Egoic people will think they are egoless. Ignorant people are the most confident. Those unaware of themselves will think they are self-aware. Those who haven't begun the healing journey will call themselves lightworkers. Sleeping people will think they are awake. Unhealthy people will think they are healthy. The programmed will think they are finished deprogramming.... Continue Reading →
The most loving thing you can do is allow your self-hatred. Anytime you resist your own honesty, anytime you resist where you are or who you are at any given moment, you are resisting yourself. You are saying "no" to your authenticity. It's that resistance that is unloving. If you really love yourself or... Continue Reading →
I'm coming out of my shell. I've spent my whole life being embarrassed about who I was, feeling ashamed, apologizing for myself, focusing on all my flaws, ....in fact, you wanna hear all my flaws? If I were to write a book on all the mistakes I have made and still make e-v-e-r-y single day,... Continue Reading →
Being wrong is death for some people and they may go on into their adult lives trying to prove they are right. Liberation is only found in being OK with being wrong and having no problem admitting you are sometimes wrong and there are some things you just don't know.
The thing is, we ALL have gifts! Nobody is better than anyone. We ALL have something to offer this world. If you don't see that now, you will later. If YOU did not exist, all the Universes would collapse. Why? Because, again, the Universes NEED your UNIQUE spark and SPECIAL gifts. Even if you think... Continue Reading →
Do we need to shield ourselves from negative energies? If we are sensitive to negative people or their emotions and energies, it is probably because they are reflecting back the repressed unconscious negative energy within us. Nobody can make you feel anything that you are not harboring yourself. We might not know who we are... Continue Reading →
We can argue all day long about the "truth", but unless we have personal experience with it, unless we can be objective critics of that experience, and unless we have some common sense carried over from intuition and previous lifetimes, we are only just making noise. You can find a study that suits your bias... Continue Reading →
"To know thyself is the beginning of wisdom" - Socrates I have been asked what my take was on this. There are, what I see to be, three layers of the self: the personality (the mask), the unconscious (part of self we're unaware of and/or ashamed of), and the soul-self (the true self). Knowing the... Continue Reading →