Category Archives: Wisdom
Pray for responsible, ethical and effective leadership – within ourselves, our communities, and in the processes of businesses and governments throughout the world.
Allow yourself to be happy. Just simply allow it. When we’ve lived so long without knowing true happiness, when we’ve lived so long simply being “unhappy,” it’s because there is part of us that is very subtly (or perhaps not so subtly) resisting “happiness.” And if we are Resisting, we can not be Receiving. So […]
Shadows create illusions. It’s time we stop fumbling around in the Dark and simply turn on the Light.
There is genuine unconditional support, and then there is dysfunctional support which is rooted in feelings of insecurity and a need for seeking validation. It may look like support on the outside, but if it’s coming from a dysfunctional place, it’s the subtle manipulation of “giving to receive.”
Whether we’re letting go of old habits, starting New habits or transforming our lives with New Programming, remember that we are walking on New legs. It’s okay to take it slow. It’s okay to be Gentle with yourself.
When we begin to take an inventory of the areas in our Life we are looking to make New, it can sometimes get a little overwhelming and we may not know where to start. In these instances it is helpful to make a list of what needs cleaning up in our world and then categorize […]
The key to not being afraid of making mistakes is in trusting that for every Wrong there is a Right, and for every screw up there is a Solution. This is the way God works, and when we’re living connected to Fear instead of living connected to God, it can be easy to forget and […]
A Good formula for both success and spiritual healing is to work on bettering your own skills and issues, and focus on your own strengths and weaknesses, instead of focusing on or judging what other people are doing and being.
When we hold the dysfunctional Programming of not taking care of our own needs, it is often expressed as taking care of others’ needs instead of our own. Yet even in the absence of others’ needs, we can still express “not taking care of our own needs” by not committing to ourselves, or by not […]