Posts Tagged‘bliss’

Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda

It turns out that the “helping verbs” our English teachers taught us are not so helpful after all. These helpers are forms of “be” that help us describe the time around what we are doing. You remember: would, should, could, etc. There are at least twenty of these “helpers.” I will get pizza tomorrow. I was dreaming about going to Hawaii someday. Will I ever be thin? Can I please get some ice cream? Here’s the conundrum. If I am talking about doing something in the future or something  in the past, am I truly being fully present now? In…

LEARNING THE CODE

So I’ve written a guide to the universe. I know. No one saw that coming. Trust me. We’re all shocked. The book was effortless. However, the struggle of allowing myself to write it came with profound suffering. Tragically, this was never how it was supposed to be. Suffering is unnecessary and this is why I write, and teach, and continue to learn. My work is about teaching you what not to do with your life, as much as it is about teaching you what to do with your life. “The guide” is about how to help you enlighten; painlessly and effortlessly. So what is enlightenment, exactly? Consider…

The Two Most Harmful Words in the English Language

Can You Guess the Two Most Harmful Words in the English Language? (Probably not what you are thinking…and no, I have no data to support this opinion) Hello Dana, Love your blog! I am curious why psychologists and spiritual teachers don’t use the words “good” and “bad”? What’s wrong with these words? ANSWER: Another good question! “Good” question. Wink, wink. First, thank you so much for submitting a question and supporting the blog. I cannot speak regarding the role of psychologists because I have no training in that field. As a spiritual teacher, I try not to use “good” and “bad”…