I always trust people – until they demonstrate they cannot be trusted.
This means there have been times when I’ve discovered my trust was misplaced. Most times, though, I have found people to be trustworthy.
I trust in the process of life. Continue reading “I am trusting”
Old style mystics withdrew from the world into monasteries or convents, or they lived as hermits in a cave or a hut a long way from civilization.
Modern day mystics are called to embark on the journey in the middle of things. It’s no longer about running away, it’s about finding yourself right where you are.
Old style mystics relied on prayer, fasting, and isolation. They turned away from the experience of everyday life.
Today’s mystics are called to embrace the experience of everyday life, so you’ll need to use some different tools. Continue reading “A mystic’s toolkit”
‘Liminal thinking is the art of creating change by understanding, shaping, and reframing beliefs.’
Ever wondered how you ended up with the belief set that’s controlling your view of the world? I have and, fortunately, so has Dave Gray.
Dave’s written a book about it: Liminal Thinking.
He uses six principles to explain how beliefs shape everything, and gives us nine practices we can use to do something about it.
The book is easy to read and understand. I love his illustrations – they might inspire me to try a few myself.
If you want to create some change in your life, do yourself a favour and get a copy of Dave’s book.
You can get an overview of its content and Dave’s philosophy of liminal thinking at liminalthinking.com.
Peter Mulraney is the author of the Inspector West crime series, the Living Alone series of self-help books for men, Sharing the Journey: Reflections of a Reluctant Mystic, The New Girlfriend, and Everyday Project Management
Another of Jeshua’s ‘it is not possible’ statements to spend some time with.
How often have you believed that something you said or did or failed to say or do hurt or harmed someone? How many times has someone accused you of hurting them? Continue reading “It is not possible for you to harm anyone.”
‘Loosen up. Let it go!’
How often have you heard that advice?
When you think about letting go of things, what exactly do you think about letting go of? Continue reading “Attachment”
A few thoughts you might like to ponder about life, the universe, and the journey we‘re on. If you’re game.
Most of us are aware of the journey that starts with birth and ends with death. If you identify yourself with your body, death is the end of the road. No surprises there. Continue reading “The journey”