Is it normal?

It’s a common trope these days.  Without local community, with families spread apart geographically, schools over crowded, and our society becoming ‘global’ and electronically ‘social’ it is hard to find any standards for behavior other than what is presented in the ubiquitous an overwhelming advertising we are subjected to each minute. …

Don’t Sweat…

Know that saying ‘Don’t sweat the small stuff. It’s all small stuff.’  Well, yes.  In the end, unless you’re a Marvel comic’s super hero or a brain surgeon or a rocket scientist, it’s all small stuff.  So don’t sweat it.  But do pay attention to it. …

Sex & the Akashics: The Myths of Savant

When we see athletes, talk about athletes, or watch them perform on TV, we are constantly reminded not only of their raw talent, but of the hard work that they put in to become the amazing performer that they are.  And even then there is no guarantee that on the day they will be able to accomplish what they hope for. …

Got Soul Book?

Language is a funny thing.  And English a laugh riot.  Or as the saying goes “English doesn’t borrow from other languages.  English follows other languages down dark alleys, knocks them over, and goes through their pockets for loose grammar.”  So when I and others talk about the Akashics, like everyone else who uses language, we pick the words and phrases that best get our point across most quickly and succinctly. …

Postcards from your Guides

I have met quite a few channels or mediums, if you prefer, helping people to receive direct communication from their guides, angels, teachers, ascended masters, Uncle Phil, etc, etc.  And I have met quite a few students who have worked with teachers that are attempting to spread the knowledge of how to do this out into the world. …

Receptive-Passive, Active-Controlling

When working with the Akashics people get confused about how to act or not act and what all of this means.  In this world where everything is expressed or perceived in opposites and absolutes it can be difficult to understand interconnectivity and how to participate in an experience in an interactive way. …

Dealing with Fear

I sometimes wonder what our culture would look like if we didn’t have the heroic ideal as the role model for how we should deal with problems or fears.  If we didn’t have all the rhetoric around standing your ground, facing your fears head on, working through the pain, going on no matter what the cost, what would our lives look like? …