The Power of Observation

The Power of Observation

The eyes are the soul’s window to the world. Many sights pass before the eyes, but it is the soul that watches and observes. Our eyes may see men, but our soul sees men as trees, walking. Observation is the power of using our awareness of our outer and inner world to draw spiritual insights about ourselves and others. The ability to observe and be a student of what we see is at the core of navigating our spiritual path….

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The Apathy Epidemic

The Apathy Epidemic

The bubonic plague, also known as The Black Death, was one of the worst cases of disease virality in known human history. The virus swept across the budding new world and claimed the lives of over 155 million people from 1346 to 1351. Those unlucky souls that happened to contract the disease died slow, lonely, and excruciating deaths. Fortunately, in the 21 century, due to better hygiene practices, sanitation, and medical technology health pandemics are quickly identified, quarantined, and eradicated…

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The Indigo Letters Book Announcement!

The Indigo Letters Book Announcement!

I am proud to announce that on March 27th, the 2-year anniversary of The Indigo Times blog, I will be publishing the book, The Indigo Letters: A Collection of Essays on Spirituality! It is a compilation of my best works over the course of these two years in physical form for you to enjoy! When I first created this blog, I did not have the intention of ever making these writings into an actual book. In many ways, The Indigo…

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The Emergence of the New Dark Age

The Emergence of the New Dark Age

1,500 years ago, across the European countries, religious dogmatism took firm hold of the government and plunged their society into intellectual oblivion for over a millennium. The Catholic institution gained despotic power over civilization, launched gruesome crusades, campaigned violently against every secular view, and controlled the hearts and minds of people through sheer terror and manipulation. The infected minds of the herd were trained to sniff out and obliterate anyone and anything that existed outside of the sphere of Catholic…

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How to Deal with Life’s Curveballs

How to Deal with Life’s Curveballs

What makes life beautiful and bursting with adventure is its inherent unpredictability. But, inversely, it is this inherent unpredictability that can also make life stressful and teeming with insecurity. The moments in our lives that bring spontaneous and serendipitous events is the same that can darken our doorstep with unexpected and distressing news. The curve balls that life throws our way can completely shatter the expectations our brain makes about the future that provide us with a sense of stability….

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