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The Pain Of Inverted Faith And What You Can Do About It.

Love is a messy thing when people live by inverted faith. A potter is shaping clay into a vase. Her hands are covered with clay as is the wheel and everything in close proximity to it.

What Does Inverted Faith Mean? What does it mean to have inverted faith? How can one’s Faith be inverted? Does inverted faith mean that you have no faith? First of all, what does the word inverted mean? Basically, it’s like flipping your clothes inside out. Instead of looking at the finished photo, you are looking at the negative with an inversion of light.  Turning It Inside Out I remember when I was learning web design Read more…


The Truth About Pain – Are You Positioning Yourself?

The truth about pain is that, like the golfer pictured; we often line ourselves up for the shot of pain we experience.

You might not believe this. I’m sure you won’t want to. However, the truth about pain is that it is the product and culmination of our beliefs. Ouch! That’s a hard pill to swallow. The fact of the matter is, whatever you believe is what materializes in your life. The truth about pain that you didn’t realize, is that your faith, or lack thereof; could manifest in the form of pain. James Clear, with the Read more…


Desire Is A Connection To Pain

The web of connections to pain

What Links Desire As The Connection To Pain? It’s like a 5000 piece puzzle. Some people try to put the puzzle together by just putting random pieces together, as opposed to putting together the framework of the puzzle first. By doing it that way, they don’t get a good vision or picture of the entire puzzle because they cannot really envision a connected whole. This makes the struggle to find the right piece much more Read more…


Forgiving Yourself – Forfeiting Your Pain

Ease ;your subconscious mind - make a peace offering.

Usually, when someone feels terrible about something they did, it is because they recognize the affect, whether indirectly or directly; that their actions have had on others. How do you address the harmful emotions that result from regret?