Life Coach, MetaPhysician

Archive for July, 2010

Who’s in charge

We are comprised of two facets: the spiritual and the physical. The spiritual is my soul. The physical is my body, my ego, my intellect, and anything that comes with it. They cannot share power. At any given moment, one is in charge. At any given moment, one is being fed.
When I’m uncomfortable outside my box, my soul rejoices. It gets closer to its source. Closer to its purpose.
Inside this spiritual truth lies a great secret to gaining greater control in our lives. The discomfort is inevitable. But when we initiate it, it’s on our terms, and by choosing it, we connect to even greater Light than if the discomfort simply befalls us.
Today, be honest and come up with a list of what‘s uncomfortable for you. The stuff that makes you cringe, shirk, turn red – chase those things. The more you find yourself outside of your comfort zone, the more you’ll find freedom from limitations of the physical world.
Yehuda Berg


Finding common ground among faiths can help us bridge needless divides, at a time when unified action is more crucial than ever. As a species, we must embrace the oneness of humanity as we face global issues like pandemics, economic crisis, and ecological disaster. At that scale, our response must be as one.
Harmony among the major faiths has become an essential ingredient of peaceful coexistence in our world. From this perspective, mutual understanding among these traditions is not merely the business of religious believers – it matters for the welfare of humanity as a whole. Dalai Lama

Be yourself

Each and every one of us has a specific task in this world. If we accomplish this task we reveal maximum Light for ourselves and the world. It’s not everyone’s destiny to be a scholar or a spiritual guide. Each person has to find their spot, their unique piece of the puzzle, where they’re doing and
giving their most..
Today, instead of looking at what you’re not doing, consider how you can do more good in what you
are doing.. Yehuda Berg


We are all teachers to someone. And being a teacher is about having the willingness to make the best of what we’ve been given, even if it’s not what fits the mold. It sometimes means working long and hard hours at a relationship, with not so much as a thank you. Yehuda Berg


Our main problem is our subconscious belief system. We think that we are what we believe we are and then live down to that belief. There is nothing wrong about us, existence does not make wrong. We are what we wanted to be as our spiritual challenge, to discovering our innate value. We are buried in opinions! What we think we are, what we think other people think we are. Then using those opinions as an excuse to doubt ourselves and prove to our selves that something is wrong, that we need to change what we are to what we should be. There is nothing wrong with us except the way we think.


Judgment is one of our most difficult habits to change. We were all exposed to judgment from others as a child and are still seeing others opinions as judgment. The Positive purpose of judgment is to choose to use it to improve or change what we will do in the future. We can’t change what we did, we can always choose to do better. Change your focus from what did I do to what can I do better next time and improve your life.

Who are you?

People aren’t where they are. They’re in their head thinking about yesterday or tomorrow. It’s rare to find someone who is here, really here.
Today, catch yourself when you escape to your head. Feel your stomach rising and falling. Look into people’s eyes. Smile at the sky. Notice where your feet are. Ground yourself into reality.
There is something so soothing about sticking to the moment to moment to moment…

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