Why You Are Unbroken, Even if You Experienced #ACEs

It seems to me that the single most effective way of obscuring these inner resources is holding onto the mistaken belief that ‘I am broken.’ The good news is that the moment any of us open to this inner wellspring, fresh thinking, peace of mind and creativity start to flow.The more any one gets a sense of who and what they really are, the more resilience and resourcefulness are uncovered.  Read More …

Does the Addictive Personality Exist?

We each have the possibility of realising that the waking experience is more like dreaming than we had understood. Although experience is being created from our own thoughts, imagination and creativity, we felt like we were passive recipients of people’s actions and external events, just like dreaming. Read More …

What’s Driving Your Life?

Life could be driven by a much deeper and more reliable force. Behind the ebb and flow of transient thought and emotions is what the Quakers call the still, small voice within. Others have described it as Wisdom. Others as our Innate Wellbeing. However it is described, each of us is, at essence, unbroken and unbreakable. Read More …

Above the Clouds the Sun is Always Shining

One immense benefit of understanding the Inside-out paradigm is this: we know that an event or circumstance can never create upset or painful feelings. Distress can only come from our moment to moment thinking, which may include thinking about those events. No matter how big a circumstance is, it has no inherent power to dictate how any human being will feel. Read More …

Are You Suffering from a Misunderstanding?

It is the human condition to vacillate between awareness of the source of our experience – Thought – and believing that we are powerless victims of circumstances. Even when we believe we are the victim of circumstances, Thought is still the creator of our experience. That belief [a thought] is creating a feeling of distress. Read More …