The Importance of Feedback & Reclaiming our Personal Power

Each feeling we have is a feedback device, and like a speedometer in the car, it gives feedback about what is going on within each moment. When the feedback is related to any of the three core negative feelings of anger, sadness, or fear, we can look for a similar experience from our first eight years of life (the first eight years is where we get programmed, since we are in an open state of […]
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Building Better Boundaries

Written by Robert Augustus Masters Healthy boundaries protect what needs to be protected. Such boundaries say a “no” that makes possible a deeper, more authentic yes. Of course, we can be overboundaried, overly protective of ourselves, defended to the point of cutting ourselves off from what we need, overbudgeting for defense. And we can also be underboundaried, not standing up for ourselves, letting others in in ways that do not serve us. But beyond these […]
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Tap Out the Limiting Belief that Setting Boundaries is NOT Loving

For some people, setting boundaries can be a guilt ridden affair, as they feel punishing and unloving by setting healthy limits. It is usually the tyrants and dictators of the family that seem to have no problem setting boundaries, so an association is made in the brain between limits and being a callous and unloving jerk. The problem is, tyrants do not set healthy limits, they are controlling and hot tempered, they demonstrate that they […]
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Integration Creates Neutrality

Integration of the opposites within duality creates energetic neutrality. I see  duality as a binary computer code, with zeroes and one’s, while unity as a ternary computer code, with negative one’s, zeroes, and one’s. Where the predictive nature of duality is imbalanced with haves (one’s or negative one’s) and have not’s (zeroes), which is why there is the perpetual tension between domination and submission.  It can be the dark side with negative one (-1) and zero (0), […]
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The Simple Life

To an untrained heart, asking “why” to understand may seem complicated and unnecessary, while finding a “how” solution to skirt around uncomfortable feelings may feel simpler.  We agree, digging out of the web of lies that you have buried yourself in can feel quite complicated, but once the lies are all gone, life becomes extremely simple.  ~Nathan & Aline
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Why Am I Feeling this Way?

If you get into an argument and feel sad, afraid, or angry, instead of blaming the other person for your feelings, try asking yourself “why am I feeling this way?”, and keep asking “why” until you fully understand each and every reason “why” you feel that way in that moment.  Any understanding that ends with “because they” is still blaming the other for your own feelings, patterns and experiences; it is not personal responsibility, but […]
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