We all have secrets — the question is what you think is your deepest secret. What does it look like? Is it dark and shameful — the ugliest parts of your personality that only you know about, or is it something bright and beautiful?
Your birthright is a purposeful, healthy inner self. You have probably suffered traumas and been negatively effected by surroundings and events in your life — especially during childhood. But, underneath it all, your true self is healthy.
If you feel that you lack self-respect, work on building up your personal dignity. Personal dignity is a state of being rather than an activity. Here’s a few ways to establish (or bring back) that state of being in your life.
Join in a a sweeping and eye-opening workshop that takes us back to ruptures and upheavals that shook up the world two millennia ago, gleaning lessons from those events then, on how to build a more secure life and a more secure world.
We think we are unbecoming because, when we were children, people told us we were ugly.`Even if our parents told us we were good-looking, our peers took care of making sure we knew it was a lie created by the self-esteem movement.
You would think that the aspiring soul would be seeking to become more awake and aware, to heighten… Read more >
I am so very honored to have the privileged of attending your class. Your thoughts and words really enhance my spirit, and revolutionized my perspective on life. You have taught me about love and pain, about happiness and sadness, and given me the tools to utilize these opposing energies as driving forces in my own life. Your words never fail to enter in my heart and tears always come out. I pray that l will be able to continue using your teaching to guide me in a life of true happiness.