The Stories We Tell (Ourselves)

Casual reflection on my morning, the value of meditation, and relationships.


Unexpected Life Lesson

Most of you have probably noticed an apparent 'sudden change' in my blog posts recently.  I'm talking less about 'inner' work, and more about 'outer work'. On the surface, the two may seem unrelated, but in fact, they are closely intertwined.   I began doing the inner work to feel better about myself.  As time …

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You Are Not Your Body

As those of you who keep up with my blog know, I have begun walking most days.  It began because I've lost 20 pounds in the last few months, and I realized that if I don't begin to build some muscle, some toning, things were going to start drifting South if I didn't.  That was …

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Physical Changes on My Spiritual Journey

I've written about a lot of non-physical changes that have been going on for me, but I haven't really talked much about the physical changes that have been happening alongside them. My appetite went wonky for a few days, and suddenly, I began eating smaller portions, and I became more conscious of the quality of …

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Charlottesville Protests

Friends, if you read my blog, and you believe in Law of Attraction principles (you get more of what you focus upon), I have a very large, very important favor to ask of you. Please take a moment to picture peace returning in Charlottesville.  Picture a calmness falling over the region, and picture so much …

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Manifestation Amusement 

I manifested onion rings.   Took me a week, and I wasn't actually trying to manifest onion rings, but it happened anyway.  Not just any onion rings.  BK onion rings with Zesty sauce.  Desired them Friday evening, somehow, I find myself eating them Thursday evening. Do you know how long it's been since I've eaten at Burger King?  Neither do I. …

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Reader Q&A:

A reader asked me: In a previous post, what did you mean when you said, "The souls who love us the most are the people hurt us the worst"?  ...From my perspective, only pain hurts, and love heals... I do not understand this perspective. (Please note, I have greatly shortened this question... mostly because I was …

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