Do you ever want to escape reality? Well I do, and I’m sure that I’m not the only one. Every time I read the news, my stomach falls out, and when I look at my bank account, I don’t feel any better. Should I give into the desire to run?
We are inundated by a culture of ego, and we wonder what’s wrong. How could our politicians be so corrupt? How could political parties try to gerrymander?
We don’t, as a society, look at who is attracted to become a police person, how they are trained and how they are coping with their own fear and power.
We need a real discussion around conscious reproduction and the termination of unwanted pregnancies.
You probably think I’m talking about terrorists or jihadists. Well, I am and I’m not. Because what I’m talking about is the cataclysmic clash between people who believe in oneness, love and connection and those who believe in violence, domination and prejudice.
After over 40 years of endeavoring to be on a spiritual path devoted to God and the “inner plane” Masters of the Wisdom, I made a surprising discovery of a modern “mystery school” and spiritual community that has developed under the guidance of those masters. That school, first known as The Stream, has been based in Southern California, north of …
We can no longer pretend that spirituality is just an inner experience. It is our sacred trust to be agents of higher consciousness in the world. We cannot focus just on ourselves.
Major spiritual belief systems were founded by radicals but are perpetuated by conformists. If Moses overthrew the Egyptian faith, who then questioned the awesome and frightening god of Moses? If Jesus rejected the god of the sword, who then overthrew the perfect, loving "father" God? And so on!
On today’s InsideOut Forum Discussion Call we shared about revolutionizing relationships by offering healthy support. It was a lively conversation with deep and honest sharing about sometimes-painful situations in which the callers described how they have been supporting others in more direct and healthy ways. One woman who used to think that support was making other people feel better rather …