Good rationale must be independent of emotions, personal feelings or any kind of instincts. Any rational process of evaluation or analysis must strive to be highly objective, logical and mechanical.
It is somewhat ironic that it was during the period of our history known as the Age of Enlightenment that science and rationalism began to exclusively guide our advancement as a society, while the heart was relegated to the realm of sentimentality and romance. Read More
I used to look at myself, and my life, with critical and judgemental eyes. I would see areas that displeased me and decide to take action to make changes. When I didn’t succeed, which happened frequently, I would scold myself, and end up feeling ineffective. Eventually, after much soul searching, I came to the realization that the problem had nothing to do with the way that I was, and everything to do with how I dealt with myself. I saw that through self-criticism and judgement I had created a hostile, uncomfortable environment within. Read More
John D. Rockefeller, the wealthiest man on Earth at the time, was once asked ‘How much money is enough’. His answer was “Just a little bit more”.
Most of us look to money to provide us with security. If we just had enough we could relax and coast through life. But as the quote from Rockefeller demonstrates, one rarely reaches a point of true contentment when money is the means of achieving it. As we look at the world around us and see how we have damaged the planet, and each other, in our mad attempt to chase the dollar, more and more people are realizing that it is high time we change our relationship with money. Read More
When I reach the state beyond the last veil, that deep state that feels like home, and I see things as they really are, I see the drama of the physical world is just that, a drama, a story, a place where we play and interact with energies of density in order to learn. I see our external reality as an expression of our inner world. The outer world organizes itself in a way to perfectly reflect our deepest beliefs, and thus to help us understand ourself, both collectively and individually. The more we learn to transmute our inner fears into love, the more loving experiences manifest in our lives. Read More
We are at a point when we, the masses, are beginning to wake up and realize that a small and extremely powerful group is ferociously oppressing us. Those that have awoken to the reality of the situation find ourselves faced with a power that, while we were sleeping, has become so dominant and controlling that it is practically unstoppable. This small group of people at the very top have the entire system at their fingertips to use to enact their will. They are very ready for us to wake up and be angry. They are expecting it! Read More
Beneath the Layers of Conformity
I am balanced,
successful, insightful, intelligent, and aware. I am a little quirky,
but not weird. I’m not thigh slapping funny, but I have a sense of humor
and I am willing to divulge some of my secrets, just enough to make me
appear interesting and make you feel like I am letting you in. I do
yoga, I meditate, and am conscious of what I put in my body. I am the
voice of contemporary spiritual lifestyle articles. Read More