As ever with these channeled pieces they address whomever is reading them. They will have relevance in part or in their entirety to you personally. … Continue reading The Daily Channel – Emotional Storms, and Limited Free Will.
“Enacting any kind of change requires active participation. If you are experiencing it, then you are playing an active part in the unfolding of events. … Continue reading The Daily Channel – Coffee Time With Sid n’ Iris
After posting on Seth last night and his exercise for dealing with and replacing negative thought patterns, I thought I would try it for myself following Seth’s suggestions as closely as I was able. Even at the best of times … Continue reading Personal review of Seth’s exercise on changing beliefs.
My mind is not centred within my body. I am free to explore all that I am as fully as I am able at all times, and throughout time. Continue reading The Daily Channel – Step Two
In the end there is always one thing you can rely on, the ability of the self to re-assess what has seemingly gone before. In the end there seems to be only you, but as you grow into awareness … Continue reading The Daily Channel – Would you like chips with your potato omelette?
I’ve been keeping journals since I was about eleven years old. I would make them my self, back in the days of good old conventional pen … Continue reading The Daily Flannel – The Journalist.
Change is inevitable. Change is a death of the old and the birth of the new in every single thought and, breath and, irreparably broken ego. It isn’t the heart that breaks at the loss of a loved one, … Continue reading TDF – Zed’s Dead – The death of the ego.
The moment you define a concept you limit your potential to understand it differently. Joseph 20:20:20 Continue reading Quote for today – The limitation of definition
“You cannot separate yourselves from others or from your world… [B]y being yourself completely, you are automatically doing what you yourself want to do: fulfilling the purpose that is your own, and joining with others of like purpose. And you … Continue reading Final thoughts for the day – September 2 2013