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Your Core Being’s Role in Your Daily Reality

Our Core Being plays a central role in our day-to-day existence. It is the very ground of being. It is what makes us a “human being” rather than a “human doing.” It is our internal place of peace, silence, solace and absolute bliss. It is also where we hold our inner treasures in sacred trust.

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Recognize the Value of Separation & Unification on Your Journey

Our journey is like wandering in the wilderness. Over and over we find our true path, only to lose our way again. It is a learning process of separation and unification. Each time we become lost we must re-group and learn how to find our way again. This is a natural state of our spiritual evolution. Separation and unification has to occur as our consciousness evolves.

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Activate Your Actualizing Ego

It is important to introduce another part of our Ego that has a mediating influence for our Basic Ego. This is the part of us that when used, helps us advance more rapidly and completely on our Journey Quest. Our Actualizing Ego is the adult Ego that is wise, self-reflective, intuitive part of us that helps us manage our Basic Ego needs.

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Make Friends with Your Ego

Our Ego is a very powerful part of us. We need it to survive and thrive. When we think of our Ego as “evil” or “twisted” or “selfish” rather than as an important ally to be used appropriately, we get ourselves into trouble.

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Emotional Self-Abandonment

Unfortunately, abandoning ourselves emotionally is an all too common occurrence in our American culture. Often as children our parent’s emotional neglect and/or abuse, coupled with our tough hyper-competitive culture, caused us to suffer so much unnecessary emotional pain. As adults we can use our emotions and self-compassion to come home to ourselves.

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The Band-Aid Approach to Depression & Addictions

There are prominent theories these days about depression and addictions being chemically or genetically-based. These theories, however, are not scientifically proven. They also too often focus on drugs and symptom management to make us more “functional” without ever addressing the deeper emotional and spiritual causes.

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Untruths We Have Learned

There are untruths we have learned about ourselves and the world that lead us further away from ourselves. Being at peace and in a love state within is what we all really yearn to experience. This is the internal sense of success that no one can take from us. Our love and self-compassion cry out for us to claim them, yet even though they are always there, they are not always easy to find.

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On Religion and Spirituality

Humans have an unconscious and instinctive need to believe in the supernatural. We are pulled in by a story that tells us we belong to and are connected to something greater than ourselves. Organized religion can fulfill this instinct, yet organized religion often creates a human dilemma.  It provides us with a story, which is the good part, and on the other side of the coin is the question; “Does the story the organized religion tells create in some a far greater fear than it assuages?” 

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Why Most Relationships Have “Issues”

Most relationships have one thing that can destroy them more than anything else, which is we take everything too personally. The fact is most of the time when our intimate partners think they are telling us about how we are “making them angry,” they are really telling us more about themselves.

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Oh No, the Children Have Taken Over!

When children are in charge of the family they can throw temper tantrums to get what they want. When the temper tantrum is ignored and the parents do not allow the child to rule the household, the child will likely learn how to control their Ego. It is the parent’s job is to teach their child limits and boundaries that will help them grow up to become a mature and responsible adult. In our house, which is planet Earth, we have children who have never grown into full adulthood.

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