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You Can’t Grow in Unbounded Love

Why? Why can't we maintain the intensity of those early days of romantic love? (The Romantic Relationship) Because romantic love is conditional love and we humans were built for a much grander adventure. Even the more mature love that builds between two people over a lifetime is largely dependent on conditions. In the beginning of such a relationship we may feel that if we are honest and open with the other person. We feel that if we work together we...

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Who’s in Charge? (Part I)

(Let me say at the outset of this article that it may touch a little on the technical and even if you have zero interest in neuroscience or quantum physics I encourage you to skip easily over any part that befuddles or bores you and read this article to its conclusion. The implications are staggering!) I just finished reading a fascinating book by neuroscientist Michael S. Gazzaniga called, Who’s in Charge?: Free Will and the Science of the Brain. Gazzaniga...

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Why Your Intention Doesn’t Work (Part III)

We feel the need to control our lives only when we feel out of control. Have you ever found yourself saying, “Is this all there is to life? I have everything I need, so why do I feel so incomplete?) We feel out of control when we lose our perception of universal order. It’s really quite simple. When we perceive the unifying flow of universal love we feel content. When we do not we feel alienated, out of control. We...

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Why Your Intention Doesn’t Work (Part II)

Now that you have discovered that you are the center of the universe, something you undoubtedly realized as an infant, you find yourself stuck in time between past and future, classical and quantum physics, control and infinite possibilities. And here is your dilemma… Control belongs to the past. That is because you can see what you did and the outcome that resulted from your action. You cannot control the future. It is not subservient to cause and effect. The future...

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Why Your Intention Doesn’t Work (Part I)

If you have ever done any intention work you have probably wondered why your intentions don’t work most of the time. You follow all the rules, and there are plenty of them to follow, and still you don’t get what you want. It all boils down to a matter of love… Universal love. Look at yourself as being the center of creation. This is not egotistical but a simple fact of perception. Where else would the center of creation be...

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Why Can’t I Love? (Part II)

As goes the species so goes the individual. Homo sapiens, that’s us, are in the second phase of the three phase transformational process to full potential. Maslow offered his hierarchy of needs for the individual. The collective human race is made of, you guessed it, individuals. As it turns out we have been trudging slowly over the eons towards the realization of universal love. We haven’t gotten there as a species but we are close, very close. According to George...

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Why Can’t I Love? (Part I)

Have you ever felt limited in love? Have you ever felt that your love is locked away, unable to find a way into the hearts of others? You know you have more love to give but it just doesn’t seem to get to where it is needed. There is a simple reason for that and a simpler solution. Love is a creative process. It is creation. It unites darkened souls in the light of harmony and joy. Each of us...

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Where Have All the Children Gone?

I taught a workshop in Hamburg, Germany last weekend on relationships. I made the point that before we can love another we must first love our self. The deepest expression of self-love is when we become aware of our Eufeeling. Once we become aware of Eufeeling however we still have to work within the relationship have to work within the relationship to make it “fit” with our partner. This requires attention to a number of areas but to make it...

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They Are Among Us (Part II)

Knowing that we are not complete is the first step to becoming whole. We feel it bubble up from deep inside when we are very quiet. It is a feeling of incompleteness, a sense that something is missing. One way we often try to drown out that uneasy feeling is by becoming busy, very busy. The more that feeling of emptiness tries to poke its meddlesome head into our conscious business the more we work to trample it under the...

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They Are Among Us (Part I)

They are among us. They look like us, speak our language, eat our foods, and work alongside us. Unless you know what to look for you will miss them. They are rare but they are there. These people have made the transition to adulthood and not lost the innocence, joy and power of childhood. These exceptional people are content as they are, where they are. They are more responsive to beauty. They are less driven by egocentric needs and more...

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