Spiritual work is not just affirming nice-sounding ideas. It’s not about saying “everything is perfect” when, in fact, your life is falling apart. Real spiritual work that transforms you is about looking at the thoughts, feelings and beliefs that you hold about yourself and the world and being willing to look directly at these thoughts […]
One of my favorite lines in A Course in Miracles is “to heal is to make happy.” I find that a lot of people think this means to make “other people” happy (and it can mean that) but I find that many people have forgotten about making themselves happy. The love that you have withheld […]
Today, we’re going to have some FUN! Did you know that in every minute you’re either projecting or extending? Projecting feels horrible. Extending is a blast. When we’re projecting, we’re attempting to get rid of something we don’t want. We see our fear and guilt acted out in someone else that’s not us. We’re blaming, […]
Someone recently sent me a book that I am in love with. It’s called “Lovingly in the Hands of the Father” by Evelyn Whitell. She wrote it in 1931 and it was published by Unity. It’s currently out of print but available in a free pdf form online. I have an online book study group […]
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The most powerful way I know to transform your life is to DO the workbook lessons of A Course in Miracles. It takes one year to complete, with 365 lessons. Many people begin on January 1st which is right around the corner. In the video below, I explain my own personal theory of how I […]
I love the colors, the beautiful Christmas carols, and the holiday songs. I also love to witness people beginning to pause and think about other people. alot of people, including me, genuinely live in somewhat of an altered state beginning with Thanksgiving (which is my favorite favorite holiday) and ending at New Years Day. Christmas has […]