Archive for July, 2010

Worry Doesn’t Solve Problems

Tweet When we have a situation or a problem we can’t resolve, the very first thing we do habitually is ask our mind for a solution. We continually ask our mind, when we know our mind doesn’t have the answer. Not getting an answer, we already knew wasn’t there, we go into beating ourselves up. We disapprove of ourselves. “What an idiot I am.” “How could I be so dumb?” Then, we ask our mind again. The entire cycle repeats itself over and over ad infinitum. Yes, ad infinitum, because we never let go of asking our mind and beating …

Growth You Can Have Every Day

Tweet Most of you don’t realize that every day you are presented with wonderful opportunities to make major steps in your growth. Were you to look at and see this, the Goal that seems so difficult and elusive would soon be in your possession. Awaken to this fact and be done with worldly miseries! To do this, you must accept the worldly happenings as they relate to you, your means of growth, even as your teacher. You must look at all the unpleasantries; you must face them squarely with an objective eye and you must seek and find their cause. …

Why Is It Still Broken?

Tweet What drew you to Releasing? Was it Happiness? Health? Finances? Relationships? Freedom? Many of you are experiencing that results haven’t come to you in ways you had expected. Nor as soon as you’d hoped. While areas “less important” have shifted, the area you came to Releasing to turn around may still seem to be stuck in the same old place. Why? Because of feelings! Don’t look further than this: you still have feelings in your subconscious mind about this issue! And since you don’t know the subconscious stuff is there, you can’t do anything about it … till you …

No Bad Moods ~ No Bad Days

Tweet When we identify with limited mind/body we are identifying with our desires, our wants, better put, the mind’s desires and wants. As we know, if we desire something we are saying we lack something. When we are wanting, desiring and in lack, we are suffering and in misery. Desires/wants agitate the mind. An agitated mind is a noisy mind. A noisy mind is an unhappy mind, a confused mind, a negative mind. The opposite is a quiet mind, a positive mind, a mind at peace. Let’s begin by saying, each of us is, right now, at this very moment, …