Ross Bishop

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Adam and Eve

After the six days of creation, Adam and Eve is the first parable in the Bible. It is the opening story that sets the context for the next 1,600 pages. The remainder of the story is to be told through the evolution, conflict, growth, trials and development of humankind.
POSTED ON: July 11, 2016, 10:50 am BY Ross Bishop

Holding Center

So you have trouble staying centered. In touchy situations you loose your calm. You get scared, feel anxious and become defensive. You sometimes do and say things you later regret.
POSTED ON: May 3, 2016, 9:45 am BY Ross Bishop

Your Private Hell

You know the place I am talking about. It is where you keep your sins. It is where you hold the self condemnation for your failures, your mistakes, your errors of judgment. It’s where you keep the pain from the people you’ve hurt and the lies you’ve told. It’s a dark, smelly, unpleasant place.
POSTED ON: September 13, 2016, 2:50 pm BY Ross Bishop

Lose Your Mind

When you learn chemistry or Spanish, you start with the basics and then add more information (knowledge) as you progress. This is the Western/scientific way of acquiring knowledge, and although this approach is fine for many things, it doesn’t work for spirituality.
POSTED ON: August 16, 2016, 6:50 am BY Ross Bishop

Why is Life so Difficult?

I do not have to describe your place of personal darkness. You know only too well the feeling of that dark place and the influence it can have over you. Whether formed by a powerful trauma or simply the painful struggle of growing up, your “shadow” as shamans call it, has the power to seriously disrupt your life.
POSTED ON: September 13, 2016, 4:25 pm BY Ross Bishop

What Does It Mean To "Love Everything?"

I am asked this question frequently. People want to know what I mean when I urge them to “Open their hearts,” and “Love everything.” Most of us spend a good part of our days being closed down, and being open can feel pretty threatening. Some people have never really opened their hearts, and they honestly do not know what it feels like.
POSTED ON: May 10, 2016, 8:10 am BY Ross Bishop