Polarity Processing

Uroborus = Psychological Wholeness

My favorite book on processing our “stories,” especially the ones that keep us stuck in negativities, is “The Marriage of Spirit: Enlightened Living in Today’s World” by Leslie Temple-Thurston.

In donna cerca donna Ferrara the first part of the book she teaches us the cosmic laws of living in a dualistic world. In coppia cerca uomo Prato the second part she walks you through three very powerful processing techniques meant to help dislodge the grip our shadows have on us. The first processing technique — uomo cerca trans Genova polarity processing — I will outline here.

There are 7 steps to the Polarity Processing Technique.

  1. Pick an experience.
  2. Write a description of the experience.
  3. Pick out the theme words and phrases.
  4. Make a list of the theme words and phrases.
  5. Find the opposites.
  6. Offer it up with a prayer.
  7. Wait for grace.

Start by writing out in detail a story that has gripped you. Write out all the details, the feelings and thoughts related to this story. Just let it flow until you have extinguished your view from every angle on this story.

Next go through with a highlighter and highlight all the theme words and phrases that trigger you.

On a separate sheet of paper draw a line down the center. On the left side write out all the theme words. This may take several sheets of paper.

Next on the left side of each word write down the opposite word or phrase.  For instance, if you wrote uomo cerca uomo Napoli hate on the left side, write down donna cerca uomo Genova love on the right side of the paper. If the opposites don’t immediately come to you, use a thesaurus.

The opposite words are the ones you are repressing out of your whole experience of life. They are in your shadow. This process is about transcending duality and embracing both sides as your true and whole experience.

Now offer a prayer of gratitude to god, spirit, angels or whatever you refer to as your higher self. And humbly wait for grace to help heal these imbalances within you.

The Path to Wealth: Seven Spiritual Steps to Abundance


My new favorite book this season is by May McCarthy called The Path to Wealth: Seven Spiritual Steps to Abundance. I usually avoid gimmicky sounding books, but this one came across my radar while listening to George Noory’s radio show – Coast to Coast AM.

What I like best about her work is the way she blends her business savviness with her spirituality. For instance, she calls her higher-self the Chief Spiritual Officer (CSO).

Her book outlines a 7 step gratitude practice.

  1. Read something inspiration for about 10 minutes.
  2. Write a letter to your CSO.
  3. Read the letter out loud and with emotion.
  4. Using your imagination visualize what you are creating in your life.
  5. Notice the gentle and not so gentle nudges from your CSO.
  6. Celebrate and record in your demonstration journal all the ways your CSO has guided you.
  7. Right before you go to bed make a quick list of gratitudes for the day and make a quick list of people you need to forgive and forgive them.

I added this practice to my morning practices and it has really made a huge difference in my life. I especially like writing down all the daily guidances I get from my CSO in my demonstration journal.


Below is a template for the Daily CSO Letter. Try it for 30 days

Exercise Write out a CSO letter using the following guide:

Dear CSO, Thank you for my . . .

(List what you have and are grateful for.)

1. __________________________________________________
2. _______________________________________________
3. ___________________________________________________
4. ___________________________________________________

Thank you for my . . .

(List what you want as gratitude statements, as though you already have them.)
1. ___________________________________________________
2. ___________________________________________________
3. ___________________________________________________
4. ___________________________________________________

Thank you, CSO, for your universal power operating in my life. For all this good and more, I give great thanks. I now release these words to the law, truth, and power of the universe and know that it is done.

With gratitude and love,

Hiring the Heavens


I never resonated with The Secret, and in particular, the Abraham-Hicks material. It’s not that I didn’t believe in the law of attraction. It was more about the damage to self-esteem that I witnessed in my clients when it did not work for them. Also, I despise any system that claims to be the end-all-be-all for everything. The only concept that might apply for the end-all-be-all is death; and nowadays I doubt even that. Furthermore, these approaches did not honor the role of other worldly beings; call them angels, gods, spirit guides, ancestors, etc. What matters is acknowledging the co-creating process between you and these other worldly beings.

As some of you know, I love GaiamTV.com. One of my favorite hosts on this site is Regina Meredith. Last month I watched her interview with Jean Slatter, the author of Hiring the Heavens: A Practical Guide to Developing Working Relationships with the Spirits of Creation and became very excited about her simple no nonsense approach to manifesting.

hiringtheheavensJean Slatter’s drawing about the relationship of you and the other worldly beings is key to understanding how and why her “Hiring the Heavens” process works. (See drawing.) The stars are staff from heaven assisting you in your pursuits.

She explains how to hire a temporary spiritual agent for the small tasks; and how to form a spiritual committee for the larger projects. Using the simplicity of Asking and Receiving which reminds me of Matthew 7:7 — Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you — Slatter suggests only a few guidelines to assist in your “Hiring the Heavens” process: Be Playful, Cultivate an Attitude of Gratitude, Intend for the Highest Good, Feel your Wants, Have Faith, Stay Unattached and Be Patient.

About Converising with your spiritual staff Slatter wrote:

Just be open and aware, listen for what your spiritual workforce is trying to tell you. Discover your mode of receiving inspiration. Pay attention to the synchronicities and seeming coincidences that show up, and then follow their lead. It will begin happening with such frequency that you’ll have no doubt Spirit is involved. You’ll just know. It’s like a friend talking to you. The transmissions will be as clear as day.

As soon as I began following Slatter’s “Hiring the Heavens” process my manifesting efficacy increased remarkably. I can’t recommend her book enough.

May you all begin hiring your spiritual staff and manifest all you desire in life that has the most benevolent outcome for all.