Unconditional Love Is Not Enabling

2015-04_Alaskan Sunset

There is so much talk these days about the need to practice unconditional love, and for good reason. Our world is full of polarities that foster war, hunger, disease, loneliness, depression, and the list goes on. We live our lives with an unspoken agreement that we are separate from others, and from the natural environment. This misunderstanding breeds judgments within us and toward others. Without a doubt, the world is in need of our practicing unconditional love more than ever.But what … [Read more...]

Freedom From Habits and Addictions

2015-03_Freedom from Habits and Addictions - Monet Gardens

Let's explore the distinction between a habit and an addiction. As we all know, our lives seem to be woven together through a series of thoughts and actions that eventually become habits. Some of these patterns that become ingrained into our daily lifestyle clearly serve us in healthy and productive ways, like brushing our teeth and bathing daily, while others take us down a path of frustration, depression and dis-ease. Some habits may seem incredibly difficult to break, but given enough … [Read more...]

Cultivating Inner Peace

(c) Carl Studna

Given the tragic events this past week related to the Boston Marathon coupled with the escalation of random shootings over the past several years, combined with the terrorist attacks of 9/11, we as a society are being faced more consistently with painful, life-threatening situations that provoke deep sadness, fear, and often a sense of helplessness.Perhaps these trying times are an act of evolution calling us to go deeper in our need to reevaluate our current local and world conditions and … [Read more...]


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