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The Price of Guilt

“Why are THEY my family”, we may find ourselves wondering. It’s not unusual to feel disconnected and alienated from our relatives … we tell ourselves that we’re different – or that we can simply never “fit in” or get along with them. I no longer buy the notion that my family is not THE family I’m supposed to have. I see so plainly how my

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Defense is Attack

Defense is always the first act of war … It’s when I think I need to protect myself from you that I strike out – feeling justified & vindicated. But in reality I’ve just invited you to a fight. When I react defensively, you will perceive attack. The war escalates from there. Blessings, Lynne

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When We React Negatively ….

Remember that stressful reaction only distracts us from the awakening message sent through the stressful circumstances we encounter …. When we react negatively or defensively we aggravate and prolong painful situations and interaction. Instead, we can learn to observe the stories that get triggered by the external events in our lives and question them. We can learn to trust that there are no mistakes –

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Negative Reaction Distracts & Prolongs Difficulty

Remember that stressful reaction only distracts us from the awakening message sent through the stressful circumstances we encounter …. When we react negatively or defensively we aggravate and prolong painful situations and interaction. Instead, we can learn to observe the stories that get triggered by the external events in our lives and question them. We can learn to trust that there are no mistakes –

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Self Acceptance

Emotional and spiritual progress is a relative thing – unique to each individual. Consciousness grows in proportion to how well we relate to ourselves. The more we accept ourselves for where we are on our journey, the faster consciousness expands. We can measure the degree of self acceptance we have by noticing how much less we negatively judge ourselves and others. Critical judgment diminishes in

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