Archive for the 'Evolution' Category

Emotionally Undeveloped: Why Are Some People Emotionally Undeveloped?

Wednesday, May 21st, 2014

Not every part of a human being develops at the same rate, and this is to be expected. If one was to look at nature and see how a tree grows, they will soon see that the branches are not all the same length. Some are longer than others and at the same time, it hasn’t affected the tree. It is still strong and the shorter branches are not causing any problems to the rest of the tree.

There are going to be differences when it comes to someone’s physical, emotional and intellectual development. This is because each one doesn’t grow at the same rate or in the same way. And if one is primarily focused on one area, it is only natural that another part of them is going to end up being neglected and will stay stuck at a certain level and even start get worse as time goes by.

Nothing Changes If Nothing Changes

Monday, December 30th, 2013

I have an acquaintance who recently approached me with a dilemma. She declared that despite her best intention to make a number of life changes, she doesn’t really feel like she has accomplished much this year. In fact, she said she has been stuck for about five years now; broke, sad, confused, lethargic, etc. Though she does seem to “do” a lot when it comes to self-help (reading, writing, encouraging others, etc.), she is missing some major key ingredients to seeing real change in her life. Listen to her words as she describes her dilemma.

Choose to Rise Above Yourself

Friday, December 13th, 2013

Here is a great spiritual secret: the only time we ever “fail” at anything in our lives is when we mistakenly walk away from what has challenged us before we’ve allowed it to teach us its secret ways.

Imagine we want to learn a new skill; for fun, let’s say we’d like to run the high hurdles (a lot like life, isn’t it?). Perhaps we buy an instruction book; maybe go watch runners compete at the track. A good beginning, but eventually we must learn by doing; we must leap for ourselves. Our first attempts to sail over the hurdle usually fail. More than likely, we crash! And we know we missed the mark because we’re on the ground. So, we pick ourselves up. We try again. Maybe we try running at a different speed, or we work to better time our jump. And we progress because each time we come up short, we make changes. We have realized that part of what it takes to succeed requires that we let go of what hasn’t worked in our approach.

Pain: Is Pain Good Or Bad?

Monday, November 25th, 2013

There are many things that are part of the human experience, and pain is one of them. Pain can come in many different forms and is not limited to one form. This can be: physical mental and emotional. On one side it can be seen as nothing more than a problem and something that one must try to remove at all costs.

It has even been said that in this day and age with the way the world is ‘advancing’, that all pain should be removed from the human experience. And how this would not only be the next stage, it would also be what is ethical.