Everyone Has a Bad Day

Having a good day? Or maybe it’s a bad one? What constitutes the difference? A rainy day doesn’t have to be a bad day. A wet one, sure. But bad? Not necessarily. Same with good days. Those might be defined as the days we got a lot done. Or...

Why Faking It Sells Us Short

There are those who are so fixated on pretending everything is alright in the world that admitting spiritual social justice issues exist offends their sensibilities. One of the biggest “panties in a bunch” issue in New Thought centers is this overwhelming need to re-write the song, “Let There Be...

Must Change Take Time?

Change—the only constant in the universe. Some find that one of the most annoying paradoxes. But does all change take time? It all depends on what the change is, doesn’t it? Or in many cases, who is requiring the change. If a change means a problem is solved, convenience...

Friends and Acquaintances

NPR had a discussion this morning on their “1A” program about friends during the pandemic. This is not a regurgitation of those thoughts, but others by which I’ve lived over the past years. I hope, if you are missing friends or loved ones, you’ll find it comforting or helpful....

Should We Be Specific in Prayer?

Let’s cut to the chase with the short answer: Maybe My feelings and practice about this question have changed over the years, and in particular, over this past twelve months. Whether we use spiritual mind treatment or traditional prayers, the approach is the same. Being Specific Mind maps have...

Seriously, Universe?!?

Where do you find your guidance? We might engage in prayer treatment or meditation expecting divine direction. If that’s what we genuinely believe on a deep emotional level it must occur. The conduit, however, sometimes surprises us. One therapist worked with a client for over a year on a...

Is Age Just a Number?

Are you one of those people who tell the truth no matter what? I once read this is usually a quality only found in young children and older adults. The kids don’t know any better. And, as we age, the older we get the less we care about what...

Give It … or Lose It?

I’m thinking about love and forgiveness today. Those two get tangled up quite a bit. Clients tell me, “I just can’t forgive him. He doesn’t deserve it.” I tell them, “Perhaps not, but you do.” The longer we refuse to forgive someone the stronger those psychic ties become. Often,...

Are You Self-ish or Self-full?

I don’t think I know anyone who revels in being called selfish. I certainly don’t. Sadly, as soon as we begin to exercise our own desires, often around two or three years old, we find adults telling us we can’t have what we want. Worse yet, we may be...

Alone In a Crowd

Have you noticed how many people have serious issues? Like my grandfather used to say, “Be reasonable. Do it my way!” We both know we have a few issues ourselves, though perhaps not as many as we might have had in the past. But no matter how spiritually savvy...