The Body Doesn’t Tell Lies

Using the body as a vehicle for awakening may be the greatest tool a spiritual practitioner has available to them. It is there and always at your disposal, but over the years it is easy to take for granted. Especially if you view it as a reminder of past failures, or it may be failingContinue reading “The Body Doesn’t Tell Lies”

Assume [ uh-soom ]

1. to take for granted or without proof We’ve probably heard the saying, “Whenever you assume, you make an ass out of you and me.” And who could argue with this? Yet, so many do it on a daily basis. They do it because they believe it is a necessity of human function to makeContinue reading “Assume [ uh-soom ]”

AM I an Addict?

The short answer is yes. I know you may have had a strong reaction to that answer. “No way! I don’t even take drugs!” You may have just had a similar thought pop up, but if you experienced a negative emotional reaction to what I just wrote then that is the problem I am talkingContinue reading “AM I an Addict?”

Daily Meds: Story

Our egoic behavior may be supported by friends and family members, so we need to bring awareness in when we tell them our story. One could ask themselves why they are telling it someone else. Hearing it aloud could help you see where the real problem lies. This could be an effective way of bringingContinue reading “Daily Meds: Story”

I Don’t Know?

“I don’t know” can be a very scary thing to admit to most people. You may believe that it is a sign of weakness. We’ve all heard the cliche, a guy is afraid to ask for directions so he drives in circles refusing to give in. We all know better, but fear makes us doContinue reading “I Don’t Know?”

Daily Meds: Gift

We are all like unopened gifts walking around. But sometimes we are also like little kids the day before a birthday, anxious and impatient trying to guess what’s inside. Why do we need to figure each other out? It is so much more satisfying to be pleasantly surprised by the loving action of a friend,Continue reading “Daily Meds: Gift”