Tag Archive | letting go

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 […]

Fresh start: new beginnings for a new paradigm


Hello dearest readers, While I’m working at my survival job (doing editing of airplane maintenance and repair manuals), I listen to YouTube videos about spiritual topics, nature, science, and music to keep my mind creatively focused. It is very challenging for me to do work that is not fully aligned with my personality and purpose. […]

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 […]

Friendship


Hello readers, There are many ways to relate to the world and its many planes, material and spiritual. The upheavals we are experiencing as a nation with regards to police brutality, racism, gay marriage are interesting to examine. More than one person has noted that forty or fifty years ago, neighbors knew one another by […]

Letting go…how to be in the flow of life as a parent


Hello readers, You may have noticed that self-love is one of my most frequently used tags on this blog.  While everything in our societies is conspiring for us to neglect and hate ourselves, all while  making us believe we are extremely important, self-love is the most important goal in achieving awareness of the true unity […]

Loss and Generosity


Hello readers, My parents grew up during the aftermath of the Great Depression and the devastation of World War II.  While my grandmother, who had experienced directly the hardships caused by those economic and political situations, always remained open to life and embraced its gifts with enthusiasm.  My mother, for whatever reasons, has always been […]

Cleaning House


Hello readers, One thing I have noticed about life by observing my own is that I seem to inadvertently repeat the same experiences and feel the same feelings over and over again.  I know that this is not unique to me.  All of us have been conditioned to repeat certain responses that worked well or […]