Tag Archives: spirituality

Back to Basics

August is that time of year when children are going back to school and we are heading into the activities of fall and winter. It is a good opportunity to regroup and make sure we’re paying attention to the things that support our inner peace. Here is a reminder of four important basics. Space We… Continue Reading

Inviting Change

Have you noticed? You can’t force change. Whether it’s in yourself, in your life, or with others, true change cannot be forced. It can only be invited, and that invitation starts by changing your insides. Insanity Until we learn this fundamental truth, most people try to coerce, cajole, control, and manipulate. Sometimes coercion can change… Continue Reading

The Bodies

Continuing the conversation about fooling ourselves, it is important to remember: we are not our physical body, we are not our thinking, we are not our feelings. Sometimes we forget this. But to legitimately have serenity, power, and freedom in life, we must not only know this truth, we must live from it as well.… Continue Reading

We Fool Ourselves

When we don’t know who we really are, we are identified with a false sense of self. That false identity filters our experiences, thoughts, actions, etc. and gives us inaccurate feedback. Because of this, we see things incorrectly – not as they are, but as we want them to be – because we need to… Continue Reading

Miracle-Gro

  “Being in relationship is like putting Miracle-Gro on your character defects.” Great quote, isn’t it? I heard it many years ago and still find it to be Oh.. So.. True. And, I think there is a good reason for this. If we are meant to be the biggest and best we can be, if… Continue Reading

Ice Cream Sundaes

You can’t have that ice cream sundae with whipped cream and a cherry on top if you don’t have a bowl to put it in. That’s pretty obvious. What’s not so obvious is that this is true on many, many levels. Experience shows that most people who win the lottery jackpot tend to lose all… Continue Reading

Resolutions, or….

Ok, I’m going to be corny here. I’m going to suggest something a little silly – to make you think. We just started the New Year, and most people will have either made or avoided making resolutions. Usually, these are related to physical, external, or feel-good things, such as losing weight, staying organized, getting a… Continue Reading

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