Archive | Belief Systems


The Stolen Child

“Come away, O human child! To the waters and the wild With a faery, hand in hand. For the world’s more full of weeping than you can understand.” – The Stolen Child, WB Yeats   Yeat’s poem is based on legends of how the faeries would tempt children to leave their human families and lives, and […]

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by Capstoned

New Age fallacy: We are all one

Part of grounding as a path of healing and awakening is to gently challenge belief systems. This is important not only for its own sake – in service to our broader awakening – but also because certain limiting beliefs can actively impede us in our process. We want the direction we choose for ourselves and the decisions […]

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ouchie finger bandage

Falling in love with life

As much as I enjoy individual elements of life – good food, Star Trek, chocolate, music, live comedy, etc – I am, much of the time, only a door frame or accidentally-stepping-on-a-sharp-object away from hating life, and feeling outrage and betrayal at a God who would create a world in which nothing seems to work […]

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Unity, schmunity

Fired up by my recent discussions of non-duality with Henrik Nordmark, and my own increasing awareness of spiritual by-pass as a “thing”, I have inspiration for a blog about unity consciousness. (more…)

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Moses and the Ten Commandments

Belief systems & grounding

We all know how important belief systems are to our psychological makeup, and how strongly we are impacted by them. But how often do we examine them, beyond the constellation of obvious Self-Help style beliefs about abundance and/or self-worth? When do we tease out the underlying psychological currents that subconsciously (or even consciously) influence and […]

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