Someone asked the other day, “How do I keep from getting mad at people and situations.” This is a common question and dilemma for lots of people… here is what
“By answering 3 important questions” If we want to thrive it’s important that we contemplate who we are. All the spiritual texts talk about this… but only a few people
Paramahansa Yogananda said: The wise do not expect to reap everlasting happiness from friends, beloved family, or dear possessions! The forms of loved ones are snatched away by death. Material
Matthew Arnold said: Resolve to be thyself; and know that who finds himself, loses his misery.
If we look into the makeup of a simple atom we see three parts and they are analogous to the three parts of God. First, we have an atom which
Studies show that truth is a very powerful healing agent for the mind and the body. Truth allows cortisol and adrenaline to dissipate and thus we find contentment. Dr. Paul
It’s said there needs to be a large crack in the armor of ego in order to allow the love of God, the Universe, and Great Spirit to shine in.
I find it interesting, that way back in the 70’s President Jimmy Carter was talking about people only being interested in material things— and that was the real reason for
“Our Reality Changes Depending Upon Our Thinking” Every thought changes our reality and our reality changes depending upon our age and what we have going on in our life. If
In order to find peace we have to gently cleans away some of the stuff that holds us back in life. We all have illusions, and those illusions get in