Molly’s Blog

More About Self-Observation

The ability to observe oneself is so important for our conscious evolution both as individuals and as a collective. Let’s discuss Self-observation and how it is a misunderstood concept. If we think we can already observe ourselves, we are missing out on a key...

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We Have Three Brains

  In the initial stages of transformation, understanding the three brains, a concept I discovered in the Fourthway Work is necessary. We have different ways of accessing information and interpreting our life in the form of thought, feelings and our body....

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I Am Not My Emotions

Not expressing negative emotion means just that, to stop the external expression of negativity. It implies that we understand that the emotion is not ‘I’, that our identity is separate from it. P. D. Ouspensky I practice not expressing my negativity in order to know...

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The Power of Ritual

  There was a time in my life when I discredited ritual as a way to rebel against my church upbringing in which I found everything to be so hypocritical. I somehow embraced that rejection despite the recognition of beauty and meaning through the music, the...

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The Importance of Journeys

    I am days back from a two week trip in Greece where we ate wonderful food, delighted in the clear waters of the Mediterranean, and took in lots of sun and Greek culture. We talked with people also traveling from many countries as well as the residents in...

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The Resurgence of Sound Healing

  Recently just before the eclipse, I attended a sound bath healing session with our local Awareness School group. We visited House of Sacred Sound with Gabriel Juzon who has now dedicated his life to this type of healing. In fact, I asked him at the end about...

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Transitions

Transitions are hard... period. Whether you are going through divorce, having your first baby, or sending your last child to college, each situation brings longing, fear, and the weirdest sense of anticipation. I am trying not to live in the future, in which i imagine...

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Why we are all susceptible to suggestibility

“Of these abnormal being-particularities, the particularity of their psyche the most terrible for them personally is that which is called ‘suggestibility.’ Gurdjieff If only we could realize the extent to which suggestibility plays a part in our lives. We are running...

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Let’s Not Underestimate Downtime

Let's not underestimate the importance of downtime. I have found that I need to rest as hard as I work. I have to hit the refresh button and make room for new ideas. My past experience has told me again and again that it doesn't work to drive oneself into the ground....

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The Perils of Visiting Family

I am still reeling from my family visit last week. I am not reeling in a good way. I am contemplating never going back, like I do every year, but then June comes along and I do it again. A year passing makes it easy to forget. Parts of my vacation are enjoyable and...

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Conscious Shock

    Sometimes we get really stuck. We don't know where to go or what to do and it is at this very moment that we need conscious shock. Let’s continue with looking at some aspects of the law of three. I delineated in my previous video on The Law of Three that...

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Embracing Resistance: The Third Force

You may be surprised to know that embracing resistance can be life changing. When two forces are present, something magical happens. There then is a possibility of a third force coming in to allow ease and grace. Newton’s third law of motion comes to mind which states...

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Four Kinds Of Suffering

Intentional suffering conjures images of monks wearing hair suits and practicing self flatulation, kids cutting themselves and people with masochistic tendencies. That kind of suffering has nothing to do with intentional suffering. It is the ego manifesting our inner...

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