Proof that suffering is imagination

Proof that suffering is imagination–and the power of belief to elicit illusion, which leads to suffering. Suffering is optional because it is based on illusion.

The True Source of Love

VIDEO: Cindy addresses the limitation of love relationships, soulmates, the true source of love, the reality/unreality of the world via separation, who you think you are, three powers you were born with, fear of a future interview, the suffering of imagination, the happiness lie, suffering after someone’s death, the nature of thought, fear being unnecessary, daily death of the thinking mind.

Suicide, Love, Joy, and God

Cindy highlights how happenstance happiness, or object happiness, is temporary, while inner joy, peace, and love never sway, no matter what goes on in life. In this way, it is eternal and Divine. But the radio host asks… “Is the joy you speak about self-centred? Listen to her answer now.

Suicide called ‘large public health problem’ by WHO

…the World Health Organization (WHO) just announced it as such in this article. Now there are articles appearing with the idea that Robin’s suicide was “spontaneous” and not “premeditated” as if that somehow makes it better, or as if there is some version of suicide that is worse or better than another, or worse yet, that some suicidal people are worse than others.

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Why Fighting to Feel Good Fails

In this free audio, Cindy and the Client discuss: Why Fighting to Feel Good Fails, What to do about troublesome thoughts, Where do thoughts come from? What is “space” around a thought? Not using your power of Interest. A non-relationship to thought, Doing not doing. The effortlessness of Being. Your Power of Discernment. How thoughts downward cycle…and more!

Happiness challenge “may lead to sadness”

Our whole of society’s approach to happiness is fundamentally flawed, from the seekers to almost all of the happiness experts. The proof is in this article itself, which has four instances of the false and painful belief that things, people, or events “make” us happy or unhappy. I call it “the happiness lie,” and this mass epidemic is responsible for our astronomically rising stress, anxiety, depression, drug use, and suicide rates. Generation after generation…this unconscious painful belief is caught like a virus by everyone else.