Can I Change myself?
Apr30

Can I Change myself?

Dr. Joe Dispenza provides an answer to the question, “Can I change myself?’ Evolve your brain Dr. Joe Dispenza – Christmas message – 12/15/13 Dr. Joe Dispenza – Breaking the Habit of Being...

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On Friendship
Dec26

On Friendship

Aristotle laid out the philosophical foundation of friendship as the art of holding up a mirror to each other’s souls. Two millennia later, Emerson contemplated its two pillars of truth and tenderness. Another century later, C.S. Lewis wrote: “Friendship is unnecessary, like philosophy, like art, like the universe itself… It has no survival value; rather it is one of those things which give value to survival.” In the Celtic tradition,...

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Depression
Nov23

Depression

Depression. It is something in our present culture we have difficulty talking about, yet each of us at one time or another have known someone or have been personally affected by depression. In the pit of darkness without a ladder, some remain frozen in this place for days, or weeks, or even years. It is the darkest night of the soul and perhaps the loneliest. One website page cannot do justice to the significants of this topic, but...

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A New Perspective on Male Spirituality
Oct17

A New Perspective on Male Spirituality

In the last few decades we have started to see a re-awakening of our awareness of the Sacred Masculine. This consciousness is not confined to men – although men are the group in our society who are often out-of-touch with their spiritual essence. In the same way that both men and women have a feminine aspect to their conscious make-up, so too do both genders have a masculine aspect. For over two thousand years many cultures have...

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The Sacred Masculine
Sep21

The Sacred Masculine

It’s not just about men. “I have heard so much of holding space for the divine feminine which is essential but what about the sacred male?…. I am holding such a loving healing space for all men within this dominant patriarchal society. Today in our society the male is told that he must provide for the women (if she is not willing to do so herself) and yet have no emotion or say about it. He has been painted to be the...

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Joseph Campbell – On Becoming an Adult
Sep14

Joseph Campbell – On Becoming an Adult

What are our modern day rites of passage? Have we lost this part of our culture? What are the consequences if we have? Wikipedia – A rite of passage is a ritual event that marks a person’s transition from one status to another. Rites of passage explore and describe various notable milestones in an individual’s life, for any marked transitional stage, when one’s social status is altered. The concept of rites of...

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Self-Love & Self Appreciation
Jun11

Self-Love & Self Appreciation

At times some of us have a tendency to associate the term “self-love” with narcissism; self-centeredness, or being egotistical, which leaves us with a bit of a conundrum. We don’t want to be thought of as a narcissist, and we have grown up being told not to be self-centered. This, then, raises the question, how can I love myself without being narcissistic? In his interview, Psycho-Spiritual Scientist &...

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Anxiety
Jun03

Anxiety

Can your brain turn anxiety into calmness? – Physician, author, speaker, researcher, and consultant Martin L. Rossman, MD, discusses how to use the power of the healing mind to reduce stress and anxiety, relieve pain, change lifestyle habits, and live with more wellness. Related Video: How to Amplify the Power of Your Mind – Dr. Joe Dispenza     Other links: How to Deal with Chronic Fear and Anxiety The Anxiety...

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Releasing Guilt
May16

Releasing Guilt

Daily Om – Releasing Guilt: Permission to Forgive Ourselves by Madisyn Taylor Dwelling in guilt is like living your life with an anchor tied to your ankles dragging you down. Learning to accept the things that we perceive as wrong can be a difficult task for many of us. Often we have been brought up to accept that it is normal to feel guilty about our actions and that by doing so we will make everything seem alright within...

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The Strangest Secret in the World
Apr03

The Strangest Secret in the World

“We become what we think about.” Earl Nightingale’s insights into success and personal development have transformed millions of lives. A motivational speaker, author, and legendary radio host, ‘The ‘Dean of Personal Development’ wrote and recorded over 7,000 radio programs, 250 audio programs as well as television programs and videos. Matt Jones went from being a three-time cancer conqueror to...

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