Not everything you feel is an emotion.
There are emotions and then there are the effects of emotions. But
all emotions can cause incoherence.
You know you are incoherent when your decisions are wrong, and take you down the path of self-destruction or hurting yourself or someone else. When you can’t hear what someone is saying. When you find your attention wandering. When you are not present.
Some emotions’ energy goes outward, other emotions’ energy goes inward.
Either type of emotions,
- in a weak person, wreak havoc and cause devastation. A strong person can harness their outward emotions to move mountains, to accomplish, to achieve, to grow.
- And a strong person can accept their inward going emotions as not necessary, not rolevant, and let them go.
Continue reading “Restoring Coherence. Harness and redirect the energy instead of allowing it to diminish you”
Soul correction… if it is accurate and really something recognizable, then you should be able to tell someone’s soul correction without knowing their birth date.
Of course you need to know the person well.
This is exactly what happened this morning.
I found an email in my inbox recommending an article on what Tony Schwartz, Donald Trump’s “The Art of The Deal” book’s ghostwriter has to say now that the Republicans make Donald Trump their presidential candidate. Donald Trump: personal vibration: 70. Number of spiritual capacities: 4, overall intelligence, including emotional and spiritual intelligence: 30. For contrast: Adolph Hitler: personal vibration: 100. spiritual capacities: 4. overall intelligence: 50.
I am only halfway in the article, and it is already clear: Donald Trump is the archetype of a bombastic liar, a delusional self-aggrandizing sociopath… The soul correction of “Finish What You Start”.
Obviously each soul correction is a scale… where the correction is done to one degree or another.
Download the pdf version of this article at the end of the article
Continue reading “Donald Trump: soul correction, vibration. overall intelligence… the other side of The Donald”
Summary: In this article I talk about a turning point that unstucks you from inaction and puts you in the driver’s seat of your life. I use my own example of taking extraordinary (to me) measures where I normally would go depressed instead
It is hard to pinpoint what it takes for someone to actually do something, something out of the ordinary… or for that matter even ordinary, like doing your own work.
In one of my books the “hero” sees the issue, sees the cost of the issue not handled, but until he becomes clear that unless he does something, no one will… and a lot of people will die.
Continue reading “Turning points: When you decide that mother isn’t coming to rescue you…”
Let me share with you how I get to bombastic statements like that: I have been going through some soul searching, and it’s been rough.
Working on two projects is upsetting the apple cart, which doesn’t feel very good, but is really good for me.
Unless you put yourself into a challenging situation, you have the illusion of growth, but it only becomes real when you are forced to use what you got… And then you know what you have… Like K., one of my students who is going on a 10-day visit with her mother and other relatives that have traditionally driven her crazy. We shall see if all the work, if all the activators, if the HOE long range will have created a new K. or not. And if not quite, what have we accomplished, and what more do we need to accomplish so she can have a good time, no matter what.
Continue reading “Our story viewed as a detective story. Who put us on the path of self-destruction? And how can we return to the original path?”