Browsing All posts tagged under »a course in miracles«

“If you had the chance to change your fate, would you?“

July 17, 2012

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I saw Brave (in 3D!) last night – very impressed. If you watch the trailer, the main character Merida will tell you that this is a movie about changing one’s fate. *** spoiler alert – do not keep reading if you don’t want any spoilage! *** Indeed Merida does change her fate, not by spells […]

How Can I Trust My Heart?

April 25, 2012

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Is the heart truly trustworthy? Oh how I yearn to follow my heart but can I trust it, really trust it? This is the most pertinent question in my life right now. There is some confusion, in me and in you too, about what it means to follow the heart. Instinctual compulsions, lust, and much […]

A Course of Love – The Way of the Heart

April 18, 2012

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My copy just got in yesterday and I’m eager to share. The entire text of A Course of Love is available online but this stunningly beautiful foreword from the second edition has not yet been posted. (Foreword from the Second Edition of “A Course of Love“) A Course of Love is an invitation to “share […]

Why am I Still Here?

March 31, 2012

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So after kind of bashing the legitimacy of spiritual seeking online, I’m still here and planning to write about spiritual topics. And Myers-Briggs. But why? Why bother? Why does anyone blog? 1) Because I do viscerally feel connected with people online.  My feelings about blogging – my blogs and other people’s – are real to […]

The Gift of Being Wrong

March 23, 2012

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Every since I watched Kathryn Schulz’s brilliant TED talk on being wrong, I’ve wanted to post something here about the incredible pleasure that can arise from being wrong. Here’s my opinion in a nutshell: Being wrong is one of the most liberating experiences. I actually adapted a lesson from A Course in Miracles about being […]

Peace vs. Complacency

March 23, 2012

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Q: Do we need conflict to exist? A: Our identity as we know it is actually based in conflict. On the most basic level, we know what we are by exclusion, by defining what we are not. So existence in the fundamentally egoic sense is based on the notion of separation. Q: Can’t you have […]

3 Lessons that will Change the World

February 26, 2012

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My husband Daniel has this twinkle in his eye like he’s on to something. “What do we teach?” he asks me. I’m confused, “Information?” I ask. When he repeats the question, “What is the one thing we teach?” I ask if he means the message. Yes, he asks “What is the core content of anything […]