Have you ever gotten to around 5:00 PM feeling like you were having a pretty good day, then you turn on the news and everything seems terrible? When we forget that we live in the world of the mind and start thinking we live in what we see outside of us, just by watching world […]
Since I take a transpersonal approach, I often bypass regression technique in favor of investigating the context of a problem. I also inquire into any beliefs the client may have about the nature of consciousness. These beliefs are rarely challenged, but as one of my cases clearly demonstrates, it can mean the difference between an […]
In earlier posts I talked about The Religion of Fear (ROF). And it might as well be a religion; it seems like everywhere you go, you find believers! But it’s a serious matter. People can become incapacitated by mysterious fears and phobias, even though they may believe their fears are silly. “Why should I be […]
“Fearful thinking does not fit with the universal law of cause and effect.” Recently a student asked me to elaborate on what this means and on how the law of cause and effect works.
This is Part One of a series examining the nature of fearful thinking, how we become fervently devoted to it, and how to conquer fear. Using the art and skill of inquiry, mindfulness, and awareness, I have helped many students and clients to do this.