• Self-Trust: The Magic Of Trusting Yourself

    In spiritual circles, the importance of trust has been drummed into us, as a fundamental practice to encourage ease and flow in life.  I too am an advocate of trusting in the Universal Intelligence.  More recently, however, I have discovered the power of Self-Trust, which I find to be the precursor of trusting in general.  Without self-trust, you can’t really trust in the Universe, life, your spirit guides, or anything else.

    Trusting yourself may be easier than you think.  I’ll show you how in this post.  But first, here are some benefits of practising self-trust:

    Self-trust is a big component
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  • “Accept The Unacceptable”

    Accept the Unacceptable – Amyra Mah, Unusual Wisdom

    I was watching an animated movie about Doctor Strange, the Marvel Comics creation.  It was my first introduction to the character and I was fascinated by the world of sorcery portrayed in the story.  The movie depicts how Dr Stephen Strange, a successful surgeon, who after injuring his hands in an accident finds his way to a monastery in Tibet where he is trained by The Ancient One to be a powerful sorcerer.  Lots of spiritual lessons reflected in the movie, especially in the doctor’s early training when he has to move past the pain of his loss, guilt … Keep reading

  • Why People Are Driven To Destroy Themselves

    One of the themes that often come up when dealing with addictions is the tendency for self-destruction – when the drive to use drugs, alcohol or other compulsive activities renders a person unable to stop that behaviour but to spiral faster and faster into destroying himself.  Why do some people seem to have this need to destroy themselves?  What can they do to break out of this obsessive drive that seems to grip them so powerfully?

    Whether a person is dealing with an obsession with drugs, alcohol, money, sex or food, the nature of this obsession is the same.  The … Keep reading