Blog Posts - Spotted Eagle



Why Is This Happening?

"We all know in our hearts the truth of the saying, 'This is happening for a reason.' The implication is that we will never truly know what the reason is. The biological human has a mind that gravitates to shame, blame, guilt, outrage, and pity. When...
by Steel-Toed Moccasin on Jul 27, 2011

Free Will

“Free will – now there is a tricky business. After all, it is freedom of choice that results in most of what gets created in our lives. There are questions implicit in this realization that it is our choices which ultimately create the outcom...
by Steel-Toed Moccasin on Mar 21, 2011

Peaceful Thoughts

By Marvin Luzum Speaking for myself I find that being in a state where my mind is at peace is oftentimes very elusive. I can’t help it that I am human and being that, I respond to the internal pressures, some innate, but most learned, that I mu...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Mar 21, 2011

Wisdom from Spotted Eagle

By Rebecca Traver “It is imperative that when we think of truth, that we understand it as more about our truth in this now. Otherwise, we might become confused by believing that there is some sort of universal, ideal, unchanging truth out there...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Feb 20, 2011

Wisdom from Spotted Eagle – Adaptability

By Rebecca Traver “Adaptability is the ability to fit our strategies to the conditions we face. Adaptability implies that we are able to modify something to make it more suitable to the circumstances in which we find ourselves. For many of you,...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Feb 12, 2011

Wisdom from Spotted Eagle

By Rebecca Traver “Other people do not take away your freedom. If you feel rejected, suffocated, angry, frustrated, or resigned about a relationship, it is time to examine your attachment to maintaining that relationship in its current form. If...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Jan 25, 2011

Wisdom from Spotted Eagle

By Rebecca Traver “Pay attention to the truth that transition marks the death of the old way of being. It is not something we put off until we are certain what to do. People think they have to know exactly what will happen before they embark up...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Jan 14, 2011

Pattern Recognition & Transformation

By Rebecca Traver One of the most important, yet undervalued, aspects of the transformational process is in realizing that we cannot transform anything that has not already been created. This may seem self-evident, but, really, is this the quality of...

The Heart’s Desire

By Rebecca Traver After all these years, I still have a lot to learn about how to resolve conflicts in a manner that doesn’t play into the domination / subservience model which is my conditioned default position when I am feeling especially thr...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Nov 23, 2010

Must the Spiritual Path Be Difficult?

Many people get seduced into thinking that by walking a spiritual path they will obtain some sort of divine protection from anything that is too difficult and too painful. The fact is, the spiritual path is difficult. No matter how you slice it, it...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Aug 23, 2010

The Economics of Change

By Jennie Marlow It’s been two years, and yet I am still receiving podcast requests from those who attended the chat that I and Peter Matthies, Founder of the Conscious Business Institute, gave in March 2008, before the economy collapsed. In th...

HDN FEAR

By Rebecca Traver “It’s not because things are difficult that we dare not venture. It’s because we dare not venture that they are difficult.” — Seneca A couple of afternoons ago as I was getting into my car I noticed that a jeep in...

The Gifts of a Willing Heart

“Many of you have a habit of allowing your Mind to drag you off into its fearful imaginings about the future. Notice that you are very willing to believe in the terrors you imagine even though most of them never come to pass. Notice that the mo...
by Steel-Toed Moccasin on Apr 30, 2010

Embracing Uncertainty

By Euphrasia Carroll My interest in overcoming fear feelings around massive uncertainty (both real and imagined)… this is what prompted me to study, practice, and apply this model. When I say “this model,” I am referring to the evolving wor...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Apr 27, 2010

What Is Fear?

By Jennie Marlow Question: Help me with the word fear. For me, the word has come to mean awe. Or a verb, an arrow pointing me to the unknown, a place of resistance sometimes, and a trusting that an opening will occur. Fear is a painful emotion caused...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Apr 23, 2010

Taking a Lesson from Monty Python

By Jennie Marlow How we deal with life can look a lot like that old Monty Python sketch called, “The Fish Slapping Dance.” We really do think we are so clever as we dance around our fears and issues, playing at confronting them, prancing to-and-f...

Are the terms ‘unconscious’ and ‘unaware’ synonymous?

By Jennie Marlow The term unaware can be used to describe something unconscious, however, unaware can also mean that we simply do not have the means to know something. For example (while not strictly true), we could say that before 1492, people we...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Mar 19, 2010

Does Money Make Us Free?

“Financial freedom has little or nothing to do with the amount of money or assets you possess. If you are stockpiling money and assets believing that this makes you secure, or if you are fearful that without a stockpile you are doomed to povert...
by Steel-Toed Moccasin on Mar 17, 2010

The Body Human

By Rebecca Traver Lately, I’ve been noticing that my attention has been gravitating to pondering the physical aspect of being human. Like many, I have been influenced by the recent political and corporate debates over health care and insurance...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Mar 11, 2010

Cosmic & Personal Evolution & Transformation

By Diana Caughell We marvel at how perfectly synchronized and in harmony everything is on this planet we call Earth. After the growth period of spring and summer, she is retracting into the dormant period of autumn and winter. Without our doing, ever...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Feb 22, 2010


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