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Engaging the Nature of Things

When we think or talk about the source, we think nature, metaphysics, Abraham-Hicks, or the Universe — usually something woo-woo. Whatever you call it, it all comes down to the same thing: the ethereal energy that we use all the time, every day, every second. Aside from method, mode, and ritual, what resonates with us in order to grant ourselves permission to establish rapport with the heart of all things is all that matters.

Change, or Die

Life is always changing. It is unavoidable. If that’s a stressful, anxiety-inducing thought, it’s predicated on the mistaken belief that anything in or about this place is permanent. To be sure, you will “die,” so get on with living.

The Rebel Heart

Refuse to settle. A timid heart makes for tepid love. It will not benefit you, your children, or the world in general (and it is a heartbreaking thing to observe). Go for greatness. Give yourself permission to be awesome.


Energetic stagnation causes obsessive behavior, similar to escapism. If we limit our options in an egoistic attempt to control, or if we sit in an indecisive haze, we tend to develop blockages that inflame the physical machine.