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Fear—the F Word

Andrea Mathews October 31, 2012

According to much of the literature written by those who are a part of the human potential movement, fear is a big fat no, no. We are simply not supposed to have fear—because, as we’ve learned, fear is the opposite of love. You can’t have fear and love in the […]

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Inhabiting Heaven Now

Andrea Mathews October 24, 2012

You know there’s lots of people out there telling us all kinds of things about heaven—where, what, who and how it is. Mostly it’s a place we go after we die—IF that is, we are among the chosen ones. And when it’s spoken of in terms of any kind of […]

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The Trap of Enlightenment

Andrea Mathews October 17, 2012

The word “enlightenment” has taken on commercial overtones. It’s a keyword for SEO experts, it’s used in TV sitcoms and commercials and it’s the goal of most of those who are participants in the human potential movement. So, what is it? And is it really something we pursue? Or is […]

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The Drama of Your Life

Andrea Mathews October 10, 2012

“Drama Queen!” Yeah, that’s what we call those people who seem to be addicted to drama. But the truth is that we are all addicted to drama. In fact, we are so addicted that when the truth of our lives is presented to us, we will throw it under the […]

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What the Bleep are we Doing Here?

Andrea Mathews October 3, 2012

Everybody seems to be looking for their individual purpose now. Unfortunately, that means that people are constantly measuring themselves to see if they are living up to some noble purpose, instead of realizing that very often they are already living their purpose. On the other hand, we do want to […]