Manage Your Life with Dignity, Intelligence, and Poise
If you feel locked in…
An Addiction or Self-Destructive Lifestyle you want to overcome and discard
A Criminal Past you want to leave behind and move forward
An Existential Rut, Emotional Pain, Insecurity, or Instability you want to heal permanently
Feelings of uncontrolled Anger, Rage, or Resentment you want to change
An Unhealthy Relationship, Family Division, or Social Insecurity you want to rise above
A state of shyness, complacency, or mindlessness and want to wake up and live
And you want help to control your reality, restore your health, or give you solace and comfort, THIS IS NOT FOR YOU.
If, instead, you want to learn to build your mental strength and insight to manage YOUR life better...
We will conscientiously and insightfully guide you to move forward with intelligence, purpose, and poise.
The discourses may, at times. seem tedious or challenging. Yet, life IS difficult And challenging. One cannot overcome a difficult challenge with a simple solution, or it may come back to haunt you. We need to give you precise information, logical deductions, a definition of purpose, and a way to take the ball and run with it
by yourself… for yourself, with yourself.
As you examine them, you will find that they are actually neither complex nor complicated.
A Purpose-Driven Life
Lower life forms have two real reasons for living. One is to get food. The other is to not be food. And when those are satisfied, they will play, rest and sleep. The human being seems to have a higher purpose. It is one of creativity, reason, and spirituality that feed and give value to our being. It is our mental strength.
With mental strength as our purpose, our focus and drive are healthy. Without it, our ability to function can be erratic at the best of times or driven to distraction trying to succeed or, at least, survive for the moment. We do have a choice, however. We can rise to that higher purpose and define a value system that focuses on building our mental strength to be the best we can be. Otherwise, we may live like the lower life forms with value systems that allow us just to live or even to live well.
This is an invitation to choose to be the master of your life, reach to the higher state of creativity, reason, and spirituality so you do because you believe in you, not simply seek to believe in you or have others believe in you for what you have done. Reach for it if you have neglected it. Explore it if you just were not given the tools to recognize and respect it. Expand it if, having started, you need some strategies to energize you on your journey.
You gave me hope when hope was gone. That gave me strength to carry on.
Victor Hugo (paraphrased from Les Miserables)
Our Mission Is to Offer a Comprehensive, Rational Road to Stable Mental Strength
It is quite common for anyone to believe that, when they feel mentally weakened, challenged, or distressed, it is because something is amiss within, that their condition is the result of an illness or has caused one. This may be so in a small minority of cases.
The truth, and the most common reason, is that mental strength is generated by the power of self-worth, a power that must come from within. If you have it, nothing can make you feel weak. Even difficult or totally unknown conditions can either be managed or examined and then managed. If you don’t have it, or if it is poor, weak, or unstable, you will operate with mental weakness and become dependent on the defensive reactions that can cause you to show social insecurity, performance anxiety, or inappropriate, irresponsible, and foolhardy behaviour, and possibly dependent on prescription or designer drugs to experience an artificial and fleeting period of relief.
A poor, weak, or fragile self-worth usually results when you were not taught how to define and appreciate self, when what you were taught to define as self is based on fragile, vulnerable attributes you have little control of, such as, physical strength and stamina, body image, money or possessions, and social ranking or connections. When they are weak, you become weak. And when you have no definition of self, you always feel weak.
The usual response is to save you from the stresses that exacerbate your weakness, or treat your despair with chemicals that help suppress your hurt feelings or inappropriate responses. The least ready option is to know how to scientifically discover the true you, define yourself by that existence, know how to build it, and know how to use the challenges of your social, material, and biological realities to challenge and stimulate that real existence that defines and identifies you.
Are you ready to learn to do this?