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Our lives are the experience (or the reflection) of whatever presence we may share… and this holds true for all of our moments. We are primarily, first and foremost, creatures of consciousness. What does this mean? Our real — but […]

The only thing that can happen to you when you’re in the wrong place is a wrong thing. But even when you find yourself in a “wrong place” inwardly, you don’t have to remain there. The way to turn any […]

Trying to support an illusion steals your energy and those with whom you interact. Real life does not drain you as you learn to “be” with others…

Things are the way they are, because we are the way we are; the life we’ve made acts upon us, but how we act in return — in each and every moment — serves, in the same way, to change […]

Most everything that we have to say about life and our relationships with others — and how we talk about the part of us that wants to smooth things over, keep them from being disturbed — is a form of […]

When expectations get dashed, we don’t see new possibilities unfolding; all we see is the way things should have gone. We don’t see what is with all of its positive possibilities; instead we see only the negative . . . […]

Question: When things don’t work out in my life — when I lose someone or something — I am plagued by thoughts over what could have/should have been. How do I pull myself out of this obsessive thinking about what I […]

Allowing your mind to dwell on any unwanted moment — anticipating that the more thought you give to finding a solution to that pain — the sooner you’ll be set free from it — is like hoping to escape a prison cell by […]

The door to your mind is never to be left unguarded. The same holds true for the door of your heart. Whomever refuses to mount this interior watch effectively agrees to give his life over to whatever creature walks in […]

All that’s necessary for you to remain spiritually asleep is to leave unchallenged that nature within you that is opposed to consciousness of itself.