Do you hold back at times because you don’t want to sound like you’re tooting your own horn? Not tooting your own horn is a powerful form of childhood conditioning. My own confusion regarding the difference between claiming my strengths, and the fear of bragging, interfered for several years with my writing and my ability […]
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Dick Rauscher talks about the Spiritual Practice of being authentic by stating your beliefs, but not needing to defend them.
To wrap up our discussion on what it means to embrace our authenticity, the subject we’ve been exploring in the last few Nuggets, I need to include the important subject of spirituality in our conversation. I’m not talking about religion, I’m talking about spirituality, or spirit-mindedness. They are two different subjects. Religion is an attempt […]
Authenticity is defined as the quality of being genuine. Being faithful to our internal world rather than the external world. Authenticity is faithfully reflecting into the world an original, accurate, reliable, depiction of who we really are. But who is that person? The real you? One of my favorite quotes is “Be who you are! […]
I believe discovering our life purpose, the “why” of our life, is beyond a doubt the most important question we can ask ourselves. Until we are able to answer that question in one clear and simple sentence, most of the life energy available to us as a human will remain dormant and unavailable to us. […]
A very wise person once told me there are only two fundamental ways to live our lives. We can take full responsibility for every choice and every decision we have made that led to, and created, the life we are living. Or we can head in the other direction and waste our life blaming our […]
Do you love yourself? How do you know? Do you know how to love yourself? For years I read about the importance of learning to love myself…how learning to love myself was the key that would open the door to passion and joy in my life…..that self-love was the doorway into happiness. I believed what […]