Coming Home to Yourself

 Life’s incessant activities distract our attention from a simultaneous, ongoing experience of our inner lives. Coming home to yourself is a practice which helps to reestablish ourselves in our subjective experience.

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Follow Your Spontaneity, Not Your Reactivity

 Although spontaneous expression is a hallmark of authenticity, not all immediate expression is spontaneous. Emotional reactivity reflects being enchained by the past, not the freedom of Being.

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Do We Have to Wear a Happy Face?

 A happy face life is not an authentic life. Dark feelings and thoughts are part of life. Can we discard the happy faces within us, and simply wear our own faces?

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Spiritual Autonomy

 What is the foremost duty of a spiritual path? It is not that we develop as spiritual seekers, but that we develop as spiritual finders. It is not that we develop as believers, but that we develop as knowers. It is not that we share campfires of common belief, but that we each be guided to enter the wilderness of the Mystery, and therein light the fire of our own experience of True Nature.

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What the Dying Can Teach Us About Living Authentically

Kathleen TaylorIn this TedX Video, Counselor Kathleen Taylor shares the wisdom of dying persons to help us discover how we can be ourselves, and live authentically, now, with life still before us.

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