Tag Archive | self-responsibility

Racism, animal abuse, child abuse, drug abuse: the final gasps of a victim/savior paradigm

Racism, animal abuse, child abuse, drug abuse: the final gasps of a victim/savior paradigm


Dearest readers, My experiences growing up in a highly co-dependent, enmeshed family system where emotional abuse was a normal way of being led me on a path where I did not know how to love myself anymore. I had to learn to remember. The path to remembering, or putting myself back together again, was a […]

Poor me: race, cognitive dissonance, and personal responsibility for all


Dearest readers, Being human is impossibly difficult. It is a challenge we take on voluntarily. At least that is what I believe, and that belief empowers me and gives me hope for all of us. It seems crazy to think that I could have chosen the family I was born into and the circumstances of […]

Where is humanity going? The end of human slavery and the ascension process


Dearest readers, Most people realize that something is changing on our planet. Everyone feels the shifts in energy, though most do not understand where these shifts in energy originate. Some people are worried, feel their world is falling apart and don’t realize that this is a good thing. Others are thrilled that humanity is finally […]

Condensing parallel universes: the road back to Self


Dearest readers, I have this image in my mind that I am going to paint, and I will describe it here with words. The energy field around our bodies which is the vehicle by which we can travel to all dimensions, called by some the merkabah, by others a torus, is fragmented, deactivated or weakened […]

Want to ascend to the 5th dimension? Self-love & radical personal responsibility in the age of higher consciousness


Dearest readers, Have any of you ever read the self-help classic, “Co-dependent no more?” Co-dependency is the general template in which humanity currently relates to self and others. It is a victim mentality, in which no one in this system loves him or herself. A lack of self-love inevitably creates a void of personal responsibility. […]

The Stranger & the mirror: How looking inward changes our cultural paradigm towards outsiders


Dear readers, I recently reread Albert Camus’ iconic novel, The Stranger. It struck me as I was reading that Meursault’s detached personality and precise, yet objective truthfulness would probably place him somewhere on the autism spectrum today. As most people know, the bizarre cultural mindset of the time in which the novel is set (1950’s […]

Calm and peaceful in turbulent times


  Dear readers, Spirituality and reality (and the science of  physics) are inextricably intertwined. The exhortation to “love one’s enemies” is one of Jesus’s teachings that is both intriguing and inspiring to me. In this brief statement lies incredibly difficult challenges that defy the nature of reality and our beliefs about what is real and […]