Are you self-aware enough to recognize those areas of your life where you need healing?”
Believe it or not, most of us aren’t. The vast majority of people believe healing is limited to the physical body as it relates to injury or illness. As such, healing is almost entirely deferred to medical professionals.
In this podcast and post we begin a series where I introduce a new framework for healing. All suffering and captivity within our lives are like festering wounds that have never received the proper care.
Join me now as we see beyond our suffering and lay hold of the healing that awaits every soul who diligently seeks for the truth.
“Do you think you might need some coaching? Think again.”
The online world has created a virtual gold-rush of life-coaches, gurus, and talking heads that all offer life-hacks, programs, and pipelines that promise us a better life. Countless people will spend hundreds or even thousands for coaching with the hope that they will finally arrive at a new level in life.
In today’s podcast and post I offer you a free alternative. I will help you see beyond the commercial engine of life-coaching. Join me now as we examine the free gift of wisdom through un-coaching.
If you are like most people, you think burnout is the fatigue caused by working too hard or working too long. As a result, we think vacations are the counter-weight which bring our lives back in balance.
In today’s podcast and post we look closer at burnout and discover that balance is an unhelpful tool to temporarily suppresses our feelings and deeper questions. Join me now as we go beyond the bad advice and discover a new definition of burnout which opens up a new way to live.
“Whose tired of people asking about the real meaning of Christmas?”
The Grinch proved a long time ago that Christmas has a deeper meaning than driving up revenues in Q4 through gift giving. In this post and pod-cast I go a step further and prove that depth comes neither from gifts, nor from tradition or religion.
Join me now as we see beyond the surface experience of Christmas and dive into what makes it so transformative. Learn how Christmas is the power to liberate our lives rather than bury us in stress and debt.
The fourteenth and the fifty-third Psalms are very similar copies of each other. Both begin with a searing statement that “A Fool says in his heart, ‘There is no God!’”.These verses have been used to bludgeon Atheists, other religions, and even fellow believers. Is that really the intent of this Psalm?
In today’s podcast and post we continue in our fourth installment of the Psalms greatest hits where we visit the fourteenth and fifty-third Psalms. Join me now as we see beyond our name calling and uncover the profound depth and beauty of what it means to be a FOOL.
“How well do you know your own vices? How well do you know your dream?
We all have a vice that no matter how hard we try to remove, continues to return in one form or another. We also in like manner, all have a dream. Some are working toward that dream, while others have given up on it, and some still trying to figure it out.
In today’s post we examine the relationship between our vice and our dream and discover why we typically see them as two different things. Join me now as we see beyond our vice and discover its causal relationship to our biggest dream for life.
In my contemplation recently, I have looked closely at the nature of gratitude and how we grow into grateful people. I have discovered at least three different levels of gratitude which I’ll share in this podcast.
Join me now as we see beyond our thanksgiving turkey into what makes us truly grateful people.
At the end of Jesus’ most famous sermon, there is no invitation to convert to a religion. There is no demand for money or support. He doesn’t even close with a prayer or a song.
Join me now as we conclude our 25-week series of the Sermon on the Mount. As we see beyond the simple metaphor that he uses to illustrate that there is a right and a wrong way to build our lives. Perhaps the most durable, lasting foundation for life is actually something beyond our ability to describe in words.
“How do we know if we are being real?” Last week we looked at the litmus test for authenticity in others. Today we explore the test for ourselves.
Think about this question. How can you determine if you are reflecting your true inner self or if you go through life wearing a persona, a fake ID, and hoping others don’t find you out?
In today’s podcast and post, we take a look at what many scholars have called the most horrifying verse in the bible. Join me now as we see beyond perfunctory religious “fronting” and discover the one thing that proves our authenticity.