See Everyone As Sinless

November 16th, 2014

Sin is an illusion. This entire world we perceive is an illusion born of our fear, our judgment, our separation from God, our separation from ourselves. Illusions are like dreams. They are not real and they have no consequences in reality. If this is the case, that this entire world is an illusion, then to see anyone as a sinner is to embrace illusions rather than reality, which is that each one of us is a loving child of God deserving of our acceptance, gratitude, respect and unconditional love, regardless of what they’ve done and how they are behaving. Embracing this philosophy is the path towards true, sustainable happiness and inner peace.


Perception Is A Choice. See Here Now.

November 8th, 2014

We do not see the world as it is in the here and now. We see the world through the eyes of the past. We project our past judgments and biases onto the world and see it not as it is but as it was. This misperception gets in the way of healing, happiness and inner peace.


You Are What You Eat. You Are How You Sleep.

November 5th, 2014

What we choose to eat and the position in which we sleep can have a major impact on our physical and emotional health.


Personal Power

October 28th, 2014

“I can’t help it. It’s who I am!” — NOT TRUE! Despite how you have been programmed, despite what has happened to you in the past, you are not a victim any longer, you are who YOU choose to be. You have great personal power. You can transform yourself.


Letting Go Of Baggage

October 26th, 2014

Letting go of baggage is a choice. First, you choose to recognize your baggage rather than be in denial about it. Second, you choose to recognize that you have the power to let go of your baggage and make better choices. Third, you make better choices. Fourth, you repeatedly, consistently, persistently make those better choices until you have extinguished your self-destructive self-definitions and replaced them with healthier ones.


Benzodiazepines Can Be Hazardous To Your Health

September 29th, 2014

Benzodiazepines (aka tranquilizers) such as xanax, ativan, valium and klonopin can be very helpful on an intermittent or short term basis but when used daily, continuously, chronically they are a prescription for disaster because on a long term basis they are extremely likely to cause cognitive impairment and memory deficits, among other things, and can increase your odds of getting Alzheimer’s Dementia.


Can People Really Change?

September 27th, 2014

Yes. People can really change. It’s not easy but it can be done. With vigilance, diligence, practice, persistence, and perseverance, it can be done. How do I know this for sure? Because I have changed. I have used the cognitive and spiritual tools I share in my posts and videos to transform myself, to eliminate self-sabotaging behaviors, to release judgments, to accept and forgive, to communicate more effectively. And the end result has been happiness and inner peace. It worked for me. It can work for you. But you need to do the work.


What Can You Do To Convince Someone You Care About That They Are An Alcoholic or Addict?

September 24th, 2014

One can try an intervention, bringing friends and loved ones together to confront the person. One can try “tough love” which involves discontinuing any enabling behavior, and letting the person know that they must help themselves and take steps towards abstinence and recovery if they want continued support. But the truth is that there is little one can do to convince an alcoholic or addict that they have a problem if the person is in denial. Usually they must totally trash their life and “hit a bottom” before acknowledging they have a problem.


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