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The 7 Golden Rules of True Self-Fulfillment The following 7 Golden Rules of True Self-Fulfillment are not the same as the laws that govern this world; nor are they what govern the lives of the vast majority of the men […]

When you realize, at last, that there is no place in life toward which you are racing that is not already disappearing, and that there is no place where you willingly remain that isn’t always beginning anew within itself, then […]

The real reason why we must be willing to do the needed work for self-change is because we become what we despise about ourselves if we don’t change. To see the truth of this gives us reason, will, and courage […]

It is only what you do right now that is the seed of change. Your conscious choice for real change in the present moment automatically cancels the need for a better you in a better future. All will be better for you now, […]

Question: Most of us have made drastic changes trying to make a fresh start in life, and yet no matter what we do, we always end up feeling the same way. The outer conditions may be different, but inside we’re […]

Moment to moment things happen in the only way possible; we can either live in denial of this fact or, by facing it, find that freedom and surrender always appear together in the now.

If one would not so easily bemoved to seek comfort for oneself, but instead choose to accept the effortless discomfort that life sometimes brings, then in these more difficult moments would one be naturally turned to seek his comfort not […]

Starting over is not the continuity of anything. It is — at its inception — an untamed impulse: a blast of will that undoes whatever it touches even as it assumes its next fleeting expression.

We all tell ourselves that we want a new life; we spend hours dreaming of the day when we are freed from self-limitations or otherwise self-compromising behaviors. In our minds we see ourselves walking away from destructive relationships with others, […]

The secret fragrance of the present moment is the understanding that Real Life is forever flowering.