For the last 25 years the art of bringing truth awareness has been my passion. My commitment to you is to support your growing awareness of who you really are. Real change comes from knowing your true identity rather than identifying with your story or problem as if it WERE you. I can hardly wait to experience with you the dropping away of the blocks to pure awareness, and simply enjoy the peace that comes with trust in the next moment.
The basic way to clear a pattern is to Face, Accept, and Replace. You may want to make a list of everything you don’t accept the way it is. All the fires up and down the coast, the pandemic, Climate
Life can be experienced as a struggle or pressure even a burden. It seems it is all up to us. We have to get everything done and on time. It all seems so important and maybe even urgent. The content
Self-realization transforms everything. To learn how the false self with all it’s pre-formed dogma and it’s robotic rhetoric controls most everything we think and do. It appears we have free choice but how free is that choice if most everything
Learning to not resist is definitely an art form. It is easier to not want to feel pain and loss. We are surely a pain-avoidant pleasure-seeking species. It isn’t easy to trust what comes our way as only for us
Conflict resolution can be more directly addressed by replacing old destructive behaviors with healthy patterns. Although we will still use more traditional methods to resolve conflict with active listening skills, being heard is not an obligation that can be expected.
It may seem like these two schools of thought are in contradiction to each other. Thought free awareness observers the content or the situations in our lives. Allowing the spacious observation to allow the problem to pass through into the
When we identify with our feelings and thoughts as who we are, we get caught in a recurring cycle of pain. Peace comes from questioning our beliefs, facing the destructive pattern, and replacing it with the truth. A story A
Identify, Face, and Replace Step one Identify the pattern that takes you away from calm. For example, too many things pile up on your plate and overwhelm sets in. Step two Notice the resistance to the feeling of overwhelm and the
This has been inspired by one of the sweetest girls on the planet. She asked this question and I think it is such a universal question that I thought I would devote my next writing to its exploration. She asked why
How you end the day makes all the difference Your evening routine can either set you up for a cheerful and fulfilling day or one full of frustration and exhaustion. Here are seven steps you can take to create a successful