What’s Under ISIS’ Veil?

 Inscribed on the base of ISIS’ statue, the ancient Egyptian goddess of wisdom, are these words: 

I am everything that was, that is, that ever will be.

  Nor has any mortal man ever been able to discover what lies under my veil. Read more »

To Marry or Not to Marry?

A dear student called me to discuss The Big M.  A handsome man, he has been chased by women his whole life yet he resists marrying.  Some would say he is commitment phobic, but I disagree. Read more »

Love is the Thing

My spiritual teacher, Colette, made it clear that women are more highly evolved than their male counterparts and are here to teach men to change the will to power to the will to love. The Egyptians captured this in the myth of Isis and Osiris.

            Osiris was the god-king of Egypt who ruled the world between the living and the dead. He weighed the souls of the recently departed to see to what worldly realms they would be sent. His wife Isis was the goddess of wisdom. Read more »

What Women (and Men) Need in Relationships

Women are, in contrast to men, stronger, more complex, deeper, live longer, and generally have about 100,000 more sensory nerve endings in their skin than do men. What do these marked differences between the sexes mean for a relationship’s  stability and longevity? Read more »

Relationships: "Me Real-You Shadow"

Relationships are commonly predicated on the formula of "me real–you shadow". This goes to say that the childhood sense of only my life is real and intensely felt while others appear to exist, but seemingly at the periphery of my life, is carried out in adult life. For most, the sense of "me real–you shadow" is not shed. It becomes noted in psychiatric terminology as "narcissistic" or "self–absorbed, egotistical or egocentric". Those cast into the shadows accept this role through intimidation. Read more »

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