Intellectualization

If I think someone is too intellectual, it’s because I’ve been intellectualizing their words instead of allowing myself to feel the heart resonance of what they mean to share with me....

Respect

If I find myself giving respect so that I can get respect in return, I’m not being respectful to the one spirit that dwells within all beings....

Resolved

Day and night, and even in my dreams, there’s this pervading sense that everything has already been resolved in favor of love. …and that for myself, my part is simple…experience whatever appears in my perception, and let it be....

Leadership

I’ve discovered that leadership has nothing to do with getting other people to behave a certain way or telling anyone else what to do. For me, leadership is about living in alignment with my values even when the world presents convincing reasons why I should diminish my values so that I can fit in....

Perception

How other people perceive me isn’t nearly as important to me as my perception of them. If I can’t appreciate someone, I’m carrying something I don’t need, and through trusting in God’s love, I’m shown how to unload the burden so that I can immediately be reborn in the Kingdom of Heaven....

Manipulation

How foolish it feels to try and change how another person expresses in the world. If the way a person acts or speaks doesn’t appeal to me, naturally, I am being guided toward experiencing more words and actions that do appeal to me..unless I get stuck trying to manipulate this “change” for myself....

Gift of Listening

I don’t particularly like ruffling anyone’s ego or embarrassing myself. But this powerful allegiance to truth burns in me and makes me wiling to expose the illusions that play in the mind, just as spirit beckons me to do so. It takes a lot of trust to live out my calling in the manner...

Impeccability

For a time, I thought that the spiritual concept “be impeccable with your words” meant that I needed to manage my own words as well as correct the words being used by others. Whew! What a burden that was… And what a clever escape from putting my attention on what was really coming up...

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