わたしのチイサナココロ is a short documentary following the steps of one woman’s journey along the...
Artist Gao Youjun, who goes by Tango, has created a brilliant set of drawings for your viewing pleasure. If...
This weekend I traveled to Nanaimo, British Columbia to attend the Science & Spirituality Conference. There were hundreds of...
The heart transgresses any rational logic. For months I would wake, loathing to face another lonely day of solitude. Each passing with no sight of a potential partner started to truly take a toll on me. While I may have passed several potential suitors each week, my original expectations... Read more
When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, “Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.” To this day, especially in times of “disaster,” I remember my mother’s words and I am always... Read more
A quite desperation leads me to decisions I probably shouldn’t be making. I’m overpowered by this desire plagues me.If only I was in a different state of mind. I’m so withdrawn from reality. My mind bends reality to justify my choices in the most peculiar fashion. It devises elaborate... Read more
In hopes of obtaining more wisdom on the subject of love, I struck up a casual conversation with my pastor. Below is how the conversation transpired. Me: After all year these years of counseling troubled married couples, what are some practical insights you might be able to pass onto... Read more
Do you ever find yourself re-writing history? According to science, when it comes to memory retrieval, the precise details of the event that actually took place in our mind’s eye are never 100% accurate. It turns out after all that I’m not the only one out there whole lies... Read more
Elizabeth Gilbert is quite expressive when it comes to attraction and love. Let this author of Eat Pray Love give you an expanded degree of understanding when it comes to sex, love and relationships today. Her perfectly selected words beautifully communicate many of our very own thoughts about love,... Read more
It’s easy to talk about self-care and self-love when you aren’t in a relationship. It’s also tremendously easy to pass on brilliant words of wisdom to others who are in relationships that from all outside appearances lack any healthy boundaries. We tell our friends to just walk away when... Read more
Having recently gone through a breakup of my own, I can absolutely attest to the mad rollercoaster of emotions and unhealthy attachments that rear their ugly heads following the dreaded day. When you have visualized yourself being so intimately and indefinitely connected with someone one day, and then having... Read more
Since I was a teenager I have been carrying tension in my solar plexus. I never thought too much about it, but over the years I just self diagnosed it as normal body tension, to keep the body upright and the spine partially supported. Keep in mind that I... Read more
The results of conflict and emotional turmoil can bring up some intense feelings — maybe depression or aggression, maybe a deep yearning of love or potentially shock, maybe all you are feeling right now is blindsided confusion. During this challenging time, I urge you to pick up a new... Read more
It’s rather incredible how often the subject of forgiveness is written about. No matter whether you are reading about forgiveness through holy scripture, or a simple blog post, the message is always the same: Forgive what ever it is that you are holding uneasy feelings towards immediately! For those... Read more
Last week I finished reading a wonderful book called “The 5 Love Languages – The Secret To Love That Lasts”. The main thesis of the book states that we all give and receive love through 5 different ways: Words of Affirmation, Acts of Service, Receiving Gifts, Quality Time, and... Read more