Tag: divine consciousness

reclaim a sense of hope with spiritual counseling & coaching

Life Flows Between Hope and Despair

These certainly are challenging and contradictory times. On one hand, we witness the disheartening reality of climate change, social violence and injustice, racial and gender inequality, political corruption, wealth disparity, and an escalating disregard for life. On the other, profound shifts in ideas, perspectives, and awareness are shaping up a higher paradigm teeming with possibilities. The world is ego, and…

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Discover Your Own Hidden Knowledge

Cyber technology and an ever-strong attachment to the physical senses (of collective ego) have allowed information and misinformation to plague our fast-paced world, so much so that it’s becoming increasingly difficult to discern between the two. Clearly, this is not new, since the ego maintains control by making things fuzzy, but the internet and social media are adding fuel to…

Nurture self-love with spiritual counseling & coaching

The Love You Yearn For Is Self-Love

We’re all looking for love, because love feeds our soul. Whether it’s romantic relationships or the relationships with family or friends, love is the driving force that motivates you to engage and interact with others; it’s also the fuel behind your goals, work, and projects, and all the things you do to make life more interesting or exciting. Love prompts…

learn to be happy with spiritual counseling & coaching

What Does It Take To Be Happy?

Let me ask you, are you happy? If not, do you know what would make you happy? You can probably observe there are both positive and negative things in yourself and your life, but did you ever imagine it would be the way it is when you were younger? And more importantly, what expectations of your future self do you…

discover the power of forgiveness with spiritual counseling coaching

Unleash the Power of Forgiveness

Were you taught while growing up to say you were sorry or ask for forgiveness if you did something wrong? Or perhaps you were told to simply ‘forgive and forget’ if someone else did something that offended or hurt you. To be honest, when I was younger forgiving felt more like an obligation than an authentic impulse, but as I’ve…