Spirituality

Are You Ready For Your “Divine Download”?

Sometimes, looking for advice from your dog isn’t good enough. Nor is talking to your best friend, coach, tarot card reader, or hair stylist. We’re looking for what our shaman Saul calls “spiritual wifi,” some inspiration from an otherworldly source that feels perfectly blended with our gut instinct that we’ve been ignoring.

Are You Ready For Your “Divine Download”?

From Self-Actualization to Self-Transcendence.

I’ve spent most of my career as a crossing guard at the congested, complicated intersection of psychology and business. My books and blog posts have profiled psychology wizards from Carl Jung to Viktor Frankl to Esther Perel.

From Self-Actualization to Self-Transcendence.

The Spiritual Value of a Desert.

“It’s strange how deserts turn us into believers. I believe in walking in a landscape of mirages, because you learn humility. I believe in living in a land of little water because life is drawn together. And I believe in the gathering of bones as a testament to spirits that have moved on. If the desert is holy, it is because it is a forgotten place that allows us to remember the sacred. Perhaps that is why every pilgrimage to the desert is a pilgrimage to the self.” ― Terry Tempest Williams, Refuge: An Unnatural History of Family and Place

The Spiritual Value of a Desert.

Who’s Leading this Dance: The Ego or the Soul?

I learned ballroom dancing in 6th grade at Call’s Dance Studio in middle-class Long Beach, California. It was quite a production as it was as much about learning masculine and feminine roles and etiquette as it was learning the mechanics of ballroom dancing.

Who’s Leading this Dance: The Ego or the Soul?