How to Know What You Want

Looking outside yourself for reassurance of your worthiness makes it difficult for you to really know what you want in life. Trying to please others in order to secure a positive reflection confuses your subconscious mind because what others want from you may be out...

The Field of Conduct

Whether you’re an adventurer, scientist or explorer, your level of attachment to the outcome relates closely to the degree of fear, risk or enjoyment you experience on your evolutionary journey. Family, culture, DNA, programming and material circumstances all...

Unto Thyself

Until you’re deeply satisfied with yourself, you’ll continue to search for external affirmation. But relying on the outside world for reassurance interferes with your ability to relate and connect to others authentically. When you’re whole and...

We’re Already Free

Freedom is in the eye of the beholder. If we insist on specific conditions before we allow ourselves to feel free, we ensure we won’t experience that state of mind until our requirements are met. If, on the other hand, we define freedom as the ability to think,...

Drop the Story

When we repeat stories to ourselves about painful events in the past, it ensures that our pain continues into the future, long after the event is over. Dragging the past into the present prevents us from enjoying the freshness of new moments. Emotional pain needs to...