Going through life by making everything into a battle or an ‘us vs. them’ approach will only lead to more separation and inner pain.
So often we can hold onto a picture of perfection, dreading making mistakes, when if fact they can provide some of the richest opportunities for learning and growth.
Placing conditions on our lives in a way that comes from either an expectation for something in return for our actions or an ideal of what a ‘good life’ means can be a set-up for an unauthentic and limiting existence.
With my eyes always being drawn to the skies from early childhood, this is an exploration of how I came to look at my work on airplanes through the eyes of a ‘doctor’.
When we consider anyone that we don’t know to be a potential threat to ourselves or our children, a great opportunity for deeper connection and growth is traded for a false sense of security.
Every day we have a choice to either go through life in reaction to life events or respond to them by trusting our natural ability to feel the truth and see into the future with it.
Placing importance on claiming our territory with a symbolic flag is a sure-fire way to ensure that we will remain a warring species.
While we all need words to describe our experiences and communicate, there exists a depth of awareness that underlies it all.
Can’t we all feel how relating to each other with the usual ‘How are you?’ … ‘Fine’ type of conversation is not only old but limiting our ability to connect more deeply?
In truth, allowing ourselves to see that every little detail in life is an opportunity to bring more love can be very rewarding, indeed.
An expose’ of the hypocrisy of the Catholic Church in the aftermath of the burning of one of its most iconic landmarks.
The potential for feeling the expansion of space during moments of silence and how this can bring settlement to our bodies is revealed in this blog.