All Paths Lead Home

maze_smLately while exploring ego versus essence, especially the power of unconscious thoughts and beliefs on how we feel and behave, I realized the thinking mind creates most of the misery in the world and in every one of us.  Everything from guilt, blame, judgment, revenge, pettiness, anger, anxiety, stinginess, to any form of human suffering tracks back to the unfortunate power of the mind and its ability to convincingly distort the truth, to lead us away from what deeply satisfies.  Whenever life doesn’t feel good, thoughts most likely caused it.

In Jin Shin Jyutsu® (JSJ) Japanese acupressure, every project in your physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual state results from disharmony.  The “attitudes” or feelings of worry, fear, anger, sadness, and trying to, which you may or may not experience consciously, cause disharmony.  Yet since thoughts create feelings, all disharmony actually originates in the mind.  Luckily you can also choose not to create feelings and you can harmonize thoughts and feelings with JSJ.

Everything gets viewed from your soul’s perspective in the Akashic Records.  Love and compassion pervade every exploration there, the perfect antidote for the unconscious patterns perpetuated by thinking minds lifetime after lifetime, including this one.  Historically egos created distortions resulting in the full spectrum of inner and outer conflicts.  Fortunately ego can’t thrive in the presence of love and compassion.

You can circumvent the thinking mind through observing it with compassion, through the application of your hands in Jin Shin Jyutsu, and through soul-level investigations in the Akashic Records.  Thus you can tame the mind’s dis-ease and align to your soul’s point of view via mind, body, and/or spirit.

When do you know your thoughts are in charge?  How do you manage your thoughts?


  1. Hi Christy, I couldn’t agree more–“Whenever life doesn’t feel good, thoughts most likely caused it.” Those pesky thoughts or ANTs (Automatic Negative Thoughts) can ruin the brightest of days. Joanne 🙂


    • Hi Joanne,
      Thanks for your comment and bringing your “ANTs” forward again. The acronym captures the crux of the problem, both the automatic nature of the thoughts and their negativity. What a different place the world would be if we had more automatic positive thoughts than negative ones! It seems APT, doesn’t it? 😉
      Wishing you many bright days,


  2. I needed to hear this today, Christy. Ironically (or maybe not so much), I wrote a blog post about tips when you feel depressed at work. Today we took our dog, Ellie, to the vet and said good-bye. I’m comforted by your words, “Fortunately ego can’t thrive in the presence of love and compassion.” Ellie was in pain; to go through a series of tests and treatments would have created more stress and pain. The loving thing to do was to celebrate her life with us and to release her with love and compassion. Wise advice, my friend. 🙂


    • Hi Julie,
      Thank you for sharing. Heartfelt condolences on the loss of your dear dog Ellie – it’s such a difficult choice when it comes “time” but once you know the right thing to do you find the strength to do it and then find ways to comfort yourself around the oh so significant loss. May just what you need come to you in a beautiful way as you grieve your special companion.
      Big hugs,


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