I am seeing it makes a lot of people confused when I talk about how important it is to accept people for who they are and where they are -- to allow people to have their own world viewpoints, their own diet, their own opinions. People think it means to accept being abused and accept... Continue Reading →
Stockholm Syndrome keeps people thinking that their abuse was normal. Unless the native wakes up, they will continue the cycle of abuse be it on their own spouses, friends, children, pets or anybody they meet and... maybe even on themselves. Stockholm Syndrome is how victims of verbal, physical, psychological, energetic and sexual abuse survive.... Continue Reading →
There are only two choices we can make in life and we have to make these choices everyday: To love or to judge. How happy we are is contingent upon which choice we make.
In modern-day spiritual communities inspired by eastern religion, it's often said to avoid getting attached to other people. The whole point of this experience, however, might be to attach in the human form. In Spirit, we are already attached and intimately connected to one another since separation is but an illusion. Now, in the physical,... Continue Reading →
I often hear "If Source is love, why does life hurt so much?" "Why does Source allow bad things to happen?" Could it be we feel that way due to our conditioning that hardship is a bad thing? If we use our challenges as a catalyst to make ourselves better people, then we can see... Continue Reading →
It's so important that if we like someone, we either tell them or in some way, make it very clear we like them. There are so many people who have committed suicide and maybe most of them were lost cases, but I wonder how many lives would be saved if we just came clean and... Continue Reading →
Someone may look happy, but that doesn't mean they are. A lot of us wear a mask as that is the only way to survive in a world that shuns authenticity and feelings. We cannot handle depth because we cannot handle our own depth. We cannot handle other's feelings because we cannot handle our own.... Continue Reading →
We judge intelligence by how well someone can remember, regurgitate, obey or how well they use language. However, true intelligence is measured by one's ability to wonder, to be curious, to question authority and social ingrained norms, as well as the ability to think critically and independently of the herd, large or small. And the... Continue Reading →