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Having Our Feelings …

I once believed that to be healthy I needed to feel my feelings which (for me) meant spiraling into grief, anger and fear for “appropriate” lengths of time in order to let go ofthese old emotions from childhood. However, once I recognized that it’s the stories I run that generate these unhappy feelings, it no longer made sense to me to indulge them. Here’s what

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Seeing the World through a Victim Lens

As long as we believe thoughts like; “They did it to me”, we will be stuck in a story that produces suffering. Seeing the world through a lens of what others have done to us is a primary characteristic of victimhood (see “Faces of Victim“). The ego is that part of us that sees the world through the victim lens. Believing that others can cause

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From Victim to Enlightenment

When we see a painful situation – a time when we feel betrayed or hurt – through the lens of Universal Principle, we understand that there is no victim here. The Universe, through this event, is faithfully reflecting in visible form our own internal obstructions to Source (such as our repetitive core beliefs and internal resistances). There is no such thing as the concept of

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Children and Struggle

Children are not “new” beings… they are young in this particular incarnation, that’s all. We have all, always, existed. The Life Force that inhabits every individual, regardless of age, is eternal! This eternal Essence, or Self, is not leery of, nor judgmental about, the circumstances in which It finds itself. It does not avoid lifetimes of painful or “evil” circumstances … It comes to earth

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Compassion versus Pity

Yesterday, as I was walking out of the Ladies restroom at Walmart, a woman in a wheelchair was coming in and, without any sign of hesitation, she asked me to help her go to the bathroom! I was surprised and so impressed with her beautiful ability to ask for what she needed in such a wonderfully open way. Of course, I said yes …. I

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