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No matter how many crowns may seem to temporarily adorn the top of his or her head… no one who fights with life wins anything real. ***** The great ones in life are not those who are handed silver spoons. […]

There is a secret uncertainty in our dreams that drives us to seed and re-seed them time and time again, for even as we harvest the hope at the heart of each one, no sooner does its luster fade then […]

Unless our “productivity” in life serves to increase our soul’s receptivity to the Living Light — then all that we make for ourselves is an emptiness that passing time never fails to reveal.

Guy Finley explains that you have only two things that are truly your own — your time and your attention. Without learning to use those two gifts, nothing else that you give yourself matters. www.YourImmortalSelf.com

Question: Recently I have been seeing some things about myself that are both startling and surprising. For instance, how silly it seems (now) to think that I could possibly know what is greater than myself without that same greatness inviting […]

There is no reward on earth, or even amongst the stars, equal to the realization of the divinity within you. Those who have awakened and attained this pearl of great value understand—with no sense of pride for their knowledge—that the […]

The ridiculous parade continues… People lining up, marching along to the tune of “Tomorrow, Tomorrow,” lyrics and music courtesy of a “secret” that promises to answer the emptiness of today by manifesting an “abundance” to come. Dress a camel in […]

Question: Most of the popular spiritual “New Age” people giving advice on how to manifest the life of your dreams, etc., are telling us that we need to imagine and dream and “think positive thoughts” to be able to manifest […]

Growing pains are required; they are inescapable for anyone who wishes to try on the larger soul. For something greater to be born, the lesser must pass. On the other hand, nothing is more useless than continually suffering the level […]

The intention to win power and exert influence over others betrays the one who seeks it, as such power achieved always secretly depends upon that which it has power over in order to experience itself as being powerful. Thus being […]