Good Grief

Good Grief

In 1969 Elizabeth Kubler-Ross wrote her groundbreaking book, On Death and Dying, which provided five stages of the grieving process. I would venture a guess everyone reading this article has heard about her stages…denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance....
Incorruptibility

Incorruptibility

Unifying my body, heart and soul while nothing seems to be working is a great task requiring discipline and fortitude. Surrendering to divine timing and cherishing whatever happens while not falling into the victim/perpetrator paradigm enhances my incorruptibility. My...
Manifesting Your Heart’s Desire

Manifesting Your Heart’s Desire

Recognize you are an eternal being in human form. As physical extensions of Source energy, true equanimity and a deep sense of well-being is our natural spiritual state. But we all know life gets messy sometimes. This article will offer information about deliberate...
Material Wealth, a Buddhist Perspective

Material Wealth, a Buddhist Perspective

The following principles are adapted from Geshe Michael Roach’s bestselling book, The Diamond Cutter. His story is about a Thebetian Buddhist diamond cutter, who worked at a fledging company in New York that used the following principles to became a world leader in...
Terrorism and the Victim/Perpetrator Paradigm

Terrorism and the Victim/Perpetrator Paradigm

Image Credit:  Getty Images 1230468399 – Washington DC Capitol Riot Violence  The tragic events in Washington DC on 1-6-21 inspired this article about Terrorism and its nasty co-conspirator…The Victim/Perpetrator Paradigm. Like the Bubonic plague in the Middle...
Fear, Courage and New Paradigms

Fear, Courage and New Paradigms

Failure is an extremely important tool and, if handled properly, improves our emotional, mental and spiritual hygiene. Everyone needs to wash up, take a shower and pick up around the house periodically. Removing the dirt and debris of life freshens things up and makes...