September 15, 2021 Update: This post contains a The Chapter 8 draft that has been re-written. If you want to go right to the updated draft of Chapter 8, see the more recent post.
We humans are a mystery even to ourselves. We struggle to find true happiness, love, health, fulfillment and joy because we don’t have an accurate perception of what we actually are and how we fit into the scheme of things…
I want to share an experience I just had with discovering a false belief. As some of you know false beliefs are those beliefs that are out of alignment with God’s Truth—the truth of the universe. These beliefs keep us stuck in wrong thinking, stuck in error, and prevent us from healing our emotional injuries or evolving towards love. Continue reading “False Belief Unveiled”
I recently listened to a book by Gary Zukav called, Spiritual Partnership: The Journey to Authentic Power. It was published in 2010, but it hadn’t crossed my radar until now, probably because I rarely read “New Age” books anymore—they all seem pale in comparison to the completeness and level of love I find in Divine Truth. But this one was recommended by someone who seeks to know God in his heart and clearly gets the importance of owning one’s emotions and allowing them to be felt rather than avoided. So, I followed his suggestion and downloaded the book. Continue reading “Issues of Power”
As I have described in previous posts, here at my high desert home, there is a seemingly endless list of things that need attention, fixing, doing, building, planting, creating etc to make it a truly safe, secure, comfortable, self-responsible, enjoyable and beautiful home, and the sheer magnitude of this list really get me down at times. I often feel overwhelmed. Continue reading “The Bully Inside”
Murphy’s Law: What can go wrong will go wrong.
God’s Law: What needs to ‘go wrong’ will ‘go wrong’. Continue reading “Murphy Meets God”
Back in June, when summer came quickly to heat up my new desert home, I was outside in front of my house watering my newly planted trees and bushes in the cool morning calmness, and a truck came down the normally quiet dirt road that I live on. Continue reading “Teepee Poles and Cloudy Weather”