The Goldilocks Paradox – An Introduction On How Our Need For Stability Blinds Us To Change

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What are some of your favorite things in the whole world?

Have a few in mind?

Now, take a second, and think of one or two “loves” of today that may have started out as the complete opposite.

In one of my recent posts I spelled out that the ego is built for the sole purpose of classifying our world to ensure our survival.

 

Classification in order to assess reality, by itself, sounds like an oxymoron since whatever we classify in this moment,javier-allegue-barros-768453-unsplash is never identical when we observe it the next time we look at it.

We just assume we know it fully and don’t need to worry with assessing the reality it presents itself as, in the here and now.

This One’s Just Right… Or At Least It Was

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Fall In Love Completely With This Lock-And-Key Based Version Of Reality

My hope is to keep this one brief, but we’ll see how that goes.

I want to touch on how important on the cosmic level you, and all of us, are.

In the series from this week I mentioned how every choice you make is perfect and sacred, and I meant it. Continue reading “Fall In Love Completely With This Lock-And-Key Based Version Of Reality”

Balance As A Way Of Life – A Series On Learning To Let Go Through Seeking Our Source Code

In yesterday’s post I spoke to the understanding that our cultural need for judgement and condemnation is one of the major contributing factors of our collective suffering and unconsciousness.

It was brought to my attention that the post might have seemed a bit like an amalgam of several different insights (much obliged, even though my school project made it so we couldn’t discuss it fully, Thanks as usual Marquise!).

So, I’ve decided to turn this into a series surrounding conceptualization and internalization of the notion of balance in a much more complete way.

Part One;

The Cognitive Reasoning Of The Universe And Our Personal Relationship With It

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A Sandcastle’s Perspective On Life – Before The Waves Call Us Home

massive sandcastle with walls

kids laughing next to a treeWhen was the last time you slowed down long enough to listen to the wind blow through the trees or appreciate the laughter of a child as if it was the first time you ever heard such a melodious sound?

Why is it so easy to get so caught up in all the other things?

It was early along on my recent path that a wonderful woman, whom I paid to dole out sage advice, told me that “no relationship lasts forever”. Continue reading “A Sandcastle’s Perspective On Life – Before The Waves Call Us Home”

The Trinity – All Good Things Come In Threes, Right?

This one might be a scary post for some as I finally stop tip-toeing around the belief structure that I was raised in and the majority of the world follows; Christianity.

Most who read this are likely to have had some interaction with the term “Trinity” as it relates to Christianity at some point in your life.

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