Dealing With Negative Personality Traits

What is stacked on the Foundation is not the Foundation

What is stacked on the Foundation is not the Foundation

OUTSIDE WILLIAMS, AZ

October 25, 2016 11:36 AM

I know I’m all over the place on this blog… Kidney stones, I AM, TaoGod(I), nomad life, photography…. The book is a hell of a lot more organized.

Dealing with Shadow traits came up recently and I realized I needed to expand on this subject in the book. After writing it up, I realized it can be applied to any negative personality trait.

Who doesn’t have a little something they don’t like about themselves?

From the book… … Read more…

The Moment (Inner Ego)

The Remains Of The Lover's Breakfast

The Remains Of The Lover’s Breakfast

HOOD RIVER, OR

September 7, 2016 10:35 AM

The Inner Ego Aspect is all about our core personality. Not our roles, not our beliefs. Not our Me-story. Deep, ingrained personality traits. Traits that are practically impossible to change on our own, yet still change all on their own. … Read more…

Wow. Really. Wow.

Mysterious Image From My Archive

Mysterious Image From My Archive

NEAR CAMP VERDE, AZ

March 27, 2016 9:40 AM

Yesterday’s post may have made it appear that I am sad or depressed but that conclusion couldn’t be further from the truth.

I am ecstatic.

I feel as if a ten-pound tumor has been surgically removed from my chest. As if a heavy, dark weight has been lifted from my heart. A foul and heavy weight that I didn’t even realize I had—that I had been carrying around my entire life.

That’s how good I feel.

Some wonderful lessons I’ve learned from the experience: … Read more…

Hopelessness

A New Day After A Dark Night

A New Day After A Dark Night

NEAR COTTONWOOD, AZ

March 26, 2016 7:05 AM

Last night, a smaller, gentler Dark Night of the Soul—my second in about seven years. Gentler, but more profound than the first.

I don’t want to get caught up in documenting and explaining it yet. I’ve recorded the experience in my phone. I’ll transcribe it later. I want to digest it first.

March 26, 2016 10:01 AM

TRANSCRIPT FROM VOICE RECORDER: … Read more…

More Shadow Techniques

My Sedona Camp

My Sedona Camp

NEAR COTTONWOOD, AZ

March 8, 2016 6:08 PM

I’ve said it a million times, “The less there is of you….”

The easiest way to become “less” is to dig out your Shadow assumptions—assumptions you unconsciously made years ago. Assumptions which still affect you in consistently negative ways. When you dig out these assumptions, examine them, and see how foolish they are… it is like a huge weight has been lifted off your shoulders. You become less. … Read more…

How I Dealt With My Shadow

Forgotten Remnants of the Past

Forgotten Remnants of the Past

OUTSIDE WILLIAMS, AZ

March 2, 2016 10:06 AM

Let’s face it, Shadow-work sucks. The Shadow consists of dark, often deeply repressed memories that unconsciously affect you in negative ways.

Many of my Shadow traits were revealed by simply examining my life for negative patterns, but a few came out through the use of Holosync.

I’m no psychologist, so take the following for what it’s worth. Here’s how I dealt with my Shadow traits… … Read more…

The Importance of the Soul

The Light Behind The Trees

The Light Behind The Trees

OUTSIDE SUSANVILLE, CA

October 21, 2015 3:29 PM

Most spiritual seekers completely skip the Soul level. Those on the Path of the Sage (Mind, I AM) often see it as just another illusionary layer to be discarded (So why bother picking it up?). Those on the Path of the Mystic (Heart, I LOVE), often think they have a soul, but rarely do they identify with it (think of themselves as a Soul).

Both types of spiritual seekers—in “skipping” the Soul level—are making a terrible mistake. Not only will ignoring the Soul stunt the spiritual growth for both the Sage and the Mystic, but for the Mystic it will make it much more difficult to “hear” TaoGodHer’s whispers.

First though, how exactly do we strengthen our Soul identity?Read more…

Mt. Shasta and My Shadow

Mt. Shasta Happenings

Mt. Shasta Happenings

MT. SHASTA, CA

October 19, 2015 10:31 AM

Walking along the sidewalks of Mt. Shasta, I was surprised by how I felt about this place. I liked it. I liked it a lot.

I’ve been through this town a few times before, and each time I always felt the way I usually feel around New Agers and new age communities: Conflicted.

Not this time though. Not at all. Something big has changed.

Something big has changed inside me. … Read more…