What do we mean when we talk about self-help? There are lots of self-help websites on the web. The most important thing we can do to help our “self” is to recognize our oneness with God. Sometimes though, actually probably most of the time, daily living leaves us scrambling to feel the peace and freedom we have a right to as God’s idea. This “self-help” website is all about helping you gain access to your true self, your true identity more and more, everyday. Communing with God, or just quieting our thought, stilling an insistent fear, trying harder to trust, doing some good thing, gratitude – these are the human steps we can take to get closer to God and become more receptive to feeling His guidance, His presence, and the messages that are our right to hear as His children. Self-help websites that turn us to attempt to change ourselves through goals, behavioral changes, or other material means just keep us distracted from where we need to be mentally and spiritually. This tumultuous life is a lie that would try to make us believe that we are subject to the whims of mortality and this earthly plane’s problems. The spiritual truth is where we must fix our thought. It is the “straight and narrow way.”
Finally, realizing that we’re multi-dimensional, we work to “live” our spiritual identity. We make decisions, we pursue goals, we maintain our homes and fix our cars, we plan travel and buy new stuff – well, I talk about that too. Where ever I can share something that might help or at least be interesting, I do!
Donna Davis is an author, blogger, and performer. She’s the author of “That’s None of Your Business And Other Things God Told Me”, the true story of feeling God’s guidance upon coming across a man dying in the street. The book tells the angel messages I received and pondered over the subsequent few years. Those messages blossomed for me into life lessons I thought could be helpful for others. You can buy “That’s None of Your Business” on Amazon here.