Negative Self Talk: The Inner Dialogue

Is your inner talk show host a bully, critic, heckler, naysayer, worrier, doom monger, hysteric? What’s playing in that pretty head of yours? One of the inconvenient effects of enlightenment was the ability to perceive the inner dialogues of people around me. This made the world suddenly a much more violent, cruel and aggressive place. …

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Get a Grip: Life, Sex and Relationships After Kundalini Awakening

Reader Question: I really seem to attract men. But if I get intimate with them, some difficulties start to arise. I’m trying to see someone, but I’m a bit confused. Is it possible, that some kind of high frequency of mine could cause impotence in men? To be precise, they get “it” up, but cannot …

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The Power of No

The holidays are a wonderful time to embrace the potency of saying no. As I write this we’re putting a wrap on November and heading into the frenzy of winter holidays, American Style. Just insert yourself into your favorite Hieronymus Bosch painting, dole out a few Santa hats and candy canes and that’s pretty much …

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The Neurological Effects of Being Ultra Sensory

Learning how to live Ultra Sensory takes some effort and finesse. The need for awareness and mastery with things like boundaries, recognizing what does not belong to you yet is in your space, processing energy through your body and grounding are crucial to staying healthy. 

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How to manage being overwhelmed by thought loops

What to do when you go from one thought loop to another? How to deal with the sheer number of these programs? One of the Peerless Series participants reported noticing just how much of her day was spent caught in one thought loop or another. Now that she is learning to spot them, their frequency …

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Learn to navigate your mind intentionally

How to interrupt thought loops and take control over your own mind. Still want to stay in Default Mode or are you ready for an upgrade? You can run on default or you can actually learn how your mind works and how to work your mind. You need a map, you need some tools and it's great if you can also get some encouragement.

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Developing Agency: becoming someone you can trust

One of the ways we give up authorship and sovereignty is by not being internally trustworthy. What happens when you make a decision to do something or refrain from doing something, and you don’t follow through on that decision? Each time you do this, you are weakening your sovereignty, which can be thought of as …

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Will enlightenment make you happy?

Enlightenment does not happen to improve life. To an unenlightened person who is inclined toward happiness, life can be glorious. To those who suffer a great deal with d****ssion or people who tend toward negative emotions or feelings of low esteem or loneliness or persistent feelings of lack, for those people enlightenment might “improve” their …

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Checking in or checking out?

How to jump back in the petri dish of humankind. Like many people who wake up, I went through many phases of working within this utterly unfamiliar level of consciousness. Some phases turn out not to be phases so much as trajectories that last either a very long time or for the rest of your life.

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