Doing What You Want

Imagine living in alignment with your true desires. Does this thought seem selfish or healthy? If you aren’t living your life your way, who’s way are you living it? Does someone else know better what’s right for you? Should you mute or suppress your...

Compartmentalizing

Do you slip into different personalities in various parts of your life? Are you one way at work, another in love relationships and still different with friends and family? If you regularly shift between personalities, you may have some important personal work to do....

The Heart of the Matter

Purveyors of various personal products encourage us to assign enormous value to our personal appearance. While it would be unrealistic to think that looks don’t matter, worrying, fretting and feeling bad over something so insignificant as our outer layer is...

Our Judgments

There’s a difference between judging and discerning. Our judgments tell us about ourselves; discernments about the situation. Judgment is a projection of a disowned part of ourselves onto others. When we feel strong, negative emotions, disdain for another, or...

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...

Be Real

It’s liberating to be honest about who you really are. Trying to uphold a false identity just to look good drains your energy and disturbs your inner peace. The more you pretend, the more psychic bandwidth you use to keep the constructed story alive. Even if...