The Nature of Reality

With so many sound bites and tampering with facts, it can be difficult to know what’s actually going on. We all gather information from different sources and, believing our source to be the truth, argue with others who happen to believe that their source is the...

Good and Bad

Even during a pandemic, positive and negative energy are present in everything. Distinctions between good and bad are purely relative. They have no truth beyond our categorization. Phenomena is neutral until we assign value it. Of course, we rarely experience life...

Clarity About What We Want

For most of us, COVID has slowed down our world. It has given us the opportunity (and fewer excuses) take time to go within and assess what’s important to us. Most of us spend a lot of time doing what we think we should rather than what would actually nourish...

The Irony of Comfort

We all love comfort in our homes, relationships, work and especially in our bodies. Life would be hard indeed without at least moments of comfort. But, too much comfort can bring about ennui, boredom and even depression. Sometimes, by trying to preserve a comfortable...

Wanting and Having

The more we chase, grasp or want something desperately, the more elusive it becomes. Once we clearly identify what we want and let go of attachment to it showing up exactly as we envision, we open the path for it to come to us in its highest form. Ironically, the more...

Looking for the Good

Some would argue that always looking for the good in every person and situation is unrealistic, out of balance and evidence that we’re sticking our heads in the sand. This characterization is based on a faulty understanding of how the mind works. Being aware...