• Mysticism Psychology

    Law of Assumption

    The Law of Assumptions deems we experience whatever we assume. Often we believe our assumptions as fact and because we assume this they become fact. See how this works? Notice how others don’t seem…

  • Mysticism Self

    What is Inner Work?

    Most people turn to inner work after a painful life situation or accumulated frustration with their lack of progress in a certain area. In our culture, it is normal to be taught to care…

  • Mysticism Self

    Everyone is You Pushed Out

    When I first heard of this concept it blew me away.  I believe it expands to ‘everything is you pushed out’ or the outer world is a reflection of your consciousness. I had been…

  • Mysticism Psychology

    The Mystic Neville Goddard

    Neville Goddard (1905-1972) was an American Mystic who taught the hidden meaning of scripture during the 1950’s, 60’s & 70’s.  Let me tell you, the spiritual/mystical interpretation is vastly different to the religion we…

  • Relationships Self

    How to Be Your Authentic Self

    Being Our Authentic Self should be the simplest thing in the world to do, but it can be surprisingly difficult.  If being ourselves when we were younger, meant rejection and humiliation, we likely experience…

  • Mysticism Self

    Do you have Basic Trust?

    Basic trust is an innate knowing you can trust the universe.  If you don’t have basic trust in the universe you won’t feel safe.  This is because the less trust we have in the…

  • Self

    Problems of Not Loving the Self

    Does loving the self seems alien, selfish or narcissistic?  If so, I can show you a healthier perspective. I was born with selfish instincts and so were you.  Makes sense then, we were born…

  • Psychology Self

    Erikson’s Psychosocial Stages

    Erikson created this tool in the 1950’s, so it’s probably a little dated, although I can still see some merit and truth in it.  It purely focuses on the nurture element of life experience…

  • Self

    What is Self Validation?

    Self validation is vital for inner stability and self understanding.  Seeking validation from others is a bit like standing on jelly, particularly if the people you are seeking validation from are not connected to…