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Love Yourself Like Your Life…

Depends On It, My Thoughts on the Book

During a difficult period in my life, I used to joke with a friend about self-love, proclaiming aloud, “I love me” as I kissed my own hand. We would giggle then because it seemed silly. But loving yourself isn’t silly. When we truly love ourselves, we are more likely to make choices that are in alignment with our personal values. Still, sometimes self-love eludes us. A lot of people talk… Read More »

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Love Your Enemies

even when your enemy is your own self-loathing

Recently I wrote about accepting and seeing what really ‘is’ in my article Confusion and Finding a Clear Path. Not so surprisingly, this very same topic comes up in the discussion in the video below. Thus my lords and ladies, methinks it appropriate to share this wonderful talk from NYC’s 92nd Street Y which features 2 authors of the book Love Your Enemies with the discussion led by one of… Read More »

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Negative thought forms

letting go and creating harmony

The higher self will inform you when you ask. Yet sometimes the answers we seek get confused with old belief systems and negative thought forms. Often we just try to rid ourselves of these by denying them or even examining them thoroughly and then thinking that they are forever gone. Then suddenly they pop back up and we wonder why. When they pop back up what can we do? First,… Read More »

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Connected Souls, Universal Grief, The mourning caw of the crow.

When someone close to us leaves to begin the next step on their spiritual journey, we are left behind to begin the grieving process. Our typical process would first be our own personal way of saying goodbye, whether that be a funeral, or I, as many others will refer to it as a “celebration of their life.” Yet, coming to terms with the death of a loved one is not… Read More »