The Truth About Suffering

Have you noticed how so many people seem to be suffering? I’m talking mostly about people who have not even had the life experiences of war, suffered lack or real anguish-inducing times. People now ‘suffer’ when they are deprived of wi-fi, when their Instagram uploads don’t get enough ‘likes’ or when someone voices a contrary opinion. The threshold of suffering has plummeted and our programming has allowed for us to accept it as normal. I don’t want to sound as if I have all the answers to why we suffer because I don’t, but my sources reveal that those who … Continue reading The Truth About Suffering

Medication as a Way of Life

I understand that there are a lot of people out there who suffer varying degrees of pain, whether it be in the form of anxiety, depression, or self-esteem. I like to remind people that we need to feel our pain and that medication is not always the thing that will get us through our problems. Yes, in the short term it may cover over the pain, but what happens when the medication wears off? Are we to quickly accept the idea of a lifetime of prescription refills? Obviously, our medical options and medicines are essential and they save lives every … Continue reading Medication as a Way of Life

Suicidal Thoughts: Looking At Our Pain With Fresh Eyes

At the beginning of the year I made a prediction that I did not want to come true, but in the intervening months I saw one confirmation after the next that I was not off the mark. I predicted that there would be a major increase in suicides. My prediction may have been partly intuitive and partly based on an awareness of a general decline in happiness and a compulsion for some to embrace low frequency behaviors and ideology. The combination of low karmic energy and repetitive programming of negativity could not end well, thus my prediction of suicide. Today … Continue reading Suicidal Thoughts: Looking At Our Pain With Fresh Eyes