Here is another example for the unless (or-ness)… the distinction I’ve been trying to teach you, so far quite unsuccessfully. Why? Because it is really simple, but is really hard… and I am not quite able to express myself clearly yet… I am getting there, I promise.
Here is the article from 2011.
I caught myself, red handed, up to my chin in misery, wallowing… yuck.
I had been depressed for two straight days. It wasn’t someone else’s feeling, it was mine. It sucked. I mean, literally, it sucked me dry, took away my aliveness… Continue reading “I Can’t Be Happy Unless… How to get out of your own way?”
In this 2011 article I will show you how I connected to Soul, and through that connection how I have been able to awaken the desire to connect.
As I have said in other articles, desire is necessary to open the spigot of light… Desire opens and closes this spigot, and you can control desire.
The biggest issue is to awaken this desire: it is not active in Soul.
All the modalities, all the methodologies that talk about soul’s desire, try to cause your conscious self’s desire, and that desire doesn’t open the spigot. This is how I did it…
In 2010, October, I took a program, called the Landmark Forum, for the 20th time.
Why on earth would I do something for 20 times? Well, there was something that I wanted to uncover, that in all the Landmark programs I had never able to get a glimpse of. I wanted to discover how come that in spite of all my talents, in spite of all my diligence, I was never able to stay above “just over broke.”
Continue reading “Your Biggest Pain Is Your Biggest Blessing, or How To Awaken The Soul’s Desire”
Somehow this article got lost… I don’t know how… it disappeared from the site… Weird. This is a “reprint”
Confessions Of An Empath
I didn’t know that the feelings I experienced weren’t only mine until a few months ago. I was 63 years old. I had never heard about the phenomenon, so I never suspected.
I had a long history of living like a phoenix… burned and crashed and then reborn from the ashes.
My Mother, the empath
I hear that the curse of being an empath is inherited, and upon further looking into the path, confirming it with muscle testing, my mother carried the cursed gene.
Did she show any signs of being empathic in ways that it would be a good thing? Not at all. Instead she showed the aspect of empaths that the unaware empath demonstrates: being the trash collector of other people’s badness.
Continue reading “Confessions Of An Empath”
Breakthroughs Part 2.
You have read about Werner’s butler, and how he got to see what, by putting the cap back on the toothpaste, he was building. You have seen that the joy returned to the butler’s work, and his life will never be the same.
So, let’s see when I do this exercise with you. Standing in for you are my four “core” students.
This is exactly how the exercise goes: there are two people, the speaker and the questioner.
The questioner’s (B) job is to ask the question:
OK great. What are you building with that?
No changing, no embellishing, just that. Word by word. Do not get creative with that. I have warned you.
The speaker’s (A) job is to pick one of their small projects, like taking me to the post office. Or washing the dishes. Or canceling a subscription. A to-do type of project, nothing big. Not: I have a project that I’ll be a published author, if you have never had anything published. That is not a project, that is pie in the sky, daydreaming, never going to happen type of dream that you justify not doing anything with your life.
Continue reading “Breakthroughs Part 2.”