Archive | September, 2010

A Sword to Protect Your Soul…forged in the heavens

Archangel Michael, is the spirit of our times.  The mood of our times is anxiety and Michael is the spiritual model and teacher of the courage, calmness and clarity that overcomes the mood of anxiety. If you are challenged by demons of confusion, overwhelm, uncertainty, fear, Michael’s spiritual sword can pierce your soul, filling it […]

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Imagine self/SELF

As I reflect back over my work over the last 21 years, I recognize the thread that weaves all the counseling, writing, speaking and teaching into a meaningful fabric – supporting each of us in imagining our own individuality. I’ve been discovering and sharing tools, insights, inspirations and encouragement for forming a sense of self/SELF […]

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The Sense of Ego

The Sense of Ego Of the four mysterious senses of Love, hearing, word, thought and Ego, the Ego sense is the most subtly exquisite (ORIGIN late Middle English (in the sense [carefully ascertained, precise] ): from Latin exquisit- ‘sought out,’ from the verb exquirere, from ex- ‘out’ + quaerere ‘seek.) With this sense we perceive […]

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The Sense of Thought

The Sense of Thought or Meaning Like the word sense, the sense of thought is difficult to describe and imagine.   I struggled to write this and suspect you will struggle to make sense of it all.  The three “highest” senses of word, thought and “I” are so beyond our ordinary thinking. Last week we attempted […]

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The Sense of Smell

We perceive over 10000 different odors and an seemingly infinite number of combinations.  And with each breath we smell the  scent combinations of whatever is around us.  Though we don’t notice all the smells, we are making decisions about them all the time.  Decisions beyond like and dislike.  We assess the health and safety of […]

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The Sense of Word

The Sense of Word I was with my grandson for a month, a very vocal month.  For a couple of weeks, as he turned six months old, he was delighting in the sounds he could make. From grunts to squeals he was learning how to master the range of his voicebox.  On the last day […]

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