The Challenge of Evil

Evil has always been with us. It’s important to understand what it is and what each of us can do to counter it. . . . → Read More: The Challenge of Evil

Procrastination And Loving Yourself Are Mutually Exclusive

Do you find yourself procrastinating when you have hard or boring stuff to do? Do you then judge yourself for procrastinating? There is a way out of this!

What do you do when you have stuff to do that is hard for you, or stuff that may be really boring to you – like . . . → Read More: Procrastination And Loving Yourself Are Mutually Exclusive

The Terror of Being Disconnected

A few months ago, New Harbinger, a different publisher than the one that published my new book, contacted me to write an Inner Bonding spiritual connection workbook for them. Of course, I was delighted to be doing this and plunged right in to write it during the same time my current book was nearing . . . → Read More: The Terror of Being Disconnected

Instant Healing Of Your Ego Wounded Self? It Doesn’t Exist

Do you think you should be farther along in your healing than you are? Do you get discouraged when dealing with the same issues over and over? You’re not alone!

“How long will it take me to heal?”

“I’ve been practicing Inner Bonding for 6 months now and I still get stuck in my . . . → Read More: Instant Healing Of Your Ego Wounded Self? It Doesn’t Exist

Loving Yourself Heals An Addiction To Anger

Think for a moment about the last time you got angry with someone. At that moment, what was most important to you – getting what you wanted or being caring?

Obviously, at the moment that you get really angry at someone, it is more important to you to get what you want than it . . . → Read More: Loving Yourself Heals An Addiction To Anger

Beyond Addiction to Health, It’s Not About Willpower

Do you say you want to be healthy but continue to turn to various substance addictions? Do you believe that it’s just a matter of will power?

As we all know, many people in our country are suffering from obesity and major health issues. It’s interesting to explore this in terms of intent.

When . . . → Read More: Beyond Addiction to Health, It’s Not About Willpower