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Healing can be violent

From the beginning of this entire Corona virus fiasco, I’ve been writing & sharing my viewpoints & some inner feelings of the kinds of things I’ve been going through & working on. Part of that sharing has been this idea of how the virus & quarantine has been a...

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Spiritual bypassing

Anger is healthy & an integral part of healing ... never let anyone tell you otherwise. I’m not a member of AA, nor am I a practicing Buddhist, so take what I’m saying with a grain of salt. It’s often relayed to me by clients that some of these teachings tend to shame...

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Deep healing

To heal things deeply, you need to get into the darker, uncomfortable aspects of yourself, that people seldom want to look at, speak about & feel. Years ago, during some intense periods of deep healing in my life, I used to visualize this process as if I was an...

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The Razor’s Edge

Our lives are a byproduct of everything we say yes & no to. This is one of the bigger premise I consistently have on my mind. It keeps me accountable to the things I’m committed to creating & the kind of man I’m working on becoming. It “burns” or gnaws at me every...

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It’s not your fault

By definition, trauma on any level & under any circumstance is not your fault; otherwise, it wouldn’t be trauma. Regardless of how you feel you might have contributed to causing whatever happened to you, I want you to know that it wasn’t your fault, at, all. In order...

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Heartbreak Lake

This culture has been guilty of avoiding feelings of sadness, grief & heartbreak ... I don’t feel people find much value in them & they’re terrified to find out. These feelings have fallen down the list past the more popular ones of ambition, motivation, hard work &...

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Uncertainty

Having a relationship with uncertainty & not knowing is vital for personal growth & development. For me, it was a valuable lesson to learn to be able to say that I didn’t know the answer to something; it just didn’t dawn on me that I could say I didn’t know. It was...

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Big Difference

Don't be kind to people who are being a dick to you, be cordial - big difference. Always be appropriate to the specific situation. No thing, including kindness or loyalty, is always good or bad - always be appropriate to whatever the situation calls for.

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Surrender

One way that I’m personally surrendering, is with being more public, especially when it comes to doing things on camera & with video like the kind you see above. One reason why I’ve been hesitant is that it doesn’t represent the “magic” that my clients & I experience...

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Rising above it

Without going into details about the Corona virus & how I feel this thing has been mishandled, I’ll cut straight to the anger it brought up in me & how in order to rise above the bullshit that goes on in life, you can’t bypass the anger, you must go through it. . For...

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Thank you!

It was my 48th birthday yesterday & I feel fantastic. Soapbox: I fought like hell to feel this way & I always will. You’re not entitled to feel “good”; you have to earn it daily. It’s a mentality more than it is anything else. I believe people have to be taught how to...

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Integration

Get ready for the integration period, they tend to be bumpy rides. When your awareness is raised about something, it makes it easier to spot & navigate ... & this process navigating back to our regularly scheduled programming life is no different. By now, everyone is...

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Inner Doctor

An aspect I’m appreciating tracking during this quarantine time are some of our cultural issues that are surfacing. I’m not going to go into the specifics about the media, the government or the medical profession, but none of these facets of life I just mentioned,...

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48

I’m turning 48 this Wednesday, May 13th & I am thinking deeply about the kind of guy that I am & the man I’m working on becoming. For those who know me well, these times of contemplation are nothing new, however every once in awhile, it’s next level & this is one of...

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A return to innocence

For many years, probably when I was about 29 or 30 & having just started on this path of healing with my old teacher, I always thought to myself that this work was about returning to a sense innocence & purity. I envisioned this healing was about removing all the...

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The truth will set you free

But first it will piss you off - I think it’s Gloria Steinem who first said that. It becoming more & more clear to me that this Corona virus is not what “they” said it is. Sure it’s something, but it’s nowhere near the hype & fear of what’s been marketed. For some...

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Abstract Health

For me, healing is a creative & sometimes abstract subject that somehow makes sense to me, even though it’s not a linear subject; meaning, health is not necessarily measured by just what we see or how we feel - It takes many factors into account. I probably look at it...

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Healers Journey

We’ve heard the terminology used so many times that it seems cliche; it might be, but that doesn’t make it any less true. I’m definitely someone who’s on a healers journey - I can’t stop searching or being a seeker to healing aspects about myself that could improve...

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Blind Loyalty

Anyone in their area of expertise has the ability to take vast amounts of information, agendas & cultural biases & then decide for themselves what they feel the truth is or the best course of action to take for a given situation. For instance, as a Chiropractor by...

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Pandemic Intention

When the pandemic first began, I started writing & sharing how it poked at some old trauma, pain & fear about my past. Then it morphed into sharing about all kinds of subjects that included utilizing this sacred time to dig deep & do some serious introspection about...

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