Tag Archive | fear

Beyond the shadow of doubt: transformation of beliefs

Beyond the shadow of doubt: transformation of beliefs


Dearest readers, Doubt is an integral part of the human experience. When we choose to incarnate on Earth, we choose separation from our true identity, which is love, unity, peace, and joy. We choose victimhood, or else we choose to be tyrants. We come to Earth to experience pain, fear, lack, and duality. Why in […]

2018: Integrating the shadow for the collective

2018: Integrating the shadow for the collective


Dearest readers, 2018 is a year where the presence of the shadow in society will be unavoidable. Chaos, violence, crime, people being offended, the eruption of sex scandals, political intrigues, and abuses against people, animals, and the planet will explode exponentially. These eruptions which are already quite visible are increasing so that humanity can integrate […]

Today’s challenge: Letting go of being human


Dearest readers, I have been trying so hard to let go of fear, of poverty consciousness. The fear of not having enough. Not enough money to survive. Wanting so much to trust that my personal needs as well as those of my family will be met, but so frightened to let go of that oh […]

The Awakening: Free Will and the Purpose of Fear


Hello dear readers! If you are among the awakened, then you know that we are now breathing in the pure energy of 2017, a new cycle which promotes human creativity in an atmosphere of elevated benevolence and support. If you are just beginning to awaken, then this post may be of crucial help to you. Dear […]

Turn on the light!


Hello dear reader, Sometimes the world seems to be filled with darkness, fear, chaos, and corruption. We look around ourselves, and our news reports are often grim. It would seem that we cannot trust our fellow man. People are constantly trying to take advantage of one another or harm others for no apparently good reason. […]

Waking up: what tomorrow will bring


Hello readers, Many people want to know why we are here on Earth. What is our purpose? I have been trying to figure this out for many years. Over the years, gradually, like the opening of a flower bud, small bits of realization have come to me. When I was in my early twenties as […]

When love joins science


  Hello readers, It has taken me many years for my life’s purpose to unfold to me, and it is still unfolding a little bit every day. As it turns out, although I grew up in a family in which my mother rejected me, my purpose is to help people to awaken to understanding the […]

Be powerful: choose love, avoid fear


Hello readers, We are living in a special time in which great changes are taking place. In fact, together, we are bringing about a historic paradigm shift. As the electromagnetic energies of the Earth rise and the polar shift continues, human beings are experiencing much turmoil all over the planet. The opportunity to raise our […]

A few thoughts on packaging and healing


Hello readers, I recently heard a radio interview with a British gentleman who called himself a “garbologist”…His work involved archaeological excavations of Victorian era landfills. He explained that the first appearance of convenience foods and packaging was during the Victorian period. Glass containers and such were common. A few years ago, I watched a documentary […]

My life will get better: on hope and disappointment


Hello readers, Good parents know how to teach their kids to deal with frustration and disappointment, because not to do so is unkind to children. Parents who don’t delay gratification and who rush to fulfill their children’s needs and desires even before they have the ability or luxury to feel a little discomfort, are truly […]

Where do I belong?


Hello readers, I’ve spent a big chunk of my life thinking about belonging and identity, and also about love of self and others…mostly because my own mother and father were never able to love me for myself and eventually cut me off from the family in every way. They tried to make sure that I […]

Terror and Pain: Cultures and Shadows


Hello readers, The other day I was listening to NPR (National Public Radio), and a reporter commented on the irony of the fact that the recent measles outbreak in southern California began at Disney World, a place from which all shadows and darkness have been banned.  The sunny and optimistic outlook seemingly characteristic of American […]

Nationalism and Fundamentalism: Two Faces of Fear


Hello readers, Many of us around the world have been closely following the news during and following the terror attacks in and around Paris, France that killed over twenty people, including the majority of the editorial staff of satirical journal Charlie Hebdo, three police officers, and four Jewish civilians, as well as the perpetrators of […]

Dear S. (letter to a reader) A poem


Dear S., I read your prose poem about fear four times each word fiercely aching and vibrating with the misery of a pure and tender heart shredded, fractured then armored with countless layers of terror, guilt loyal pump of life cellophaned to suffocation yet each word so precise so crisply observed so passionate It seems you gave […]

Squirrel (a poem)


This morning at the wheel I urged, cringed, mentally moved a hesitant squirrel his trajectory suspended on the median golden parallels. Could not bear the surging SUV hunching my shoulders hunkering down to imagine bodily protection for an insouciant rodent Gasping as he moved forward as the vehicle neared lithe body not speeding as if the […]

Hope-full?


Hello readers, I remember when I was much younger and my grandmother was still alive, she would say that hope was the foundation of life itself.  Years later, I still think about her words.  At the time, I remember myself passionately in disagreement with my grandmother’s statement.  You see, I felt that to invest in hope […]

Celebrating Fear on Halloween


Hello readers, Just thinking about fear on Halloween, and how living in a fluctuating, chaotic world causes us each to create some kind of survival strategy based on how we deal with reality.  In traditional cultures, people fear the ghosts of their ancestors which may return to do harm.  By dressing up in fearsome costumes, […]

Time Out: Parenting, Memories, and Immortality


Hello readers, This morning, my son set off for his first day of 9th grade.  Last night, he set out all of his new clothes, photographing them so a friend could help him choose what to wear to school.  He was anxious to arrive at school early to spend time with his friends.  In fact, […]

Unmentionables: Unsafe Things to Say


Hello readers, Last year, I joined a women’s coffee and religious devotional meet-up group to replace a secular women’s group of which I was previously a member .  The initial group was run by a counseling center, for a fee of $35 per meeting, every second week.  I often left the group feeling worse than I arrived, […]

Writing Off Conditioning: How to Let Go of the Dream Your Parents Created for You


Hello readers, I read a lot about human nature and experience, because I have always wanted to understand why people do what they do.  We have all been conditioned by our families, by the culture and society in which we live, to be a certain self.  And, for the most part, we identify with that […]