Daily Meds: Mistakes

Being able to admit when the ego has taken over is a very important part of spiritual practice. One needs to be honest, but not brutally honest. There’s no need to condemn yourself or others for making mistakes. It is possible to move through the mistakes the way we move through emotional pain. You simplyContinue reading “Daily Meds: Mistakes”

Do You Want What You Have?

Gratitude is one of the most important practices for a seeker to have in their repertoire. This is the art of appreciation for what you already have in your life. It brings you home those times when the mind has pulled you into a lull of desire. The reason why the ego is so effectiveContinue reading “Do You Want What You Have?”

You Are The Sun

The spiritual path is a long and treacherous one at times. It can be smooth, but there can also be a lot of potholes and detours along the way. One of the most difficult parts can be recognizing when the ego rears its ugly head. What makes it such a challenge is that it hasContinue reading “You Are The Sun”

Daily Meds: Bridge

We are all bridges to the source. Since this is so, it is important to bring awareness to all of our relationships. These connections are an extension of our spiritual practice, and are good, honest indications of our progress on the path. They act as a mirror and reflect the way we’ve been treating othersContinue reading “Daily Meds: Bridge”

E = Motion + Pain

Emotions are where we can get stuck. We become them instead of experiencing them. We create an environment for which they can linger longer than needed. When you are in a state of confusion, struggling to comprehend this sudden turn of events that caused the inner turmoil, you begin to dig a mental ditch. WeContinue reading “E = Motion + Pain”

Daily Meds: Mantra

Consistency in and of itself is a mantra. It is something said or done over and over to achieve some sort of proficiency. This can take the form of meditation, yoga, work, affirmations, or self talk that guides you to the place where wisdom is born. You can give anything you do or say aContinue reading “Daily Meds: Mantra”