Escape from Victim, Villain, Savior, and the Duality Drama

We have the survival mechanism of “fight, flight, freeze, and tend & befriend”, because we’ve been conditioned to ask a very narrow set of questions, and seek for their narrow set of answers. This narrow line of questioning keeps us from experiencing the infinite potential available through the power of questions and answers. At the core of our dilemma are limiting questions, such as “how can I feel safe from villains?”, “how can I feel […]
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Freedom & Safety: A Return to the Womb

From our EFT Tapping practice and personal experiences, we have found that there are two primary motivators in life, the Freedom and Safety wounds, where freedom is the freedom from responsibilities, and safety is the feeling of being secure and supported. Before leaving our mother’s womb, we are completely safe/supported, and also completely free of responsibilities, but the separation we feel after leaving this form of “oneness” leaves us with a trauma.  It is from this trauma that our […]
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Moral Relativism: The Foundation for a Hostile Takeover

Moral relativism is the belief that sends the message, “that which is true for me may not be true for you”; it is a subjective view of truth, and not an objective view of truth. If moral relativism is how we should live, and there is no right or wrong, then by extension, humans do not have rights either, because there are no wrongs that can be done against them. You cannot believe that we all have […]
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To Survive or Thrive?

Have you ever wondered why humanity lives in a perpetual state of survival, and why it is so difficult to get ahead and thrive? Why is it that certain people are placed as authorities over us, and that we need their permission to enjoy life? Why do we over consume? Why are we so competitive? If so, you may benefit from reading on… *Article is best viewed in fullscreen mode, click the icon in the […]
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Setting Good Limits

“Setting good limits is one of the best ways to take care of yourself.” ~Love and Logic Institute It is important to realize though, that limits and boundaries never tell a person what to do, nor do they punish people for not doing it our way, setting limits is telling people what we will and will not do, and allowing natural consequences to do the rest.   Again, natural consequences is NOT a punishment! Example:  “I only […]
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The Illusion of Freedom

The concept of freedom does not exist within unity consciousness, it is only a reaction within duality consciousness to control being placed upon an individual, being, or entity; without perceived control, there is no need to be free from that control.  The freedom wound is the fear of being controlled, and while the security wound can be perceived as the fear of the freedom wound individuals doing actions that are considered unfaithful, impulsive, and unaware—actions […]
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How to Neutralize Conflict

The best way we’ve found to deal with any supposed atrocity, supposed because there is always a duality of good vs evil, us vs them, freedom vs security, chaos vs order, and yin vs yang in all conflicts, is to realize how you are the yang (order/good) and honor it, and realize how you are the yin (chaos/evil), and honor it too. I am the evil I perceive, and I am the good that I […]
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Resistance is Futile

When it comes to avoiding the reality of what is, as the Borg from Star Trek would say, “resistance” really “is futile”. Resisting a pattern and reality is just the other side of the same coin of impulsively acting upon a pattern, they are two halves of the same whole; a sliding dualistic scale of good vs evil, us vs them, security vs freedom, moral vs immoral, and victim vs villain. You can’t just positive […]
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