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Speak The Truth.

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Over the last few years, I have developed a serious geek crush on astrophysicist and author Neil deGrasse Tyson. While most of what he discusses with his audiences is strictly coming from the scientific point of view, I appreciate his candor and openness about the questions that scientists are still attempting to answer. Usually, these are topics dealing with metaphysical matters. I have listened to him try to explain everything from what he believes happens when people have a near death experience, to multiple dimensions and the high possibility that our world is part of a vast multiverse. If you have not listened to him being interviewed or giving a lecture, you owe it to yourself. You will learn something amazing and profound and be left with nothing short of having your thoughts thoroughly provoked.




As much as I have a huge respect for the scientific community, I have always felt in my soul that science was a macro step behind the spiritual world. Science leans toward data. Scien…

True Love Heals.

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“Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.” ― Rumi
Love, at its purest at the Source does not hurt. The pain we feel in the lessons of loving others happens when we bump up against the barriers to love. These are usually fear-based issues such as the fear of being abandoned, control, manipulation, attachment, need, desire, feelings of unworthiness, insecurity, etc.



The more barriers we have within ourselves the more pain we experience. As we hold more barriers within ourelves, we will attract relationship experiences to bring these to our attention to help clear the barriers and the pain. This is what makes love feel like a devastating process.


If we are feeling pain when dealing with others and love is on the table, we could consider taking a moment to stop, analyze what that feeling is and seek the root of it. Once we come into that knowledge, we can then take the steps to break down that barrier …