Accountability

I cannot bring myself to make fault for anyone who lacks accountability in my perception. Indeed, that would make myself a servant to illusions of fault and thereby unaccountable to the state of innocence that I know to be true....

No Fault

In my view, nobody is ever at fault. That’s why I’m invulnerable to victim mentality and abusiveness in my relationships. I notice that when my mind is not preoccupied with who’s at fault, who might be at fault, or trying to defend myself against fault, I can perceive what’s really coming up to be...

Evolution

I don’t need to try and evolve myself or anyone else…thank The Lord! I’ve discovered that I remain unchanged while evolution of myself and everything else in the world happens on its own… And when I’m not trying to rush the natural process of evolution…it still happens…just with more love shared between myself and...

Attack on Joy

Recently a friend told me that I can be as joyful as I am for a very long time. She wasn’t giving me a compliment. She was trying to teach me that being joyful is great, but that it’s not going to help me “evolve” toward “instant manifestation”…which is what the world really needs...

Blame

I don’t need to defend myself when someone seems to be blaming me. To me, blame is like an explosion of repressed judgment. It’s a delusional yet innocent attempt to divert the mind’s self attacks by attacking another self. My part is only to hold a space of blamelessness for everyone affected by the...

True Perception

My perception can never be wrong. It’s custom-made just for me…and when I’m not trying to deny my perception or change it…I can also perceive possibilities for self expression that inspire more pleasure and joy for myself and for this world. For instance, if I’m perceiving people to be disrespectful, rude or disparaging to...

Family Relationships

I’ve noticed that the mind tends to underestimate the power of harmonious relationships. It seeks to change the world by corralling others into agreement with its own belief system instead. Such a caring and innocent attempt to make peace for self and others, but it just doesn’t work that way… Peace begins with acceptance...

Disrespectful Kids & Teens

When it comes to kids and teenagers, I’ve observed that their disrespectful behavior is a cry for acceptance. Parents are generally conditioned to hold shame for their children when they do things the parent thinks they shouldn’t, and in most parent/child relationships that I’ve observed, the parent doesn’t even recognize that they are holding...

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