Firing God by Cheryl Abram (Author)

Cheryl Abram was also at the end of her rope: her life was falling apart on every level and she had ‘succeeded’ in making herself unworthy, incomplete and separate. Then, one day this practicing Christian took a ‘leap of doubt’ and fired God, or at least the God she had created.

Cheryl’s outward circumstances did not miraculously improve – this is not a fairy-tale story of allowing abundance into her life. Rather, as she puts it: I’m no longer afraid, anxious or expectant. It’s still about me, but the “me” is not the “me” that I thought it was. It’s not a little limited human being that was born and will die. I am not that. As a human being, I can see that I am connected to everything around me. I am a whole part of the tapestry of this world. We are all here for and as each other. To read how that came about and what it means in an everyday life for Cheryl and the implications for you and me, dive into the pages of this book.

A last word from Cheryl: I’ve just added a little sexy, brown-sugary southern Louisiana sweetness to the enlightenment pool.

Cheryl Abram was born in 1975 in Houma,Louisiana. She is a mother of 4 and currently lives in Northern Virginia. A graduate of the Catholic University of America in Washington D.C. she holds a Master’s degree in Social Work and a Master’s of Science in Quality Systems Management. A life-long learner, Cheryl is an Army veteran working as a learning and development specialist in a federal government agency in Washington DC.


Firing God by Cheryl Abram

Published on Mar 8, 2015

This is a talk about my book Firing God (available on Amazon) and how I came to write the book. to find my book Firing God, go to this link on Amazon…

Indestructible You: Building a Self that Can’t be Broken by Shai Tubali (Author), Tim Ward (Author)

Indestructible You is a practical guidebook for making yourself so strong inside that life’s relentless ups and downs cannot shake you and cannot break you. It will help you uncover the powerful, driving force of your true self, and let go of everything that holds you back.

The book is based exercises and practices developed by Shai Tubali through his research and work guiding several hundred individuals through psycho-transformational processes. In essence: Life is like an eternal seesaw. At every given moment you’re either up – getting what you want and feeling powerful, or down – finding yourself rejected, weakened and frustrated. We are forever hoping to bend the laws of this ‘unfair game’ so that we stay on the up-side of life. But this unrealistic insistence is why we suffer. Indestructible You reveals the way to step down from the eternal seesaw and build an unbreakable self, a self that remains fearless and strong no matter what life throws at you.

Shai Tubali is a published author and international speaker who specializes in the field of self-transformation. He lives in Germany.

Tim Ward is the author of seven books, including the best-selling What the Buddha Never Taught and Savage Breast: One Man’s Search for the Goddess. His travel stories have appeared in 13 anthologies, including Traveler’s Tales Best Travel Writing 2006, 2010, 2011 and 2012. Tim is also the publisher of Changemakers Books (an imprint of John Hunt Publishing). He also co-owns Intermedia Communications Training with Teresa Erickson, his wife and business partner. They live in Bethesda, Maryland.


We Are the Mystery

Donald Trump – Vedic Astrology Case Study

Published on Jul 24, 2015

Donald Trump – Vedic Astrology Case Study

Living Nonduality: Enlightenment Teachings of Self-realization by Robert Wolfe (Author)

This is a newly improved Kindle formatting of Living Nonduality: A collection of 238 concise, illuminating discussions covering 444 pages investigating what it means to live without division. Robert Wolfe (also the author of The Gospel of Thomas: Enlightenment Teachings of Jesus, and One Essence: The Nondual Clarity of an Ancient Zen Poem) discusses modern and ancient nondual teachers and explores the enlightenment teachings of Jesus, Buddha, Krishnamurti, Ramana Maharshi, Nisargadatta and others. Other chapters explore the relation between modern scientific understanding and spiritual insight. It is not only a personal reflection on the nondual experience, but a useful and challenging spiritual “travelogue” to the history and contemporary field of enlightenment teachings.

Here is a selection from the preface, Self-realization is not a Religion:

“There is probably no person alive who has not pondered that which some intellects have termed “ultimate reality” — the source of animation and activation that expresses the phenomenon that we call life. Because this noumenon is immaterial, to the senses, it is sometimes described as “spirit”.

“An interest in the spiritual need not have any inherent relationship with what is defined as religion. It can be free of: required beliefs; worship of forms (or even the absence of form); dictates of regulated behavior; or ideas of right versus wrong. It can be free of all doctrine or dogma, allowing you to discern and verify for yourself what is true.

“In the latter category, is an area of interest in ultimate reality (or the “spiritual”) which is referred to as self-realization. This is a direct, unmediated confirmation of the nature of truth concerning the root questions of worldly existence: what can be said about this life?
There is a motivation for exploring this area, this personal investigation into our intrinsic essence. Each person, universally, possesses a sense of immediate and unique presence. This specialized sense of personification results in an experiential image or form which is characterized as our ego.

“This ego plays a pivotal and crucial role in our relationships with other life forms. Resolving the questions about the nature of ultimate reality can have a profound effect on the isolation or alienation that we countenance from within the perspective of our encapsulating, or self-limiting, ego. It is this ego which is the progenitor of the bulk of the conflict which we daily experience, for the duration of a lifetime.

“The consequence of the internal inquiry, into what you are that is in transcendence of the individual ego, is the revelatory awareness that is known as self-realization. This can be independent of any and all of the behaviors and attitudes that are associated with religion. This is not an inquiry into the supposed existence (or non-existence) of a god or gods, but an investigation into the relationship (if any) between the self, that you are conscious of, and the ultimate reality in which you are conscious of it. And this is a discovery which can be immediate and direct, without reliance on any religious propositions.”


Living Nonduality “Quotes”

Robert Wolfe reads a few quotes from his book Living Nonduality as prelude to a discussion held at the Krishnamurti Library in Ojai, California.

No Mirror, No Dust | The Nonduality of What Is. Robert Wolfe discusses the nonduality of “This is as good as it gets.” Robert is the author of Living Nonduality: Enlightenment Teachings of Self-Realization, and The Gospel of Thomas: The Enlightenment Teachings of Jesus. (

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