What We Resist, Persists

“What we resist, persists” This is a commonly mentioned adage/sutra that holds enormous power if we truly understand its full depth. The premise for this sutra is that ironically what we don’t want will continue to appear in our experiences so long as we continue to feed it energy – even if it is ‘not wanting’ it. The concept is, we will perceive/experience what it is we are aligning with or choosing to believe in. So this means if we believe life is hard and we have to struggle to make things happen for us then we will continue to …

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Life is Divine Synchronicity

[Inspired from a paper for my masters program] Everything is Connected If we consider synchronicity to be the intimate connection between our life experiences and the collective unconscious then we will inevitably realize that all of life is ultimately a continuous revelation of synchronicity. Carl Jung offered the world a stunning view into the collective unconscious by doing his best to make the symbolic nature of the unconscious visible to humanity. According to Jung, within the unconscious there are themes, archetypes, and symbols that present themselves to us to guide and align our lives according to that which we resonate …

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Law of Attraction and Our Vibrations

I would like to discuss the concepts of the Law of Attraction and the vibrational beings that we are and the energetic universe that we are a part of. We have discussed before how we are all connected and how scientists can show this now through fields of study such as quantum physics. With that being said, I’d like to elaborate on our connectivity and discuss how we can use that knowledge for our benefit and for our growth. A great understanding of this is from Ask and It Is Given: “You are, even in your physical expression of flesh, …

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Understanding the Power of the Mind

To begin lets think of some questions from observation of life… Why is one man sad and another man happy? Why is one man joyous, successful, and full of love for life and another man poor and miserable? Why is one man fearful and anxious and another full of faith and confidence? Why does one man have a beautiful, luxurious home while another man lives out a meager existence in a slum? Why is one man a great success and another an abject failure? Why is one speaker outstanding and immensely popular and another mediocre and unpopular? Why is one …

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World Peace is Possible

I’d like to start this post off with an amazing speech that was given after learning of the death of Martin Luther King Jr. in 1968 by Robert Kennedy (click on the title if you’d like to listen to it be delivered, Bobby is an inspiring orator) “Mindless Menace of Violence” “This is a time of shame and sorrow. It is not a day for politics. I have saved this one opportunity, my only event of today, to speak briefly to you about the mindless menace of violence in America which again stains our land and every one of our …

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