Janet Pearlman Living in the Stream of Yes

Parallel Universe

him, I  lifted my hands in front of my face and made a clockwise twist motion as though turning a dial on a clock before me.

“Let’s shift that focus.” I said, “Fred, go to one of your parallel universes where you flow as happy and things will go well.”

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Kindness on the Path of Change

people had come together about once a month for many years. A member, Madeline, worked as a nurse on a busy hospital ward.  Short handed, the Head Nurse had been frequently asking her to cover shifts for other staff. Madeline liked attending to the needs of patients and enjoyed knowing her service filled an important need.

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Self Love Made Clearer

We want to feel more cared for! But how? This post offers some  illustrations of what acting in self love might look like.

Saying No to a Sleep Over

From her home city New York Laretta taught Pauline much about inner life. Since Pauline lived a distance north from NYC,

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Things Are Always Working Out Well for Me

Alas, at first, if she was honest with herself, she knew she did not feel this in her bones. It was easier if she stated, “Things work out well for me.” Definitely she could point to instances of things going great. But always?

Hey she had blips!

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How To View a Car Blip

a house and scored a new more interesting job.

There she was driving down a sloping hill with rises and falls, cruising along, beautiful scenery. Then literally BAM! A startling accident, her car hit head on, airbag deployed.

Humbly our heroine reaches for looking at life like the words of this blog. 

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Learning to Forgive Myself

Last week we heard about Jalmina and her incident with a car mishap.  That day she pulled the book Radical Forgiveness[1] by Colin Topping off her shelf, looking for relief and finding some help in its pages.  Let’s see how it can help in Karema’s story.

Karema was due a healing session from a colleague,

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Noticing Self Blame Worthwhile

Jalmina had been irritated by a series of things going awry for her. In March her sink backed up, an online account was hacked, her computer had a blip of non-functioning and more– a series of frustrating and unwanted events.

Then one April morning while feeling rushed, irritated and impatient,

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Moments of Grace: We Mean Much to Each Other

In an urban area, a man felt distraught and unable to cope. He walked the streets debating in his mind whether to end his life with razor blades or pills.

Agitated, he was reviewing his options obsessively as he came to a street corner. The cars were stopped waiting for the light.

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Consciously Connect to Good

expressed this understanding:

“Crying out to life, beseeching it to be good, has no effect whatsoever on It. It already is good, Asking it to give you life produces no good results: It has already incarnated in you as you. But inward awareness unifies the intellect with Life and binds the personal man back to the Universal Presence.

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Appreciating As We Can

During the time of that relationship alot was going on for her. She became very ill with a serious chronic disease, felt passionately about expressing herself to a greater degree and explored many radical political views for those times. As her life flowed, she broke up with that husband, continued on,

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