Episodes by Author: David McLeod

Safety & Trust (Jun 29, 2020)

The current world situation—a pandemic coupled with wide-spread protesting—has magnified an environment of fear that threatens both safety and trust. It is difficult to remain grounded and centered in such …

React or Respond? (Jun 15, 2020)

In every situation or circumstance that appears in your life, you have two options: you can react or you can respond. The option you choose can have a big impact …

Spontaneous Knowing (Jun 1, 2020)

Most of us are aware of a pretty common phenomenon in which we seem to discover an answer we seek when we least expect it. It appears in a delightful …

Believe it… or Not (May 18, 2020)

We have beliefs about virtually every aspect of life, from the macroscopic down to the microscopic, and these beliefs shape the way we perceive reality and influence almost every choice …

Is Fear Real? (May 4, 2020)

Conventional wisdom would have us believe that fear is an illusion, that it is all in our minds and that we should ignore it or rise above it. However, is …

Radical Self-Acceptance (Apr 20, 2020)

We are all blessed with a powerful ego-mind that is meant to be a tool for safety and survival in the physical world. Unfortunately, the ego-mind has a life of …

The Best Defense (Apr 6, 2020)

Ego defense mechanisms start out pretty benignly as a way to protect us and keep us safe. But what often happens is that they tend to become less and less …

The E-Love-Ation Process (Mar 23, 2020)

In a time when widespread isolation, loneliness, fear and anger seem to be growing at a rapid rate, nothing could be more important than unconditional love and healing. In this …

Conscious Self-Creation (Mar 9, 2020)

For many of us, who we are and how we show up in the world seem to be largely determined by the circumstances of our lives. We think of ourselves …

Too Many Secrets (Feb 24, 2020)

Humans have an almost universal tendency to keep certain things very private. You may not like a quality or characteristic that you were born with. It may have triggered strong …

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