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Intuition: How Your Essence Speaks to Your Mind

posted by Jonathan Ellerby

Intuition is more than the accumulation of old information in an instantaneous brain blast. It’s the gut feeling, the hunch, or “knowing” that defies experience or understanding. We’ve all had these experiences at one time or another. Some dismiss them […]

Where Do You Stand? Inspiration Is A Choice!

posted by Jonathan Ellerby

In the book Inspiration Deficit Disorder I discuss the important of understanding five core dimensions of “self”  that are involved in human growth and healing. The more you have awareness of these aspects of who you are, the more agile and […]

Eat, Pray, Love: Do You Need to Travel to Find Inspiration?

posted by Jonathan Ellerby

The film “Eat Pray Love,” based on the lovely book by the same name, is about to be released. The common question that arises is “do you have to travel and experience exotic people and places to re-inspire your life?” […]

Is Inspiration Deficit Disorder Haunting You?

posted by Jonathan Ellerby

It is one of those words that just sounds good. Most of us hear it and know we want more of it – inspiration! To be inspired, to find something that is an inspiration to us, maybe to inspire others. […]

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Gaga For My Guru
Ok, so to begin, I am not a big fan of TV or pop culture in general, and while I think everything has its place in the world, I wasn’t overly interested in Lady Gaga a week ago. I certainly knew who she was and of course lots of her songs are catchy – but a “meat suit” – really??? It just

posted 9:35:42am Apr. 19, 2011 | read full post »

Does God Have a Name?
We were on the road to Malinalco, Mexico, when we came upon clusters of people of all ages walking along the highway. It was surprising and mysterious to me. As we passed families, groups, and individuals, I felt as if I were looking through the car window into a world I couldn't begin to comprehend

posted 10:57:08pm Dec. 30, 2010 | read full post »

Go Beyond Fear
Approach the world of spiritual practice with trust and an open heart. Don't be afraid of spiritual experiences. Strange sensations of energy, a feeling of deep love, vulnerability, connectedness, and a loss of ego and control are all aspects of spiritual experience that test and try people's limits

posted 2:32:37pm Dec. 22, 2010 | read full post »

A Thanksgiving Gift
For the American reader, Thanksgiving is fast approaching. Regardless of the cloudy history of this celebration, it has come to mean a time of family, food and discount shopping - not always in that order. Naturally, it's all to be sprinkled with a dose of gratitude and reflection. Before&

posted 9:19:10am Nov. 24, 2010 | read full post »


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