Reincarnation for the Curious Christian

Do you know anyone who may be curious about reincarnation?  Are you curious?  This article is not to convince anyone of anything but to express a way to understand reincarnation that doesn't necessitate one to throw out entire belief systems, especially Christianity. I have come to believe in the phenomenon of reincarnation. But, it has not … Continue reading Reincarnation for the Curious Christian

Who Was Jesus? The Logoic Plan and the Path of the Heart

An Article by Doug S., MA, MSW, LCSW There are over two billion Christians in the world who claim to follow Jesus of Nazareth. Exploring who this man was and what the Infinite Creator was doing through him is of paramount importance. The following is my own limited interpretation on that exploration. This essay is … Continue reading Who Was Jesus? The Logoic Plan and the Path of the Heart

A QHHT Experience: Yeshua, Golden Spheres, and the Fully Alive Human

My friend, Vivian, studied the pioneering approach to hypnosis by Dolores Cannon called Quantum Hypnosis Healing Technique (QHHT) and asked me if I wanted to do a session when she came through Dallas.  I agreed and was eager to experience QHHT since I have a lot of respect for Cannon's work. This is an account … Continue reading A QHHT Experience: Yeshua, Golden Spheres, and the Fully Alive Human

Open Systems and Levels of Development in Disclosure Communities

Article by Doug S. MA, MSW, LCSW Disclosure Support attempts to help make sense of the whole disclosure movement by bringing to bear a holistic model of discernment in the hopes of climbing high enough to get a clearer picture. I begin this article by stating an obvious thought, which I'm sure that you, dear … Continue reading Open Systems and Levels of Development in Disclosure Communities

Discernment, Part 3: Nature and Body

An article by Crystal Little and Doug S., MA, MSW, LCSW We are grateful to be here with you this week to begin a journey into the heart of discernment – practice. Parts 1 and 2 of this series serve as orientation to discernment as both a way of life and a decision-making process. We … Continue reading Discernment, Part 3: Nature and Body

Shards of Unity

An Article by Doug S., MA, MSW, LCSW Late one Sunday night in April, 2013, I was writing up my counseling notes after a long day of seeing clients.  All alone in the office, I usually cranked up some loud music to keep me awake and to let off some steam from hours of holding … Continue reading Shards of Unity

Discernment, Part 2: The Floating Self and the Anchored Self

An article by Crystal Little and Doug S., MA, MSW, LCSW Last week, we introduced discernment as both a way of life (living in liminal space) and a process for making decisions (using intuition and rationality with intention and efficiency). This week we are taking a closer look at ways practicing discernment can teach us … Continue reading Discernment, Part 2: The Floating Self and the Anchored Self