Looking into the saga of male dominance
I found this interview between Gaia’s Regina Meredith and author/counselor Zeus Yiamouyiannis, PhD (!) interesting, engaging, and just plain enjoyable to watch. If you’ve found the matter of true and deep connection with the opposite sex (or polarity) daunting, this might be for you.
The fact that Zeus is Regina’s husband was a fun surprise to me, right off the bat. A dynamic duo, they are: two people doing the good work of expanding consciousness (and love :) join forces and beam out to us from Sedona. Zeus seems to me an aware, articulate, high-vibe and good-humored man (known as “Dr Zeus”), and as such has earned a place on this esteemed blog. Such an honor! ;)
Intro blurb and the video follow: Continue reading
(And are you one to your friends? A delicate balance… ox Whitehawk)
Who Are The Friends Of Your Soul?
By Dr. Lissa Rankin MD
I used to think that friends were the people who unconditionally comforted you when you felt wronged, showed up for you when you felt needy and insecure, joined you in righteous indignation when you felt angry, and validated you when life isn’t going your way. I thought friends would be unconditional cheerleaders, and you would always feel better after being with a friend. But lately, I’ve realized that my most valuable friends are the ones who stand for my soul, even when that means saying something my ego doesn’t want to hear.
When a friend stands for your soul, she holds you accountable to your highest potential and expects you to do the same for her. When a friend stands for your soul, she understands how your ego operates- and loves and accepts you in spite of- even because of- what she knows. But she doesn’t sit by complacently when she watches you create your own suffering. She calls you on it lovingly, and pushes you in the direction of your highest self.
No “Story Fondling”