Managing Life Changes in a Process Based Manner

The secret to navigating life in a manner that is free from drastic life changes, a series of unfortunate events, and sudden accidents that catch us off guard and/or traumatize us, is to do so intentionally by working life in a step by step process, and with specific boundaries in place that enables us to do so.  Life changes and accidents are only possible when we need flashing neon signs […] Read more »

Why is it so difficult to wake people up to the truth?

I am often asked, especially more recently with the world caught up in such a gigantic lie, why it is so difficult to wake people up to the truth. This is a really great question, but it’s a difficult one to digest because it takes some humility and courage on the part of the one receiving my answer. If you’re not interested in eating a full serving of humble pie, […] Read more »

Solving the Mysteries of Life with Abductive Reasoning

I experience life as a great mystery, so much so that my curiosity prompts me moment by moment to ask “why” to gain understanding of the world, and my life, to explore and understand why it is unfolding around me as it is. Those with a high degree of curiosity and wonder, who don’t just take the world at face value and unquestioningly go with it, exercise a form of […] Read more »

Society’s Role in Individualism vs Collectivism

Many people defend collectivism by saying that we need a collective society, but it is a direction of flow, and not an either/or black or white false dilemma fallacy between the individual and society. In individualism, the united collective is there to support, serve, and protect the individuality, rights, and autonomy of each person, while in collectivism, there is a conformist group mind and the individual must give up their […] Read more »

The Royal Track of Mysticism

Do you want to take your spirituality and mystical practice to the next level? If so, I suggest taking the path that royalty takes. Please read the exchange between Alexander the Great and his mentor Aristotle (see attached graphic), where Alexander laments the release of information in Aristotle’s treatise “Metaphysics”, as it gives the common man what only the bloodlines should be allowed to know. However, Aristotle implied that one […] Read more »

How To Defeat SJW’s and Marxists

As we grow as an individual, and integrate our fragmented sense of Self through observing our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and reflecting on them, we grow psychologically from physically oriented beings into moral and philosophical beings. Each state of being transcends and includes the previous states of being, and each state that we master makes us more and more powerful as conscious and autonomous individuals distinct from the collective’s unconscious […] Read more »

Equality & Equal Outcome is a Myth

‪Equality between people is a myth; those who want to feel equal actually want to feel special, to feel that their uniqueness can contribute and add value in some way. Those who don’t feel special feel inferior, and they try to find ways to compensate for their feelings of inferiority by trying to feel equal, but one cannot reach equality from inferiority, one can only flip into its dualistic counterpart […] Read more »

How To Become Whole (Carl Jung & The Individuation Process)

The main struggle in our time is not capitalism vs socialism, but rather decentralization vs centralization; put another way, individualism vs collectivism, as the individual is the smallest unit of decentralization. Unfortunately, one cannot claim to be for individualism while still having an underdeveloped Self that is subject to collective whims and/or egocentrism via the unconscious shadow. Placing one’s conscious focus on the unconscious shadow aspect of Self, for the […] Read more »

Moral Relativists Masquerading as Moral Absolutists

Many people mistake multilogical reasoning as moral relativism, and think that monological reasoning is moral absolutism, because multilogical reasoning takes a complex multilayered view of the world coupled with the humility to know there’s always more to learn, while monological reasoning is much more black and white, and appears sure of itself. However, monological reasoning (see definitions further below), which is black and white logic, is often informed by emotionally […] Read more »

Jung’s Ideas on Marriage

The mystical path of the divine marriage, also called the divine union and the alchemical marriage, broken down in psychological concepts by Carl Jung. After all, Carl Jung was a student of ancient mysticism, and came to many of his understandings through his own mystical and personal experiences.  I highly recommend listening to this video, and maybe even reviewing it more than once, as it is dense with quality insights […] Read more »

Learn How to Consciously Create a Positive Focus

Are you interested in purchasing the Positive Focus Self-Hypnosis MP3? If so, please select the product from the PayPal drop-down list below, make the payment, and we’ll send you the download links and instructions to the email address you use for your transaction within 24 hours. Please note, you do not need a PayPal account to make your purchase, as PayPal accepts all major credit cards. THE UNITY PROCESS: We’ve […] Read more »

Dealing with the Causes, Rather than Effects, of Domestic Violence

In regards to domestic violence, and the supposedly evil men who perpetrate it: Too many people attack the branches of evil, aka the effects, and do not analyze issues thoroughly enough to go to the roots, which are the actual causes. “There are a thousand hacking at the branches of evil to one who is striking at the root.” ~Henry David Thoreau Emotionally and intellectually stunted thinking is the issue […] Read more »

How do Globalists Divide Us? Globalist Balkanisation

To learn how decentralization, through using divide and conquer techniques to fragment a society, can lead to a centralized world government, I highly recommend watching this video. The open racism against whites that is now occurring, through encouraging open immigration and being openly racist against white people, is an attempt at dividing western society to the point that we collectivize into smaller, more manageable groups. We’re getting played at epic […] Read more »

Gandhi Groups – Inner Activism

This article was originally written back in April of 2013, but I reproduced it here as it is still a valuable asset for performing activism in the world. Nothing gets the passionate juices flowing like being an activist for a cause, resisting evil, perceived or otherwise, by taking on Goliath in our role as David the Giant Slayer. All too often we allow ourselves to invest tremendous amounts of energy […] Read more »

Developing Our Individuality Should Be Our Core Value

Do “the needs of the many,” really outweigh “the needs of the few?”  We have concluded that the development of our individuality should be at the forefront of everything we engage in, and not the development of the group, or the structures erected to protect and perpetuate the group. This may seem selfish at first, but there is an important nuance that most people miss when making this judgment. For […] Read more »