How to use spiritual laws and principles in our everyday lives.

Spiritual Entertainment: A Distraction or Ingredient For Growth?

There comes a time when those of us on a spiritual path have, to be honest about the nature of our commitment to this path. A couple of years ago I was at a conference and the phrase spiritual entertainment came up in reference to the many ways that we distract ourselves with spiritual books, conferences, podcasts, movies, crystals, cards [...]

2019-11-08T20:53:15+00:00October 30th, 2016|Building Your Spiritual Muscle|

The Time I Spent In A Cocoon

Have you ever wondered who you are now that your kids are older or you have some space to look at your life? Do you feel something is missing in your life, even though you have so much to be grateful for? Or perhaps you don’t know how to go about looking after yourself without feeling guilty or selfish. Maybe [...]

3 Things YOU MUST Do To Change Something In Your Life

How often do you find yourself wanting to change something in your life? It could be something about your relationships, job, finances, kids, physical health, body, emotions or just about anything. Most of us spend a huge amount of our mental energy thinking and dreaming about what we want to change in and about our lives. Many of us fall [...]

2019-11-08T20:59:45+00:00October 23rd, 2015|Building Your Spiritual Muscle|

Do You Suffer From Spiritual Analysis Paralysis?

If you love reading and learning about all things spiritual and are a “seeker” of knowledge but spend less time actually “practicing” what you’re learning, then you may be suffering from spiritual analysis paralysis. I am very familiar with this phenomenon as I spend 90% of my time reading about it and on a good day 10% actually practicing it. [...]

2019-11-08T21:02:32+00:00May 23rd, 2015|Building Your Spiritual Muscle|

Forgiveness is ALL about Me!

I used to think that forgiveness was all about forgiving the other person for what they did to me, and then I realized that forgiveness is all about ME!  I thought it was all about accepting the situation and moving forward. The problem with looking at forgiveness from this perspective is that you don't ever truly forgive and you are [...]

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