Spirituality Category Archive

The Golden Motorcycle Gang

Friday, November 11th, 2011

This week I read Jack Canfield’s new book The Golden Motorcycle Gang, co-written with William Gladstone. The book is centered around Jack’s personal story and his sense of purpose in life, and it invites you to consider your personal role in our ongoing social evolution. The Golden Motorcycle Gang Jack imagines that before he incarnated […]

What You Focus on Expands

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

I don’t think joining others in their suffering is a necessary aspect of empathy. I find caring and compassion to be very positive feelings. If I see someone in emotional pain, I also see that within them is a seed of joy that they’ve simply lost touch with. I can understand why they’re feeling bad […]

Rockets of Desire

Saturday, August 20th, 2011

When something seemingly negative or disagreeable occurs to us, our initial tendency is to resist it. But behind such events, we also undergo some powerful positive shifts. Let me share several examples since it’s easier to understand this via personal illustrations. Scarcity -> Freedom When I experienced financial scarcity, I disliked it very much. It […]

Free Life on Purpose Videos

Thursday, June 9th, 2011

As a follow up to my Living Your Life Purpose post, I wanted to share that Dr. Brad Swift also has a series of 3 short videos that will introduce you to his Life on Purpose process. These videos are free to watch and don’t require signing up for anything. Watch the videos here: A […]

Living Your Life Purpose

Thursday, June 2nd, 2011

You may recall that a few months ago I did a survey to see what kinds of products people would be interested in seeing me create. Among other insights this provided, it helped me see what the most requested topics are. Where do people need the most help? One of the top requests in that […]

Spirit

Friday, November 19th, 2010

You’ve taken many painful lumps Survived life’s tearful turns Endured some brutal bruises, bumps, And saintly savage burns Be grateful for the strength you’ve gained Your inner muscles bulge But lips are drained and legs are chained By fears you still indulge Your animator kept from view Locked up inside a cell It pleads release […]

Integrating Light and Dark

Friday, August 27th, 2010

In previous articles about lightworking and darkworking, I mentioned that both paths ultimately lead to the same place. In this article I’ll explain what that convergence looks like. Lightworking and darkworking are potent power-building methods. By focusing intently on a unidirectional flow of energy, a strong current can be created, and inner resistance can be […]

Subjective Relationships

Wednesday, August 4th, 2010

“What is the primary goal?” “You should know, Professor. You programmed me.” – War Games Well… this 30-day trial of inspiration is absolutely amazing. I’m so far down the rabbit hole of subjective reality that I can perceive little else but rabbits now. And there sure are a LOT of rabbits down here! Today is […]

Inspired Living feat. Subjective Reality

Saturday, July 31st, 2010

This is Day 8 of my 30 days of inspiration trial. Some people mentioned that I seem to be doing two overlapping trials here. First, I’m doing 30 days of acting promptly on inspiration whenever it strikes. Second, I’m also delving more deeply into the subjective reality frame. So what’s that all about? I honestly […]

Leadership

Thursday, April 1st, 2010

When you’re on a path of personal growth, inevitably you’re going to encounter some social resistance as you grow and change. For example, suppose you make major progress in improving your diet. Maybe you go vegetarian or vegan or raw. Or perhaps you find another path that generates positive results for you. And suppose most […]