We no longer know how to truly relax. Our frantic, stuffed schedules and fast-paced lives make it difficult for us to wind down and simply be with ourselves. We have mastered how to DO, but we know almost nothing about how to BE. Even when we do find ourselves with nothing to do, we freak out. […]
There are about four types of pain in this life: physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. We all experience pain, but often when this pain becomes so intense, we experience a phenomenon known as soul loss. On this website, soulwork teaches that pain is natural, but suffering because of that pain is optional. This realization liberates you from suffering.
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Every form of addiction is bad, no matter whether the narcotic be alcohol or morphine or idealism. – Carl Jung I have much to thank drug abuse for. In the moment I entered this planet, I was born with an inherited heroin dependency that formed in the womb due to my addict mother. Throughout the rest […]
The force and degree of a man’s inner benevolence evokes in others a proportionate degree of ill-will. – Gurdjieff I first encountered knowledge of anti-awakening forces while deeply immersed in the book “The Herald of Coming Good” by famous mystic Gurdjieff. In the book, Gurdjieff describes that there are certain forces in life called Tzvarnoharno, a […]
We are so used to trying to “fix” everything. Our parents, teachers, religious institutions, political leaders, and very societies all operate under the belief that life is about fixing, improving, and striving for an ideal state. The moment our pure childhood minds were filled with beliefs and judgments about life was the moment we start […]
The root chakra is one of the most blocked and constricted energy fields within our bodies. Everyone, at some point in their lives, has struggled with a root chakra deficiency. If you were raised in a dangerous neighborhood, experienced the divorce of your parents, had parents who struggled to pay the rent, lived in relative […]