I Reserve the Right to be Wrong!
A more personal post today. When my path to ministry began so many years ago, I was grateful to be clear about something that saved me many times from taking things personally and from having to defend myself, it was that I knew that there was a LOT that I didn’t know! I am an observer, a people watcher and always have been. During my training, I watched as ministers who were busy baring their soul, working their tail off and living a life devoted to their congregations, and
God NEEDS You!
There is no corner on the market for brilliance, there are no new concepts, and genius is equally available to any interested, willing, and available soul who makes themselves available to it. The Infinite Intelligence that is everywhere available, all the time, avails Itself to each human equally, to the educated, and the ignorant. It doesn’t matter your religion, culture, or your sexual orientation. God, Intelligence, Life, Energy, call it what you want, is an unlimited sou
There is an old, very old, metaphysical term that is hardly used or recognized anymore. That word is chemicalization. There is nothing obvious about this word, or its meaning, unless you have been studying old school metaphysics, however, it is an extremely important concept to teach to the brand-new mind, the new student, and to remember for yourself. Chemicalization is the result of what happens when you make a declaration to be a certain way or to have a profound change in
How do you Identify Yourself?
Recently I put a post on Facebook stating: The problem with waking up is the accompanying realization about what a s**t you were before! I should have taken the blue pill!!! (Reference, the movie The Matrix.) This encouraged numerous responses, some who wanted to save me, but mostly the responses were from individuals who totally understood and have felt similarly. How one identifies themselves is key to a fully expressed life, or a life of regret and shame. In order to live
Practicing Radical Honesty: Part II
Let us continue to reference what Radical Honesty is; I begin again with this description: Radical Honesty is the ability to name and claim a feeling one is experiencing without the need to alter the story, or to try and look good. It is when one calls herself out in full honest form instead of just trying to look good. It is being who you are - as you are - without shame, embarrassment, or excuses. It is being willing to be truthful about what is without concern of reactions
Practicing Radical Honesty: Part 1
What is Radical Honesty? Radical Honesty is the ability to name and claim a feeling one is experiencing without the need to alter the story or to try and look good. It is when one calls herself out in full honest form instead of just trying to look good. It is being who you are, as you are, without shame, embarrassment, or excuses. It is being willing to be truthful about what is without concern of reactions or ramifications. Depending upon one’s conditioning, even consideri