This last weekend I met up with the guys of the Chiron Brotherhood for our now twice yearly get together and, as usual, had a blast. One of the guys had just celebrated his 70th, so I presented to him this ode by Charlie Chaplin, one of my English heroes, sent to me by Corinne . . .
The more technology shrinks and connects our world, the more we are confronted with challenges that we have to deal with, almost on a daily basis. As I watch it all unfold, I will be inspired from time to time, to focus attention on and share with you how my Radical Living Strategies can help all of us meet our challenges with greater ease and compassion. My hope is that these offerings give you the insight you need to create the peaceful, fulfilling life you desire.
I am very proud to have Sounds True as the publisher of my books and audios. One of their other authors is the renowned Scottish psychic, Ainslie McLeod.
In his book, The Instruction, he takes you through a process to unveil the life plan your soul created before you were born. It also determines your soul . . .
Well, I’m excited. And I’ll tell you why. We just completed our first ever, 10-day LIVE training to get people certified as Radical Living Master Coaches.
And we’re are all set to do the same thing in April in Peru: April 23rd to May 5th. We already have seven signed up, and it’s early days yet. . . .
ISIS is creating a lot of anxiety around the world and Heads of States everywhere are wringing their hands about what to do. Thousands of tons of smart bombs have been dropped on them but everyone knows that bombing will change little. It has been shown in the past that prayer does work, so I . . .
Since most of the seeds for what is to unfold in the coming year were planted in the year just passed, it seems equally important to review the one we are leaving as envisioning the one we are about to move into.
The big event for me, which demanded most of our time and attention last . . .
In her song “What I need,” Karen Taylor-Good sings, “You don’t always get what you want, you get what you need.”
This is a lesson that the Republican Party is having to learn right now and they don’t like it one little bit. Let me explain.
The leaders of the GOP clearly don’t want Donald Trump . . .
The mad rush is upon us yet again and the pressure to spend, spend, spend on gifts for all and sundry is unrelenting. So many decisions to be made, like who do we need to buy for, and what would be an acceptable gift? How much should we spend on this person or that? Do . . .
In the aftermath of such terrible, gut-wrenching events as we witnessed in Paris last Friday, I am, as always in such situations, somewhat loathe to weigh in with a Radical Forgiveness viewpoint lest people see it as an attempt to minimize or gloss over what was obviously a cowardly and thoroughly despicable act.
Barbaric, perverted and . . .
Funny how things work out.
JoAnn and I spent last weekend in London doing our final workshop for 2015. It was the one-day, Magic of Radical Forgiveness Workshop. That was on Saturday.
JoAnn’s flight back to Atlanta from London Heathrow being on Monday, we decided to stay over Saturday and Sunday night. (I am remaining here for . . .
My dear teenage granddaughter, Rosie, delights in making fun of me for using a pendulum to get answers to questions. She thinks I’m weird.
She should have been with me yesterday when JoAnn and I visited the Richard III Exhibit in Leicester. (We live in a village quite close to that city.)
Rosie would have been shocked . . .