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What do you have to go through before you find peace?

As life unfolds, and journeys clarify, especially between soul contracts, you are left to see where chaos ends, and calm begins.  Or more aptly put, you are left to choose when chaos ends, and calm begins. How chaotic times can be soulfully cathartic. Lets firstly distinguish between external chaos and internal chaos. As we rarely have carte blanche control over what happens on an immediate external level (though we change it when we change our internal chaos), we have a real time benefit in diminishing our internal chaos.  Through inner chaos we are left to find the parameters of our boundaries. We are able to go beyond the limits of our experience to date and decide what is the mode by...

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What is the point of Spiritualizing Yourself?

When the world seems delusional and sick, and pathetic and weak what is the point of choosing the path of peace, when it seems so much easier to join people in the unconscious chatter, in judging and blaming in victim hood and passivity? Short answer: Its better for your future. Long answer: In this moment all is being adjusted and created according to your feelings and emotions for your life. While we all have the triggers for our pain body, our emotional story,  our reminders of pains of past, we are single handedly in control of constantly being aware of this, bringing light into this, and transcending beyond our triggers. We are the magicians in the transmutation of our story....

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The Empty Seat at the Table: Dealing with Loss over the Holidays

Everyone has had a loved one that has passed away, and the feelings of rawness can be extreme during the holidays. I lost my mother 11 years ago, I know very well that pain, and though the years make the sorrow more manageable, the loss stays forever. There are also other reasons for an empty seat, one based on choice. There are the loved ones that are not capable of being around family for mental health reasons, drug or alcohol addictions and imprisonment. In short, the 'choice'* based empty seat at the table. In my experience, I recall having a dear loved one who was very sick, call me because he was homeless. The overwhelm of desiring to preserve peace...

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Our Pain Will Heal: Inner Work Required

The hatred that has lived in the shadows, and in the subconscious, is being brought to the light in the United States. Its not as though it is original pain, it is a pain body that has existed for millenia, perhaps longer. It is also not as though it has lived exclusively in the shadows, we have seen the clashes, the victims and the perpetrators in our families, communities and the world. The cycle has continued. The feelings of inferiority of many classes has subconsciously continued the pain. The insecurities of many fascist groups, has immobilized their agendas. The lack of connection to divine, has rooted these issues in our collective unconscious. Now we must accept things as they are....

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The Death of the Fear Monger Within

Whatever your political affiliations, or despite them, it is you individually that reckons with your emotions. You individually that comes to terms with them, and you that lives the outcome that spawns from them. Your impact over yourself is definite. Your impact over the experience you have is undeniable. Your perspective is one that is chosen by you, whether you are liberated enough to understand that or not, the consequence of that is inevitable. If you choose peace, and healing, you will bring about it in your life. Now this choice is one that requires action. It requires attention to your words, beliefs and associations. It requires a liberation from times past, predications to come, and a deep commitment to...

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