Reduce Stress: How to Stop Self-Sabotage Behaviors?

April 29th, 2012

Janie Behr, a life coach, talks about ways we create self-sabotage. Self-sabotage involves beliefs buried in our subconscious mind, which counter our conscious intentions. Janie says, Over reacting to stressful situations is a form of self-sabotage that causes emotional stress. Do you know people who create unnecessary conflictself-sabotages and emotional drama?

Do you engage in a lot of negative self-talk inside your head? Do you interpret positive events as negative? Do you self-sabotage yourself by creating self-fulfilling prophecies to prove your negative beliefs? You can learn how to change the negative self-talk into positive self-talk.


THE ONENESS GOSPEL – by Charlene M. Proctor, Ph.D.

April 24th, 2012

TODAY: New Book Guides You to Discover the Divine Human Within

The Oneness Gospel by Charlene M. Proctor is celebrating its official Amazon launch on Tuesday April 24th, 2012. Get your copy of the book and a collection of downloadable “thank you gifts” at

Oneness GospelIf we were to believe what we see in the media, it would seem there is an overwhelming amount of suffering in the world. Even in the affluent West, chronic stress and depression are frequent topics in the News, affecting so many people in their personal and professional relationships, and their overall happiness.

But in spite of all this, there walk among us a few “spiritual messengers” who see the world quite differently. These guides tell us that the root of suffering lies in our belief that we are separate and alone, when in truth we are all intimately connected to the Divine, the Whole—the One. And when we understand this Oneness fully, we will see and experience Joy all around us.



April 10th, 2012

Today I have the great pleasure of being the host on Day 1 of the Virtual Blog Tour of author Charlene M. Proctor whose book The Oneness Gospel: Birthing the Christ Consciousness and Divine Human in You launches on Amazon on Tuesday April 24, 2012.

Charlene M. Proctor, Ph.D. is an ordained Minister of Spiritual Peacemaking and a “Deeksha” facilitator trained by the oneness guides from Fiji and India. She is the bestselling author of Let Your Goddess Grow! 7 Spiritual Lessons on Female Power and Positive Thinking and The Women’s Book of Empowerment: 323 Affirmations That Change Everyday Problems Into Moments of Potential. Her Midwestern sensibility and spiritual approach to self-empowerment has helped thousands awaken to their Divine magnificence within.

Author Charlene M. Proctor, Ph.D. has written a new book that brings us back to the Essence of true spirituality. The book, entitled The Oneness Gospel: Birthing the Christ Consciousness and Divine Human in You, is a rich mix of science, spirituality and mysticism that transcends the boundaries of religion, and uplifts the reader to that place of Oneness. An ordained Minister of Spiritual Peacemaking and a Deeksha facilitator trained by the oneness guides from Fiji and India, Charlene’s mission in life is to help awaken to their Divine magnificence within all humanity.

Today, I’d like to share with you a recent interview I had with Charlene when I got to ask her some questions on creating consciously, Divine Grace and Divine Human. I hope you enjoy it.

Michael David Lawrience: How can we learn to create consciously with the Divine?


How Do Your Subpersonalities Create Emotional Pain?

April 9th, 2012

subpersonalitiesAs a child when some of our needs were never met, we create subpersonalities – someone different than our real self. We may have become the clown, invisible lost child, hero or the caretaker in our family to adapt and survive.

These false selves, masks, or subpersonalities carry over into our adult lives. As a child they helped us, so we can honor them for that service. They, however, now create emotional pain in our relationships and decrease our measure of happiness.

You may better know subpersonalities as moods or eccentricities of yourself or your family or friends. There he goes acting like a clown again or He thinks he knows it all.

This false self or subpersonality becomes second nature and emerges as stress triggers emotional childhood pain within us. Healing begins when we choose to become aware of our own subpersonalities.