Articles

“We have met the enemy, and he is us”

I have written about the commonalities between the rigid defensive attitudes (aka stubbornly held protective attitudes) we take on and the personas (aka adopted identities) we take on before. And now, over the past year, in every case, I've noticed perhaps the most...

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Recognizing and Dispensing with Problematic “Solutions”

One of the magical secrets of Therapeutic Spiritual Counseling: Instead of trying to find some kind of “solution” for that condition, address what that condition is intended to serve as a solution to for you. Your chronic conditions persist because they are intended...

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My Mission (from the introduction to my book)

From the introduction to my forthcoming book, "Realizing Greater Expression of Self through the Recognition, Acceptance, and Application of the Natural Laws of Therapeutic Spiritual Counseling": There is a nature preserve that I have always enjoyed walking through....

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An Amazing Technique: Spiritual Digestion

In sessions guided by me or any of the practitioners I’ve mentored, this technique works perfectly to resolve any chronic unwanted feeling. My participants, having experienced it through my guidance, learn to apply this on their own, with at least partial, if not...

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Tearing Down our Walls, to Become Whole Again

Past, present, and future are all actually "nows", and if we aren't too busy denying or resisting it, all of our connections are always part of us. We construct walls in our minds for separation from things that are unpleasant, things that seem to conflict with our...

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Resolving a Stubbornly Held Protective Attitude (SHPA)

The Stubbornly Held Protective Attitude, often observable in others and yourself expresses an energy that deflects and closes the door on connecting with and permeating something. It is a resistance to something, expressed essentially as: “I want no part of that”...

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The Ultimate Barrier

Over the course of my life and work, I’ve come to see how we hold ourselves down, that something in us can withhold permission to have our dreams come true, to be too big, too powerful, to fly too high. There’s a part of us that says that we are undeserving, or...

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