Spiritual Awakening: Graceful or Difficult?

A Spiritual Awakening can be beautiful, easy and graceful or it can be challenging, difficult and even painful. Let’s explore ways to make your Awakening experiences more graceful – and more pleasant. Many of us nowadays are going through a Spiritual Awakening, but we may not recognize this for what it is. In this episode, … Read more

How to Forgive – Forgiving Someone Who Hurt You

Transform your life by learning a unique and powerful method of forgiveness, The Four Steps to Forgiveness. How to forgive others and yourself quickly and easily using The Four Steps to Forgiveness. This episode takes you step-by-step through this unique and powerful method of forgiveness. Transform you life in ways you perhaps never thought possible.  … Read more

How to Forgive Yourself: Using the Four Steps to Forgiveness

A short and to the point presentation which takes you step-by-step through the process of forgiving yourself. Have a pen and paper ready before you start and then get ready to transform your life. Many people assume that forgiveness is difficult, yet William Fergus Martin, founder of The Global Forgiveness Initiative and author of Forgiveness … Read more

Two Kinds of Healing

There are two kinds of healing. In one kind of healing a blessing comes to us. We become uplifted, soothed, and difficulties and blocks fall away. With the other kind of healing, the blessing is not so obvious. We feel like we are brought low, life gets rough and difficulties and blocks are everywhere. In … Read more

Ho’oponopono, by Ulrich Dupree.

This really wonderful little book, author Ulrich E. Dupree, is deceptively simple. Much is packed into it that is not obvious at first glance. The Ulrich presents Ho’oponopono in a heart-felt way, rather than in a very mentally stimulating way. He does not go into a lot of details, long stories, or overtly ‘brilliant’ ideas … Read more

Homecoming: John Bradshaw

Homecoming by John Bradshaw is a seminal work that shaped many people`s understanding of both co-dependency and inner child work. The comedian Bill Connelly, who had a rather difficult childhood, once described John Bradshaw as a “genius”. Certainly I for one had not come across the concept of toxic shame, never mind what to do … Read more

Happy Habits

Happy habits is based on the simple idea of using our innate ability to bless to help us break out of habits of unhappy thinking and feeling. We simply replaces habits, of negativity, regret, worry and anger with a habit of blessing. There are three main happy habits: 1. Bless People. every time you think … Read more