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The Hero’s Journey

Saturday, 08, March , 2014 by

Have you ever felt stuck in life? You wake up one day and everything that was okay yesterday is not okay today. Maybe you hate your job or your partner or your kids? Maybe you had a great boss who got let go and the new one sucks? Maybe your significant other is not being

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What is Dead Can Never Die

Saturday, 01, February , 2014 by

Since my enlightenment, I can’t seem to stop writing like this. I suppose that’s fine. Perhaps, it is useful to someone. I have no idea really and I no longer care if it is. If my spiritual writings disappear into the darkness of the net and are never seen by anyone that is fine. My

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It’s right there in front of you hidden in plain sight. Everything you ever wanted to know. What am I supposed to do? What is the meaning of life? Why am I here? What am I supposed to be doing? It’s been right there in front of you all along. It’s quite ridiculous actually but

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Most of the suffering people experience is completely and totally unnecessary. If I told you, you could be free of 90% of your suffering, would you listen? Does it seem impossible? It isn’t. You see most of your pain is self-inflicted. There is real pain in this life, the pain of disease and death, but

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What is your problem now? This is one of my favorite questions from The Power of Now and it’s the key to minimizing your pain and suffering in life. So how can a simple phrase change how much you hurt? Let’s take a closer look to see. How you read that first sentence makes all

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I went with a friend to a local spa called Float that has sensory deprivation tanks. These tanks screen out all sound and visual stimulation and that’s when amazing starts to happen. You float on salt water inside them, drifting gently with your thoughts but as time stretches out, you begin to lose track of

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It turns out that when things get really, really cold, strange and wonderful things start to happen. Take superconductors, which allow electricity to pass through them with zero resistance, opening up all kinds of incredible possibilities for powering our world with only a fraction of the current power we use. I saw an astonishing demonstration

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When you’re reincarnated you don’t come back. At first that may seem paradoxical, but it’s not. Reincarnation exists, but the popular perception of it is flawed. The problem is how you think about “you?” Who are you? Are you your job, your children, your relationship, your thoughts, your ideas, your feelings, your khakis? The part

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So maybe you’ve wondered what God is actually like?  Perhaps you’ve grown up with stories handed down from generation to generation about the nature of God?  I say God is not hard to find, It’s right in front of you, all the time.  You just have to look anywhere really.  Look at your hands or

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How I Predicted the Breaking Bad Ending

Tuesday, 01, October , 2013 by

Sometimes being a writer can ruin stories for you because you can see endings coming a mile away. Unfortunately, I sometimes forget this is not the case for my friends and I totally killed the Breaking Bad ending for a few folks by predicting every beat. Some people think it’s a magical power or that

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Learning to Say No

Tuesday, 10, September , 2013 by

So, you say you don’t have enough time to do the things that you want to do. In fact what you’ve done is filled your life with meaningless shit. I know. I’ve done it myself. A lot. The problem is most of the things you’ve taken on just aren’t that important. They rob you of

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The Pain of Art

Thursday, 05, September , 2013 by

Artists feel pain differently. We’re not like other people. Sometimes when I’m out with friends, the slightest insult might wound me deeply. Inside I know it’s ridiculous, there’s nothing wrong, but at the emotional level I’m suffering. And I can’t get over it. Of course, I hide it incredibly well. Much of life is just

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