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Total Solar Eclipse – Spiritual Implications

The Total Solar Eclipse – Spiritual Implications 

Some people have asked me my take on the solar eclipse.  An eclipse of the sun brings darkness and the cutting off of our physical source of our life. The events of the past couple of years have brought with it dark days and the growing rise of hyper-materialism, robotic life, heartlessness, and hate that has seemed to come into its full bloom by the advent of this total eclipse that it appears to symbolize.   Read more »

Lent: Practicing the Art of Sacrifice

Ash Wednesday begins today marking the start of Lent for 2017. For Christians, it is a time to give up something of value for something of greater value. Most often, we do the reverse and give up something of value for something of lesser value, such as addictive behaviors to food, drugs and alcohol as well as in relationships where we inappropriately sacrifice ourselves on the altar of another’s dysfunctional needs.  Read more »

Forget Hallmark! - Valentine's Day Love Notes Exercise

 A 7-Day Exercise for Valentine’s Day - Starting  now!

Starting today, and each day thereafter including Valentine's Day, Feb. 14, write a love letter or love note to a loved one. 

On Feb. 14 insert these writings into a Valentine’s card and or a box of Valentine’s candy to give your loved one (size of box doesn’t matter).

Happy Love Day!

Love and Blessings, Read more »

Homeopathic Social Remedies

Homeopathic remedies:

Perhaps the oldest known therapeutic healing method ever described is homeopathy. Two basic premises of this technique is indicated by the syllables of its name: homeo = same, pathy = toxicity (sickness, illness). Homeopathy’s applications to physical, emotional, mental, social maladies is two-fold:

A micro (small) input creates or elicits a macro (large) output/response.

Like cures like. Read more »

Megalomania

From a spiritual perspective, megalomania  is an irreversible mental condition. Here the individual takes himself to be God.  As such, there is no room for God.  Characterized by ultra-vanity, the megalomaniac takes no responsibility for his behavior, is ready to blame others for behaviors he is guilty of and then covers it up. He has no regard for the laws of society regulating civil behavior toward each other.  Taking oneself for God, there is no need to abide by any law other than what he authors for himself. Read more »

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