Blog Beyond Form

Three Principles

There Is Nowhere Else to Be 

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Image by rottonara from Pixabay


We don’t need to be anywhere other than where we are, and we don’t need to be different than who we already are right now. 

We come into this life with a plan for what we are hoping to learn, within an environment and a personality that is conducive to the lessons in that plan. As we use our free will to make the choices in our life, our guides and spiritual advisors are constantly making adjustments to help ensure we stay on path. Helping and aligning the neces…

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The Symptoms of Inner Peace

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Image by DreamyArt from Pixabay


In my childhood home, there is a wooden picture frame displaying the Symptoms of Inner Peace, which is a numbered list of 12 symptoms that beautifully points towards the truth of our experience. I have always liked this description of Inner Peace, but it has become even more meaningful to me now that part of my work is to help people awaken to the innate peace-of-mind that is always available at the core of their being; often innocently hidden by all the noise of…

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Bring in the New Year With Gratitude

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During this time of year, it is common for people to reflect on where they think they should be in life and challenge themselves on the things they are or aren’t doing. Then many of them will make resolutions based on how they believe things should be. In most cases, this process is driven by a critical and judgemental voice and I would like to propose an alternative perspective, one that is driven instead by love and compassion. Instead of focusing on who we aren’t …

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Our Psychology is a Self-healing System

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Image by Ken Cheung on Unsplash


Just the other day, I was playing a game with my family that turns from a card game to momentary mini games of tag. It is my nephew's birthday soon and he had asked me to play with him and the family as part of his birthday present, which was something I was happy to do. 
As it turned out, during one of these moments of tag between me and my nephew, I was running after him when all of a sudden I found myself face down on the pavement with both my hands and right k…

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The Origin of Life Beyond Form

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Image by WikiImages from Pixabay


All my life I have been fascinated by the structure of things and how they work; this has been especially true with our psychology. Growing up, I was constantly exposed to the latest psychological ideas and models that my parents were exploring as part of their careers. My father was a psychiatrist and my mother was both a psychotherapist and a clinical director. I have many memories of listening to them talk about their work after dinner; my siblings would go b…

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