Category Archives: Ego

Burning a dead man

FADE IN A man (39) kneels in the gravel by a shallow river, under a pedestrian bridge, in the middle of a nature reserve, on a sunny summer day. CLOSE-UP ON MAN’S HAND He digs a watermelon-sized hole in the … Continue reading

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Shining Light into the Shadow

I sat there. Stuck. In my living room. Wondering what to do with my day. My week. My life. We’ve all been there. There are times when it seems like all the choices you have, just don’t work. You could … Continue reading

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Not your brother any more

This morning I opened my inbox to find crossfire between two friends of mine. One did something in her business that the other found unethical, whereupon the other removed the one from her tribe. I felt sad. They are both … Continue reading

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Manifesting Tyranny

Today we celebrate Canada Day. And as Americans are fond of saying lately: I love my country – it’s my government that I’m afraid of. A few days ago, the Toronto Police (shall we say) “bent the rules” a bit … Continue reading

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Karma’s a B—h

Recently I’ve been reading a book called Karma and Reincarnation, by Dr. Hiroshi Motoyama. (He’s the teacher that created a lot of the Spiritual Healing work I’ve been studying under Dr. Richard Jelusich.) I thought I knew a few things … Continue reading

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True-life Amnesia

See if you can remember what all these movies have in common: The Bourne Identity, Mulholland Drive, Vanilla Sky and Total Recall. Okay, that was easy, wasn’t it? The clue was in this blog’s title. The heroes have all forgotten … Continue reading

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Making Mistakes

Is there something you’ve been meaning to try, but you won’t try for fear of messing it up? If so, you’re one of about seven billion other people in the same boat. We are afraid of making mistakes. We don’t … Continue reading

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