“Everything we do, we do it all for ourselves.”
And that’s ok. In fact, it’s great.
We all have desires. We all want things, and we are all ultimately looking out for #1. If you step back and look at your life, you will see that your own self-interest is behind all your actions (even if it seems like you are doing things for others).
And that’s ok because we are with ourselves forever.read more
When we let go, we are releasing “stacks” of negativity inside of ourselves. Throughout our lives, we have accumulated various states of negativity through our experiences, including unhealthy attachments, desires, addictions, and cravings. All of these are stored within us right now like karmic stacks, layered one upon the other.read more
We live in a sleeping society that values us based on external appearances. If you are young and attractive by societies standards, people will like and praise you (or hate you behind your back).read more
When I first started doing coaching, I used to recommend all my clients create a vision board of what they wanted to manifest. The vision board used to be the first thing we started with. You’ve probably done this yourself at some point, getting a stack of magazines, cutting out images and words of the things you want and then looking at this wondrous vision of your future self.read more
There are many ways we try to manifest the things we ‘want.’
Most of the methods are based on “old paradigm” models of success that no longer work.read more
Having been a spiritual teacher and author for many years, I’ve noticed that until we learn a lesson, those same lessons come up over and over and over again.
Our Higher Self continuously inspires us to deal with everything that no longer serves us.
We’re living through the most excessive consumer culture we’ve ever known. And it’s not making us happier.
We all have a pot of JOY inside of us, and this joy is being suppressed by all the excess in our lives.
The internet and social media is designed to create an “echo chamber” so we only see and watch the things we want to see. What this means is we are literally living inside a virtual bubble, and it’s very hard to see outside it unless we take time to look for other information or log into someone else’s account or move to another country.read more
If you were born between mid-1980 and 2000 you are considered part of the ‘millennial’ generation, also know as Generation Y, Generation Me and Echo Boomers.read more
We have far more freedom than we take advantage of. What would happen if we used it all?read more
Can we be both spiritual and rich? Or are all spiritual people destined to be poor and all rich people destined to be evil? Now and again I come across spiritual people who are triggered about the idea of having a lot of money or making a great living doing what they love.read more
Many blessings, After the 2016 US Election, Donald Trump shocked the world and became president. Almost instantly, a huge wave of negativity erupted across the globe. Some of these negative reactions were based on things he had done and there was some genuine reason...read more
To move forward of this journey into your Dharma is paradoxically to take few steps backwards, gently detaching from the unsatisfying roles we’ve come to identify with and opening up to a much deeper awareness of ourselves as spiritual beings.read more
We have between 30,000 to 60,000 thoughts per day. Apx 95% of these thoughts are the same thoughts we had yesterday! And most of these 30,000-60,000 thoughts are mundane or negative. (So it’s no wonder it can seem hard to change our lives if we’re thinking the same things every day!)read more
Feel your feelings. See your stuff. Be with what is. The more you allow this to come up and be, the less scary it is.read more
Socrates said: The unexamined life is not worth living. f we simply want to re-enforce our old ides and beliefs, little or no change will occur. We will simply blunder through life, living out the programs we inherited from our parents and culture....read more