Category: vulnerability

Embracing differences in a divided world

Embracing differences in a divided world

Embracing Differences between people is next to impossible at this time in history.  Democrats vs Republicans.  Americans vs Immigrants.  Religious vs Atheists.  The list of descriptives that separate us far outweigh those that unite us. We all are Spiritual Beings living a human experience. Everyone is focused on what separates us that we forget that …

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The dynamics of depression and its affect on relationships…

The dynamics of depression and its affect on relationships…

I run the danger of criticism for writing my thoughts down and then publishing them here on my blog.   today I want to discuss the dynamics of depression.  So many mistakes have been made in the course of who I have become.   There is a real struggle with some of the relationships I …

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How to improve your relationships….

How to improve your relationships….

How to Improve Your Relationships was originally written in November 2016, I recently came across it and there it was.   The reason my life today is better than it was then. Why I have this wonderful relationship with George, why I find that my friendships are deeper and why I am happier.   I hadn’t realized …

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How existing fortune-telling laws may affect you…

How existing fortune-telling laws may affect you…

To all of those Metaphysical Professionals out there that are charging to remove negative entities from a home you may want to rethink your business.    At least in New York state.  I see and hear many things at psychic fairs and at various gatherings of Metaphysical people and I want to cringe.  Firstly because I …

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The Human Experience – Dealing with Conflict

The Human Experience – Dealing with Conflict

So we are all in agreement that we came here for the human experience.    Some parts of this human experience I am not thrilled about.   Ironically, it it is those parts that I am learning so much from.   We all have free will, we can either do what is right or not. Conflicts seem …

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Rev. Colleen Kulikowski