Let’s be frank here. Most people want love. The craving for approval and affection from others is embedded into our DNA. There’s probably nothing else on earth (other than the survival instinct) that is as strong and primal as the longing for love. We need to belong. We NEED to feel loved. This is all […]
On the level of Soul and Spirit, we are all whole. However, consciously we tend to believe that we are “broken” or lacking due to beliefs, ideals and various life traumas we have gone through. Soulwork is about helping us to reconnect with our inner wholeness which can never be broken or fractured. We can lose touch with our wholeness, but we can never stop being whole.
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The notion that romantic love will fulfill and complete us is one of the greatest ingrained beliefs we carry in the 21st century. Everywhere we look we are sent the message that finding “your one true love” will solve all of your problems and remove the emptiness you feel inside. In movies and TV shows, […]
Unconditional love is so vastly different from the love we are used to receiving that most of us don’t really know what it is. In fact, most “love” these days isn’t actually true love, but instead differing forms of infatuation, lust, affinity, affection, codependency or egotistical neediness. The reality is that true love is rare […]
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 […]
Your reason and your passion are the rudder and the sails of your seafaring soul. If either your sails or your rudder be broken, you can but toss and drift, or else be held at a standstill in mid-seas. For reason, ruling alone, is a force confining; and passion, unattended, is a flame that burns […]