Posts Tagged ‘suffering’

Becoming Conscious of Self-Judgment: Should vs Could

I became aware that I was beating myself up with “shoulds.” I should be doing this, I should have done that—endlessly in the loop of the mind chatter. I was so used to it that I didn’t even really hear it until recently. It came to my attention that life just wasn’t fun. “Should statements…

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How to Survive Chaos and the Confusion of Energy Shifts

Sometimes changes in our Mother Earth threaten to transport us beyond the veil sooner than we expected. With the increasing vibrational energy shift many may not be able to keep body and soul together. The good news is that the major planetary destruction predicted by some will NOT happen as so many have predicted. But how…

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Life is short: Find Meaning

“Life is short and then you die,” is a statement that people use to infer that life sucks, there is no meaning, and the final blow is death. They seem content to shrug off life with a defeatist attitude and refuse to find the joy. Instead, look for meaning. I do agree that life is short.…

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Holidays: Be Conscious of the Emotional Challenges

The holidays are usually for families, social events, children and fun; but the truth is that the holidays are difficult and challenging for many people. The expectations of the season and subsequent stresses often lead to depression during the Christmas season. Some of us are just glad when they are over. Let’s be conscious and…

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It’s All Good if not Perfect

Everything is perfect just the way it is. God is everywhere, in everything and if the most powerful force in the Universe is Love and/or creative intension then everything is unfolding perfectly. It may seem otherwise when we are not in tune with “the force” or your “divine plan”. So follow The Consciousness Guide and get connected…

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Darkness Depart

“There is no coming to consciousness without pain. People will do anything, no matter how absurd, in order to avoid facing their own Soul. One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.” ― C.G. Jung  

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