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This post was originally featured on the award winning Spiritual Media Blog by Matt Welsh. Thank you Matt for sharing my work with the world and the beautiful platform you have built for self-development and spirituality. How did you come up with the core theme of your book that enlightenment is easy?After being healed by a Reiki […]Continue reading
The Self-Healing Project is a place for you to remember your story of self healing and honor it. It is a place for you to share your story with me, and if you choose, with others. By participating in the Self-Healing Project, you contribute to someone else’s healing. There is somebody out there now who is experiencing […]Continue reading
After helping his father at the farm, little Dylan walks into his mother’s kitchen and plops on to the wood bench. His mother offers him a fresh glass of milk for his afternoon labor. As he turns to take the cup, his toddler brother knocks it out of his hand, spilling the milk across the […]Continue reading
Over ten years ago I visited the Victoria and Albert Museum in London for the first time. As I entered the great halls, a plaque below an unspectacular statue stopped me in my tracks. It read:Bodhisattvas…those who commits to the path of enlightenment for the sake of others. Out of nowhere, a voice in my head […]Continue reading
Yesterday morning my partner and I drove halfway across Germany for a birthday-anniversary weekend shindig. The host Thomas had turned 60 and he and his wife Greta were also celebrating their 10 year wedding anniversary. We had arrived at their home just in time for afternoon coffee and cake, a beloved German ritual. I am not […]Continue reading
The Easy Way to Enlightenment starts with something that you and I often think:Enlightenment is hard work. Only a few are capable of attaining true enlightenment. Enlightenment is something you can only achieve by sitting alone in meditation for months on end until, one day, suddenly you understand the meaning of life.But is that true? Let’s try […]Continue reading