Women can enjoy the benefits of discovering the way of the Integrated Individual. I am honored to have the privilege of narrating an amazing woman’s transformation to self-actualization. Following is her story of another wonderful day in her life—a life of continuous fulfillment and achievement. Here’s the Lady Warrior.
Morning – A New Day Begins
As soon as I awoke, I knew it was going to be a great day. It seems this is a common occurrence since I discovered the way of the Lady Warrior. Now after experiencing this wonderful day I embrace my pillow for a night of sweet dreams…reminiscing about all of my experiences.
Continue reading “Lady Warrior Masters the Social Maze”
Individuals on a spiritual path eventually hear about the virtues of non-attachment and self-denial. Some teachings inform them that desire causes all pain and suffering, which obviously has an element of truth.
Once you become attached to your desires…you ride an endless cycle of alternating pleasure and pain…especially if you’re stuck in the Hive Mind Mentality. The Social Maze becomes a troublesome environment of failure and frustration…with a few minutes of pleasure sprinkled in. Continue reading “Illusions of Self-Denial and Suffering”
Here’s a platitude you’ve probably heard from a social altruist. “This is for the good of society.” Of course, he never defines who this society character is. He assumes everyone knows what he is talking about…or maybe he hopes nobody figures it out. The Integrated Individual understands the dangers involved in doublespeak.
Do you know that Social Altruists believe in selflessness and self-denial. They exhort individuals, such as you, to sacrifice your best interests…and conform to the Hive Mind Mentality.” At different times in history, they used other names for their master, such as “state”, “collective” etc. Whatever they choose to call their brand of slavery, it always means the sacrifice of the individual for the “good” of others…which really means for the benefit of the elite. Continue reading “Power of the Integrated Individual”