" It has been said that the greatest obstacle to enlightenment is getting past your belief that you are not already enlightened!"


“When you do not know what to do, relax and tell yourself that other portions of yourself do know; they will take over. Give yourself some rest."
(Jane Roberts channeling "Seth")


I've written extensively on this blog about how a vibrant sex life significantly benefits your physical and emotional well-being, and I've posted several pieces about the connection between your spiritual nature and your sexuality.

Well, here's a piece from the Huffington Post last year about the financial benefits that come with an active sex life. The article, entitled, "People Who Have Sex At Least 4 Times A Week Make More Money," finds a statistically significant correlation between sexual activity and financial prosperity.

Here's an excerpt from the piece:

"It pays to have more sex. Literally, new research finds. People who have sex four times or more a week earn higher wages than their less-sexually active colleagues at a statistically significant level, according to a discussion paper from Nick Drydakis, a fellow at the Institute for the Study of Labor, a private, independent organization focused on labor market research."

Now, to be clear, detached sex, sex in isolation, or compulsive sex, isn't necessarily a money maker, but rather sex that brings genuine pleasure to you and your partner, and especially sex that is combined with love and Eros, is what can be a path to prosperity.

Here's more from the piece by Nick D:

"See, people who have frequent sex tend to be happier, have higher self-esteem, better reasoning ability and are less likely to be depressed. More sex makes you healthier and happier. And happy, healthy people tend make more money."

I would add, Nick, that happy, healthy people  are inclined to have more sex, too.

This is from an amazing chapter in an amazing book, "PATH OF EMPOWERMENT," by Barbara Marciniak:

"The orgasmic experience connects you with your spirit, reorganizing and revitalizing your cells. Sex is like a rocket booster, and coupled with conscious intent, it can propel you into aspects of reality that can enrich your life. When you are having sex, you are stirring the life-force kundalini energy nestled at the bottom of the spine. Activating kundalini energy by means of sexual pleasure can create direct openings into simultaneous dimensional experiences that have a complete interface with the life you are presently leading."

Nicely said. In other words, folks, through the power of sexual expression and enjoyment, especially via the orgasm experience, especially with someone you love, you can access your creative abilities across the spectrum of dimensions. 

I know it may not seem romantic to meditate on financial abundance while making love, but then again, being broke and worrying about money can definitely be a buzz-kill in bed.


You've heard it before from me on this blog, but Deepak Chopra wants to tell it to you again: meditation can help rev up your sexual energy.

Why is that? Because spiritual energy and sexual energy are the same,

Deepak told HuffPost Live HERE.

Here's Deepak in his own words:

"They're both creative energies of the universe," he said. "You need sexual energy to create a new life, but it's also the creative energy behind any creative work -- whether it's music or art or science - you have some of the same flavors of experience that you have in peak experience of sexuality. So they're very connected."

That's it. That's all.


People often ask me if anyone is without a character structure, that set of stubborn masks, blocks and defenses that encase us from early childhood. When I taught the character structures in my 3-year training program, I answered the question in the first class by playing a Paul Simon song I love, called "Born at the Right Time."

Here are the lyrics to the chorus:

"Never been lonely

Never been lied to
Never had to scuffle in fear
Nothing denied to
Born at the instant
The church bells chime
And the whole world whispering:
'Born at the right time"

I then asked the class: "Okay. Who had that childhood?" Of course, no one raised their hand. "So, basically," I said, "unless you had that childhood, you have a character structure."

Well, someone sent me THIS  a few hours ago. This is what it might look like to be born in such a way that you never develop a character structure. It's beautiful. It's what we're working on in all of our "tribes" right now. In a very real sense, we have all been "born at the right time," including to be here making this great transition!



THIS is a follow-up to the post below, entitled simply but pointedly: "Doctor: 'There’s No Such Thing As ADHD!"

Here's a brief excerpt:

"Dr. Bruce D. Perry is one of the world’s leading pediatric neuroscientists, and he’s making a claim that will rattle the pharmaceutical industry and parents. Perry recently stated publicly that Attention Deficit/Hyper-Activity Disorder isn’t a real disease and suggested that giving children psycho-stimulant medications to kids is dangerous."

Okay, breathe, and just take this in slowly, especially if you are a person who was diagnosed with ADHD, or the parent of a child who was so diagnosed, or even if you are simply someone who has blindly revered or believed in the integrity of the medical profession.


Leon Eisenberg, the psychiatrist who came up with the diagnosis, considered to be "the father of ADHD," admitted on his death bed that the diagnosis was fictitious.

Once again, with feeling - THIS is from the news article on Natural

"On his death bed, this psychiatrist and autism pioneer, Dr. Leon Eisenberg, admitted that ADHD is essentially a 'fictitious disease,' which means that millions of young children today are being needlessly prescribed severe mind-altering drugs that will set them up for a life of drug addiction and failure."

Now, let me say this - while I was involved very early on in the fight against Ritalin, and its relatives like clonapine, adderal, welbutrin...etc. (the list is longer than the wine list at my favorite restaurant), all the "medications" that were given to children diagnosed as "hyperactive" (drugs, in other words, meant to take the edge off of their souls so they could sit still and do their math problems), and while I was very passionate about this fight back in the 1980's and '90's, I do not believe today that anyone is doomed to a life of "addiction and failure." We create our own reality and our abilities to heal emotional, psychological and emotional injuries through holistic means and mainly through raising consciousness is greater than ever collectively and individually.

In addition, I am no longer fighting against the undeveloped forces that ruled the medical and pharmaceutical industries in 3D, because (a.) I am no longer in 3D, and (b.) hating war is not the same as loving peace. Regarding "a." above, in 5D, the medical establishment is transforming itself without my help, as are all the undeveloped forces in business, religion and government, etc., through the exposure of themselves to themselves and/or to the collective consciousness. The very fact of Dr. Eisenberg's deathbed admission speaks to that. 

Regarding "b." above, see my post "NOBODY NEEDS ME (HATING WAR IS NOT THE SAME AS LOVING PEACE!)"

Folks, as I've reminded my readers often, and as I'm being reminded of often as well, this is 5D. It isn't possible any longer to live by the dictates of the ego or the lower self with any amount of "success." Revelation and self-revelation is the order of the day. Stay with it.


That's the titled of a piece in "WHAT SAYING 'I' SAYS ABOUT YOU!"

In my FPL post, GETTING THE EGO OUT OF YOUR "I," I wrote about the problems identifying with one's ego causes. Well, according to a series of studies carried out at the University of Texas at Austin, this shows itself in measurable ways in our language. The studies found that insecure people use the pronoun "I" more than those who are confidant and assured; melancholy souls say it more than ebullient ones. And we use it more when we are suffering, self-conscious, or eager to please.

Why would this be so? How do these findings make sense? Well, you see, when you rely on your ego to solve self-esteem issues in adulthood, your self-esteem actually suffers. You see, the flow of energy in early childhood is of necessity towards "getting." Getting love, recognition, validation, support, etc., from its environment, mainly from the parents or adult caretakers. Thus, the child's verbal expressions very often start out with the phrase, "I want." But if the child is not getting enough from its environment, it starts using the ego, created in childhood by the child, to try and get more - through false emotions and masks, like pleasing or suffering.

In adulthood, the natural flow of energy is outward, expressing into the world, and at its fullest, the expression is of the Higher Self through the adult, so there's very little "I" involved. The feeling in a self-actualized adult is experienced more like a force, greater than "I," coming through the person. Love, creativity, joyfulness all flow outwardly.

So, folks, do your self-work, and deconstruct that identification with your ego, and practice, practice, practice not referring to your ego as "I." Eventually, you'll only be using that pronoun in the simple statement acknowledging your existence as part of All That Is, who once said: "I am that I am."


The problem isn't what you didn't get in childhood; it's that you're still trying to get it. (In other words, the solution to childhood is adulthood!)

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