This interview describes a case study in which an individual experienced themselves as not having enough time to walk their…
Despite carrying on with our day to day lives, sometimes we still experience conflicts and recurring patterns within us that we don't seem to be able to stop. These inner conflicts remain with us like background noise that isn't intrusive enough to distract us from daily living, but is disruptive enough to keep us occupied in our minds through emotions, thoughts, and reactions to ourselves or others in our world.
What is the difference between mind sound and life sound? Is the self-forgiveness that we do quietly within ourselves the same sound as when we speak self-forgiveness out loud? Discover the reasons why life and living sound differs from mind sound, and how that difference can be seen and experienced interdimensionally. What is the hidden key within living sound that we have been missing when it comes to actual self creation in the physical?
Abandoned, abandonment, abandoning. In one form or another we can all relate to this word, either in brief moments where we react to something we see or hear, or abandonment has been a deeper, personal challenge we have been living with.
What is the past, present, and future of the weather in our world? Will we be facing the end of times here on earth or is there more that must be considered and understood in terms of the many seemingly rapid and intense changes in weather we have been experiencing? To what extent has humanity played a role in unbalancing the delicate order of nature and weather?
Queen Victoria of 1800s Great Britain shares how even to this day humanity seems to have an inherent nature of evil, spitefulness, and separation. How do we justify ganging up on those we react to and judge, and what is the real cost of our self-righteousness? How do the illnesses we breed within our minds as spiteful and damning thoughts manifest into physical illnesses in our bodies over time? Discover the answers to these questions and more in this interview.
What are the consequences you face in the hereafter if you decide to end your life and allow an emotional breakdown to forever define you?
We often feel victimized when looking at the various ways others have hurt us or done us harm through their words, deeds, or even just their general expression when around us. But rarely do we see or even admit to our equal responsibility in how we do the very same to others. Can we truly say we have forgiven ourselves or others if we still hold on to grudges and still react toward them with a sense of victimization and blame?
Why do we judge holidays and celebrations based on knowledge and information we have about that particular holiday or the circumstances around it - and lose sight of who people are and why they have their own personal relationships with how they celebrate / participate in holidays? Could there be more to celebrations and holidays than what we judge on the surface? Discover who you are within the holidays and celebrations we sometimes judge and resist.
When working with a friend and colleague, sometimes we run into reactions and conflicts that can get in the way of the work being done as well as the quality of the friendship going forward. Discover in this interview how can we assist and support ourselves in those moments when the reactions come so that we not only work through our reactions effectively, but begin to turn those moments of conflict into opportunities of support and expansion.