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Sometimes being good is very, very bad. In fact, trying to be "good" can often mean that we are self-sabotaging, self-negating, and may even be harming others.
That and more is what is being exposed in the book, being released on August 8th from Llewellyn Publishing, entitled, "Letting Go of Good: Dispel the Myth of Goodness to Find Your Genuine Self." With a Foreword by Thomas Moore, bestselling author of Care of the Soul, and endorsements from Caroline Myss, Dr. Larry…Continue
For years now we have heard, from many of our most prodigious spiritual leaders, that fear and love cannot occupy the same space, for fear is not love and love casts out fear. Therefore, many of have spent those years trying desperately to rid themselves of fear, thinking that that act will somehow cleanse them to be the true spiritual beings that they are.
I know it will feel like sacrilege, but what if it isn’t true? What if it is not true that we should get rid of our fear in…Continue
For centuries now our spiritual teachers have been teaching us that anger is a bad emotion. Most commonly today we are taught that anger has physical, emotional and psychological consequences that none of us want. Anger, according to these teachings, makes us say and do things we regret. It makes us feel so-called “negative feelings” and think so-called “negative thoughts,” which if extended to the most popular version of the Law of Attraction, will bring us “negative” life…Continue
Our earliest and most archetypal thinking regarding the nature of humanity combined suffering with evil so profoundly that we still believe on a deep unconscious level that they belong together. From a dualistic perspective what this means is that we often still hold an archetypal belief that we suffer because a) we…Continue