving. It’s one of those magical experiences that leaves […]
Shambhala Publications has invited Dom to run a 90 minute session on Diving in the Inner Ocean for their global […]
In January’s Dive-In with Dom, we explored the intersection of mindfulness and inquiry, focusing on key differences between them, and […]
Are you looking for a map to guide your inner journey? Well, then you might be interested to find out […]
In our monthly Dive-In with Dom sessions, we’ve been steadily working through the contents of the book Diving in the Inner […]
September’s Dive-In with Dom focused on the head centre, that part of us that houses the capacity of the mind… […]
The Heart Centre is what makes us truly human, the place where we feel the goodness of who we truly are. It […]
I was honoured to be invited to talk at the Anxiety SuperConference last month. Conscious Life founder and CEO Alex […]
In this extract from our February 2022 meeting, we consider how to pick a focus and direction for your inquiry, […]
Our January 2022 meeting is all about how to begin your inquiry. The session starts with a ten minute guided […]
In our December 2021 meeting, we explore how inquiry uniquely combines the depth and immediacy we associate with meditation, with […]
In our October 2021 meeting, we explored friendly interest. The session starts with a sensing practice, with an emphasis on […]
I’ve had quite a few requests from the community to share recordings of Dive-In With Dom, our regular monthly meeting, […]
Inquiry is a friendly, curious engagement with the immediacy of our experience. We lower ourselves down into the ocean of […]
In this short clip from a recent book event, a participant asked me to explain what exactly I meant by […]
I got a wonderful question from an audience member at a book reading last year. Why, she asks, if we’re […]
In this, the third clip from the recent Coaches Rising podcast, Dom Liber and Joel Monk discuss some of the questions that coaches have in integrating inquiry into their coaching practice.
In this, the second clip from the Coaches Rising podcast, Joel Monk and I discuss the rising tide of global interest in inner work and personal development.
I recently appeared on Joel Monk’s podcast to talk about my book Diving in the Inner Ocean, and discuss how inquiry can be integrated as a powerful tool in any coaching practice.
Inquiry can sometimes be seen as a kind of ‘hanging out’ with your experience. So what does it mean, to hang out with your experience?
This short post reveals how sensing is a vital foundation for inquiry – grounding your experience, keeping you in touch, and providing a doorway to presence.