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Avoid Political Hypnosis

Avoid Political Hypnosis

Avoid Political Hypnosis. Because trance music isn’t the only kind of media experience that can alter your state of consciousness.

Avoid Political Hypnosis. Although quite a lot of that is going on these days.

Today’s article will alert you to a certain kind of political hypnosis. Following that, I’ll share some simple precautions you can take.

Honestly! Is it okay if somebody forces unethical hypnosis upon you? Quite regularly! Probably you’d prefer to avoid it, right?

Psychic Work Transitioning to Energy Spirituality

Psychic Work Transitioning to Energy Spirituality

Psychic Work Transitioning to Energy Spirituality. Why are some sweet followers of psychic work exploring the power of energy spirituality?

Psychic Work Transitioning to Energy Spirituality. Could be a trend worth watching….

Why are many people starting to shift from seeking help from psychics? Shifting towards seeking help from experts in Energy Spirituality.

What’s going on in the world of woo-woo? And why move towards relatively down-to-earth sessions of RES?

Energy Talk? Avoid It

Energy Talk

Energy Talk? Why? You don’t have to be a bodybuilder to successfully speak HUMAN talk.

Energy Talk. It’s here, there, and everywhere. Except, surprise! Energy talk can be bad for you. Find out why, and how you can stoppit.

If you think about it, soon you’ll realize what has crept in. Crept into everyday conversation. Maybe seeming cute. Or trendy.

But potentially dangerous to your peace of mind. Unless you do something about it.

This blog post will introduce you to a solution. Not just a problem.

Ascension Confusion. 7 New Age Misunderstandings

Ascension confusion

    For many New Agers, the pinwheel of Ascension Confusion is starting to spin out of control

Ascension confusion was on abundant display at the Pathways Expo yesterday. Today’s article will bring my perspective, respectfully offered. As I bring to light seven serious Post-New-Age misunderstandings.

Basically, truth has evolved since during the New Age Years. (From 1980-12/21/12.) Now we’re in The Age of Awakening. Post-New Age, we need different understandings.

Significantly different understandings. Compared with what worked during those transitional years. Seems to me, it’s imperative that caring spiritual leaders adjust better to today’s new vibrational freedom.

One alternative  is what I offer in The New Strong. You may find other alternatives, equally good. Today I’ll share the best I know. Countering popular ideas about ascension and more.

Seeking More Clarity about the ENERGY Aspect of Your Personal Presence? Aura Reading Helps.

For a strong personal presence in the Age of Awakening, energy DOES matter

For a strong personal presence in the Age of Awakening, your energy DOES matter

Presence has become a big, juicy, important topic in this Age of Awakening — the era on earth that began on December 21, 2012 and is the topic of my upcoming book, “The New Strong.” (Click here to learn basics about this age, sometimes called “The Age of Aquarius.”)

For every one of us, presence means power. A stronger presence means that we will have more power, and with that the ability to make more money, wield more influence socially, date or marry a mate of a higher caliber than you would rate otherwise.

What if you’re already in a love relationship, and should you already have children? By developing a stronger energy presence, you can shift the balance of power in your life. You won’t have to become a tyrant, either. (Ugh! Which of us would really prefer that sort of energy presence?) Instead think of benefits like:

  • More self-confidence
  • More self-respect
  • More respect from others
  • More likely to speak up for yourself
  • More likely to be heard by others when you do speak up for yourself.

A Dream that Martin Luther King Could Not Imagine

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. has changed my life. How about you?

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. has changed my life. How about you?

I have a dream too. On America’s only national holiday dedicated to a person of faith and visionary social courage, I have a big dream.

It begins with a dream that America will progress rapidly towards accepting the equality of all people in our country. Black lives do matter, and it’s time that some Americans stopped projecting their worst fears onto people with darker skin.

Latino lives matter also, and Asian-American lives, and the lives of Native Americans; biracial lives and white lives — all our lives matter.

A dream can make a person hungry. I am hungry for us to recognize how all of us belong to the ethnic group called “Human.” And then behave accordingly.

This part of my dream, even the hunger, is not unusual. But here comes the part that is.

When Your Boss Is on a Train to Crazyland

Gladys works for a boss on the train to Crazyland. What to do if thats happening to you, too.

Gladys works for a boss on the train to Crazyland. What to do if that’s happening to your boss, too.

Problem-solving happens a lot in RES sessions. Today I helped my client Gladys deal with her boss JOE.

In general, her intention for this research session was “Enjoy my life more.” In particular, she asked me to pull out an energetic hologram from a troubling conversation she had just had with her boss.

What do I need to know when doing this kind of research? (Pulling out energetic holograms is a bit fancier than Stage Three Energetic Literacy — technically it’s Stage Four.) Only this…

What Happened? In Objective Reality, What Really Occurred?

The event was described simply enough. At work yesterday Gladys’s boss began to ask a series of questions. More details were requested than usual, and however Gladys answered this interrogation, more requests kept on coming: Questions answered, then more questions as though Gladys’ answers had been inadequate.

Uusually Joe was picky, but not this picky. Gladys began feeling uneasy.

What I Have Learned Lately as an Enlightenment Coach

Together all of us are bringing truth into this world.

Together all of us are bringing truth into this world.

Gee, we’re  so close to year’s end that I almost named this blog post “What I Learned in 2015 as an Enlightenment Coach.” But there’s plenty more learning left, no doubt. Witness the surge of joy I feel about adding today’s article.

For fun, I’ll use a Q&A format. (BTW, for background you might wish to read the guest post and spirited comments here inspiring today’s post, JEFFREY’s wonderful guest post about God in Disguise)

Isn’t There Really Just One Kind of Enlightenment?

Only if you prefer an answer without nuance.

Which could be a beautiful reason, because why mess with perfection?

One example might be… if your joy and delight make it seem as though there couldn’t possibly be any other kind.

Tossing Certain Ideas about Tidying Up

Oh no, soooo embarrassed!

Oh no, soooo embarrassed!

No need to blush, British readers. In fact I think all you Blog-Buddies will be able to handle today’s article just fine — and without trembling — when I recount the tossing away of my first reaction to Marie Kondo’s method for Tidying Up.

If you don’t get how WILDLY controversial my language about “tossing” is here ;-), just check out yesterday’s blog post, Comment #7.

And definitely, everyone, you can anticipate an inspiring tale of less is more. Specifically I’m going to share some ideas I discarded, and some perspective I gained, on the perennially important art of tidying up.

The author of “The Lifechanging Magic of Tidying Up” is a brilliant inspiration to neat people everywhere. Personally I learned a lot from all the responses to my blog post about the “revolutionary KonMari Method for simplifying, organizing, and storing.”

What is the main thing I learned? And how might this be very useful to you, as well?

Tidying up Just Enough? RES Perspective on Marie Kondo's Bestselling Method

Too much shopping, too much tossing -- can there be problems either way?

Too much shopping, too much tossing — can there be problems either way?

On Black Friday, how many people will be buying “The Lifechanging Magic of Tidying Up” by Marie Kondo?

I wonder, and not just because I have an eye for irony.

“Black Friday” is, of course, a post-post-modern American tradition, where you start Christmas shopping on Thanksgiving Day and go at it full force on the following day (which is always a Friday). Then binge-shop for several more days, merrily scooping up bargains as you go.

This year it is estimated that 135.8 million consumers may shop between Thanksgiving Day and through the weekend until “Cyber Monday” (when the shopping goes online).

What, is one of America’s loveliest holidays — our collective day of gratitude — really becoming the day to go out and shop ’till you drop?”

Gotta love Earth School, right? Because we spiritual idealists might have to weep if we didn’t sometimes remember to laugh.