Rejecting Help From The Fixed Price Menu

Learning to recognize and to accept help is a tough lesson. Now that may seem strange to some, as there are some Souls who readily accept help and who always ask for it. I had a friend who was like this who never bothered to try and do things, and was always seeking those who …

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The Struggles and Conflicts When Guiding

Life isn't fair – it never has been, and never will be because what does fair really mean? For each of us it has a different meaning, but we yell out, 'It's not fair,' when we have lost control, when things don't go our way, or we are tired of battling for what we want …

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Guiding With Balance and Dealing With Toxicity

Finding a balance in life is difficult enough, but when you try to find balance as a Guide, that task becomes harder. Many people think being a Guide is easy, that it's a matter of mentoring someone and telling them what to do, but it's quite the opposite for me at least. Guides work in …

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Self-Isolation, The Dark Night of The Soul, and The Hermitage Life

The coronavirus pandemic has forced millions of people into self-isolation in a bid to curb the spread to the virus, and while some see it as a form of imprisonment, if you are an Old Soul who chooses a hermitage lifestyle, or have been through a Dark Night of the Soul, then you will already …

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Perception, Listening, And Acceptance

One never stops learning, and in my case what I have recently learned is that some Souls don't wish to learn or are afraid. It's frustrating to say the least because I question, why bother to guide or mentor those who don't wish to listen or choose not to act? This is another lesson in …

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Honest Spirituality

One assumes that spiritual folks are honest, just as you would expect a police officer or priest to be, yet we know there are corrupt people in society regardless of their job title or status, and the 'spiritual' tag is no exception. The problem is that those seeking spiritual guidance or help can be a …

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Spiritual Scars

Scars are important because they remind us of what we have learnt, what not to do, to be cautious, and perhaps how to do things better. They are part of the Soul. We are led to believe that our Souls will be healed of all pain once we have reached the Spiritual Plane, but healing …

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Spiritual Duty And Exhaustion

Is there such as thing as being 'spiritually exhausted'? When I sat down to write this I felt a plain and simple description was appropriate. How does it happen, why, and what can you do about it? No matter how strongly you 'shield' you will always feel some burden of responsibility when you see things …

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Soul Responsibility

Today is Easter Sunday, and there is much going on in the world that affects all of us that it's easy to forget about the bigger picture and that we do have a 'Soul Responsibility' to our own Soul, our Soul Group members, and to innocent souls that cross our paths. These days, the easy …

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Judas and Dealing With the Act of Betrayal

As a child, the tale of 'The Last Supper' and Judas Iscariot's betrayal of Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane has always perplexed me, because if Jesus knew that Judas was going to betray him, then why did he let it happen? When Jesus predicted it would happen, the disciples all denied that such a …

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