It’s not uncommon to be on the spiritual journey in a way that reinforces a sense of pursuit. We can be on a hamster wheel of seeking — as if something will click into place after a new workshop, teacher or healing modality. But the western mind is conditioned to try hard, and effort is the opposite of allowing and surrender. Something innately peaceful in us already “knows,” but is lost in the noise of our seeking. Until we return to this inner knowing, we can’t be met here, now, right where we are.
The spiritual marketplace is daunting. There’s…
Transparency is all about decluttering the fear that separates us from other human beings.
… I did that.’ He credits his late mother’s complete support of him for his extraordinary abilities. I have heard a mother’s love is the secret sauce for special gifts from others like him — both the Amazing Kreskin and David Blaine told me they beli…
or maybe this represents the synethete's innate resonace with "the divine femine". I'm a synesthete who did not have a loving mother, yet this innate motherly quality is a strong quality of mine. Mine has a flavor of fierceness or protectiveness toward vulnerablity. I'm aries, cancer rising. I work with sensitive people.
That the taking of a white stag in Europe a century ago should be followed by an epic global tragedy and in a more granular way, the failure to memorialize Native Americans in New York City, is the saddest of butterfly effects.
Let's begin a diaolog about a new way for dissemination of 'world news'. A voice for seers, knowers.
By Donna Barton. Reprinted with permission of the author from the “Working With I Am the Word” Blog
I had no interest in psychic abilities until 2017. A life shock brought me to my first-ever psychic reading. After that, I found a mentor. Soon I began to see psychic development as part of my spiritual development.
“Now we will not speak of psychic abilities as if they are something mystical, because they are not. They are simply an amplification of what you are already doing without the limitations that you have placed there in your agreement with cultural availability to…
… dynamic, less volatile) current existence. Perhaps that’s what this current phase is about, for me: learning to see my former selves not as competitors, but as creative collaborators.
this is the end of victim-thinking! Carol Dweck writes about this as growth mindset, vs people who do not self-reflect (fixed mindset). Fixed mindset are stuck in the hell of wanting to CONTROL external reality. Growth mindset see that the change is within.
An Intuitive Way of Knowing, Peace, and Freedom From Conditioning
Life isn’t polarizing, the mind is. It labels and resists mess, failure, and loss … and then leaves us anxiety-ridden. Its negative charge — the very fear it creates — obscures our joy of experiencing and learning. A more natural, intuitive way of knowing is available for all of us.
In the recent Texas disaster, I saw how the thinking mind categorizes, compares, and chops the wholeness of life-experience into parts based on belief, conditioning, and preference.
As the calamity unfolded, the aphorism ‘rise to the occasion’ came to mind…