Author: Clay Boykin

“Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself”

Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself Joe Dispenza – “To fully break the habit of being yourself, say good-bye to cause and effect and embrace the quantum model of reality. Choose a potential reality that you want, live it in your thoughts and feelings, and give thanks ahead of the actual event. Can you accept the notion that once you change your internal state, you don’t need the external world to provide you with a reason to feel joy, gratitude, appreciation, or any other elevated emotion?” TED Talk Introduction to...

Read More

Male Spirituality

What is male spirituality? What does it mean? What is its essence? Fr. Richard Rohr, in this interview on Male Spirituality provides excellent insights. As well, check out his article on Masculine Spirituality on our Articles on Men’s Issues page.   Masculine Spirituality – By Richard Rohr, O.F.M. – Masculine spirituality.  Perhaps the term sounds new, different, even wrong or unnecessary.  Why would we bother speaking of a spirituality that is especially masculine or male?  Is there anything to be learned here?  Anything that can help both men and women… Richard Rohr, O.F.M. (born in 1943 in Kansas) is a Franciscan friar ordained to the priesthood in the Roman Catholic Church in 1970. He is an...

Read More

Autobiography of a Yogi

Autobiography of a Yogi is one of the world’s most acclaimed spiritual classics. Recently released into the public domain, the complete audiobook is posted below. As the life story of Paramahansa Yogananda — who is often referred to as the Father of Yoga in the West — this book has touched the hearts and minds of millions around the globe. Translated into forty-five languages, it has served as an ambassador for India’s ancient science of Yoga, introducing countless readers to the methods for attaining God-realization that are India’s unique and lasting contribution to world civilization. Hailed as a masterpiece from its...

Read More

Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life

Finding Meaning in the Second Half – Jungian psycho-analyst James Hollis believes it is only in the second half of life that we can truly come to know who we are and thus create a life that has meaning. In Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life, Hollis explores the ways we can grow and evolve to fully become ourselves when the traditional roles of adulthood aren’t quite working for us, revealing a new way of uncovering and embracing our authentic selves. Offering wisdom to anyone facing a career that no longer seems fulfilling, a long-term relationship that has shifted, or...

Read More