The Artist’s Way by Julia Cameron beautifully combines my interests in creativity, spirituality, and writing all in one little awesome guidebook for the responsible rationalists like me who have paid homage to the Inner Critic for most of our lives for one good reason or another. I have lived my life responsible for my children … Continue reading Meta: Reflection on The Artist’s Way
"It turns out that when you stop clinging to the safety and security that you think you have found in a particular lifestyle, other people, your carefully constructed identities, or material things, you find your way home to your truth." The original title for this piece was "Meta: Choosing or Clinging." I wrote it more … Continue reading The Call to Insecurity
Dear Dr. Jordan B. Peterson, Thank you for being: Courageous, Informed, Logical, Intense, Persistent, and Passionate. I suppose you could say I have deeply immersed myself in a self-made course called, ‘The life and times of Dr. Jordan B.Peterson.’ I have been reading your book, Maps of Meaning (Routledge, 1999), reading about you online, watching … Continue reading Dear Dr. Jordan B. Peterson
What does it mean to follow your path, your soul's calling? I am learning that finding my purpose doesn't have a whole lot to do with thinking, as if a problem needs solving or something needs "figuring out." If anything, my rational mind very often seems to get in the way. (See Julia Cameron's The Artist's … Continue reading A Soul’s Calling.
Rationalizing voice: I have to wait to share this site with friends until I can produce enough perfectly awesome perfectly revised and perfectly edited content that can withstand criticism and ridicule. Fear/ Inner Critic: (My ego isn't ready! I can't be that vulnerable!) Rationalizing voice: I will have to wait until I figure out what this … Continue reading Waiting to be exposed, I mean, publish.