Straight from the horse’s mouth, here are 13 quick notes of reasonable advice that can help any human being be more loving, balanced, and wholesome.
13 Notes of Reasonable Advice
Here’s some reasonable advice about using products on our bodies:
1. Do not buy any soap, other than pure soap. The only brand that meets the highest mark is Dr. Bronner’s. Their jug of rose soap is lovely and effective. Their bars of lavender and citrus soaps are wonderful. You can add baking soda to Dr. Bronner’s liquid peppermint, rose, lavender, and citrus soaps and make your own laundry detergent.
2. Do not buy cosmetics that have any unnatural ingredients in them. Most of them have metals that get into your blood and cause damage and disease. It’s best to make your own lotions from all-natural cream bases.
3. Do not buy deodorant. It either has chemicals in it and/or blocks your pores and causes illness down the line. Whatever you put into your armpits goes directly into your bloodstream. Use warm oil at night to nourish it. Wipe it off with a steamy, hot cloth. If your diet is healthy, over time, you will have very little smell coming from that part of your body.
Some reasonable advice about relationships…
4. You can exit a relationship at any time. Your primary relationship is with The
Universe, not individuals. Boundaries are helpful; exits can be transcendent. Why break yourself to appease people who have no interest in making room for who you are?
5. Angry people are often the most loyal – until you judge them into the ground for their anger. Like all emotions, we must allow ourselves to feel them as much as we can and then find healthy pathways to release them. We can’t blame anger for being itself. The Sedona Method is the purest method of healing and release on Earth.
Reasonable advice about the beliefs and desires that rule us:
6. Living in tiny religious boxes, believing that your representation of God is “the only one,” will leave you limited while living and also upon your death. Embrace all love-based religions as doorways to the illumination of the Self. In most cases, the stories are repeated from one religion to the next, but with different deity names and timeframes. To The Divine Consciousness that permeates all reality, these stories are nothing.
7. Telling everyone your secret desires and goals leaks energy and gives your ego the illusion that it is satisfied. Over time, the chemicals related to healthy creative aggression will subside, and you will give up on the desire or goal – or perform it half-heartedly with little success.
8. Most desires will result in pain. Some will result in joy and then pain. The majority of our desires are useless to us, often defrauding us of our happiness. Thoroughly vet your desires and goals before diving into them. Put them through the most arduous scrutiny before deciding to pour your lovely heart into them or bring them to life.
9. Conspiracy theories are built for fragile, childish, egoistic minds to appease their fear of uncertainty. The vast majority of conspiracy theories are untrue. Even if you found a conspiracy theory that is true, what can you really do about it at this point in your life? Besides blabbering on about it, what are you willing to actually do or sacrifice? Nothing! Because you are not 100% certain about it and the conspiracy has no tangible impact on your life. 99% of conspiracies are nothing more than marketing funnels for ideologues or toxic gossip created for idiots. Focus on allowing uncertainty in your life so that you do not waste so much energy on childish things that you fail at concreting love and joy in your life.
Reasonable advice about what we put in our bodies:
10. Sugar is bad for you. If you drink a glass of orange juice, it yields an overwhelming amount of sugar for your body. Drink water. Make orange juice a weekly cocktail.
11. Ice in your beverages is bad for you. Your body needs room temperature or warm beverages to assist in digestion. Ice stops the flow. Warmth keeps it moving.
Reasonable advice about activism:
12. Healthy masculinity, feminity, men, and women are strong, robust, resourceful, and never play the victim. Toxic masculinity is most often obvious and requires drastic repercussions. Toxic femininity and toxic feminism hide behind contrived, judgmental new-age concepts and trending varieties of cancel culture. Canceling someone you never knew is just a harsher form of gossip. Canceling someone does not help their soul advance – it drives them deeper into their wounds and self-hatred. Each of us is masculine and feminine: You were male or female in many prior lives. Be more allowing and truly get to know someone before spreading gossip. Look at yourself deeply and address your own misconceptions before barking wildly at the moon. Why waste so much energy on someone else’s illusion?
13. Non-allyship of brands you hate does nothing for anybody. This is just another form of toxic, passive, do-nothing gossip. It’s what preachy bullshitters do when they have too much free time and not enough intelligence to evaluate the trajectory of it. If you don’t like a brand, buy something from a different brand. Breaking a brand with non-allyship sends a terrible message – and it wastes the possibility of the brand and its employees experiencing transformation and transcendence into a new way of doing and being. If you’re motivated to help, then get involved with the brand. Inform it, inspire it, and reach out to the decision-makers. Not buying Chick-fil-A because the CEO is an LGBTQ+-hating jackoff does nothing for anybody. The more loving you are, the more people will change. There’s always another way. Even if a wave of non-allyship shuts a company down, the investors and executives will find new pathways to express their prejudice. Non-allyship is egoistic and it wastes an
opportunity to help others grow.
More Reasonable Advice from Paul Wagner
Paul Wagner is an Intuitive Life & Business Coach, clairvoyant reader, and a five-time EMMY Award-winning writer. He created “THE PERSONALITY CARDS,” a powerful Oracle-Tarot deck that’s helpful in life, love, and relationships. Paul studied with Lakota elders in the Pecos Wilderness, who nurtured his empathic abilities and taught him the sacred rituals. He has lived at ashrams with enlightened masters, including Amma, the Hugging Saint, for whom he’s delivered keynotes at Her worldwide events.
Paul tours the world lecturing on spiritual liberation. He lovingly offers intuitive readings, inspirational coaching, and illuminating courses to help others with self-discovery, decision-making, healing, and forgiveness. Book a session with Paul: HERE