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The New Mind

Art by Maria Chambers

The most challenging aspect of Embodied Enlightenment, of allowing spirit to reside in our bodies and our lives, is the mind.  Our relationship with our mind has been, for the most part, a relationship based on survival.    Not so much on joy. Continue reading


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Say Goodbye to Guilt

Art by Maria Chambers

We can’t take the emotion of guilt with us into the new energy, into our embodied enlightenment.  That emotion has had its day.  It serves no one, especially ourselves.  But it’s seductive.  It loves trying to pull us in and make us feel responsible for others.  And of course then we see that emotion reflected back to us by others in our life.  Some of them love to make us feel guilty, to make us responsible for their unhappiness, or for their joy.   Continue reading


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Women As Ascended Masters

Art by a Maria Chambers

It is true that as our soul, we are genderless, but I find it interesting that most of the Ascended Masters I have heard of have been men.  One could argue that history, in this case spiritual history, had a way of not recognizing the achievements of the female of our species.  But I suspect that’s not the case here.

So, female Ascended Masters. Mother Theresa doesn’t count.  She never got past playing the martyr.  Yeshua played the martyr at the end there…but then he transcended it when he recognized that playing martyr gets you nowhere. Continue reading


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The Old Story

Like most people I enjoy being entertained. Between Netflix and Amazon I have access to thousands of tv shows and movies. So you would think my queue would be overloaded with stuff waiting to be watched.

Art by Maria Chambers

But, sadly, I am running dry on things that really capture my interest. Sure, there are shows and movies out there brilliantly acted with outstanding production value.

But as far as new ideas, new stories, not much there. Instead it’s the same old hackneyed stuff, just repackaged.

But then, isn’t it said that art imitates life? Continue reading