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

Meditation and Deep Time: Accessing Your Anchored Self

From the Law of One, Ra mentions several times about the importance of silence, the contemplative mind, and right use of intention in order to see more clearly and be more who we are: the Infinite Creator. In our current world situation we find ourselves in the Great Shifting. In the most macro sense, this … Continue reading Meditation and Deep Time: Accessing Your Anchored Self

Anxiety, Part 2: The Zones and the Anchored Self

Written by Doug S., MA, MSW, LCSW Article Summary: Learning what zones we are experiencing can help us understand what to do with our anxiety. The Green Zone can contain anxiety but it is not defined by it.  We feel relatively centered and joyful. The Gray Zone is characterized by the onset of feeling overwhelmed.  … Continue reading Anxiety, Part 2: The Zones and the Anchored Self