Becoming the Answer (A Sermon on Luke 13:1-9)
“Now there were some present at that time who told Jesus about the Galileans whose blood Pilate had mixed with their sacrifices. Jesus answered, “Do you think that these Galileans were worse sinners than all the other Galileans because they suffered this way? I tell you, no!My Life in Archetype and Myth – The Spiritual Child
Enhance your life with the knowledge of your life’s innate purpose and direction. You will find yourself living in a more expansive way, in a more fruitful way. This will provide clarity, deepening understanding and give valuable reference points for your life journey.Take Comfort in Knowing
Do not be afraid to walk your path in this life for you are never alone. Take comfort in knowing that the all-seeing eye never abandons.Sociopaths and Fate
According to dictionary.com, the definition of a sociopath is “a person with a psychopathic personality whose behavior is antisocial, often criminal, and who lacks a sense of moral responsibility or social conscience.” The most common traits of a sociopath include irresponsibility, manipulativeness, dishonesty, and a complete lack of empathy. Sociopaths are frequently charming, exceedingly intelligent, largely lack impulse control, and use others to get what they want.Waiting or Pausing?
I have always felt that the ability to pause is a central, strong, robust feature of effective therapy. Pausing deepens both client and therapist, reminds the client that they are truly being listened to, respects the content they are sharing, and asserts their self-worth.Back in the Wilderness? (A Sermon on Luke 4:1-13 )
“Jesus, full of the Holy Spirit, returned from the Jordan and was led by the Spirit in the wilderness, where for forty days he was tempted by the devil.” (Luke 4:1-2a) Here we are, back in the wilderness with Jesus, and all you seasoned church-goers know what that means. It means we’ve reached the first Sunday in Lent.Relationships and Numerology-Nine Main Styles Part II
In ancient times, more than two thousand years ago, mystics recognized that numbers symbolize qualities as well as quantities. Number mysticism, otherwise known today as numerology, is one of the most popular forms of divination used to discern personality, compatibility, and personal timing.Niya and The Three Stages of Awakening
It’s important as a therapist to be able to appraise and evaluate your client’s position in relation to our principle central model – the three stages of human awakening. Although the three stages may sometimes feel inflexible or rigid in their sequence, in reality they are not. You may very well meet someone who has much to do in work on their personality and character, yet their heart is open and they are irrefutably spiritual in their nature.Spirituality and Sex: 10 Explanations Why Your Sex Life Is Terrible
Today, sex is most commonly viewed as a physical and emotional act, with little or nothing to do with spirituality. Couples experiencing sex life problems typically are unaware of or ignore the spiritual link.The Search For A Perfect Life
Of the many things that cause us pain, our expectation that life should be perfect, is one of the primary causes. It creates dissatisfaction with the life we have and drives us into an endless search for perfection out there somewhere. If we truly desire inner peace, we need to trade this magical thinking for a more realistic relationship with truth. Here’s how!