I've heard Darwin's theory of evolution described as one of the most dangerous ideas in human history--the idea that a single individual needs to fight against all others for its sole survival. That's the problem with our Western culture today. Instead, thinkers who pre-dated Darwin suggested … [Read more...] about Survival of the Fittest Group
Do you see the universe as full of abundance, beneficent, good to you? Or do you see the universe as lacking, mean and not caring about you? However you see the universe is how you are creating your own life. Those thoughts that you think every moment are becoming what you will experience in the … [Read more...] about How Do You View the Universe?
In some sense, every fear we have is simply a dislike of ours. If we just dislike strawberry ice cream, that seems innocent enough. We aren't afraid that someone will make us eat strawberry ice cream ( at least I hope not). But if we have a fear of losing our home, it's basically this … [Read more...] about Overcoming Fear: Setting Aside What We Dislike
Some time ago, a young client called me whose company I have been helping to grow over the last 18 months. Their growth has been spectacular and it looks like they will be bought by a much bigger company—a dream of his we have been working on. He wanted advice about how to remain focused and “shake … [Read more...] about Using Totems to Create Reality
Time as we think of it, always marching forward, doesn't exist. Here's why: Number one, there are cultures in the world, which don't use time, because it's not conditioned into them, Brazil's Piraha Tribe. Also animals don't sense time, they sense the cycles of the day. Third, in physics, time … [Read more...] about Time As We Think of It, Isn’t
The story of the Egyptian gods Isis and Osiris teaches us how to remember ourselves. As they ruled the world, Osiris’ jealous cousin Set murdered Osiris and scattered his body part along the Nile so that he could not be embalmed. Isis, Osiris’ wife, turned herself into a bird and flew over the … [Read more...] about Remembering Ourselves