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"All humans seek the illusive touch of another's Soul, which opens us to the sense of belonging to something bigger than the self. Dr. Kortsch has given us the true "tao" of relationship in this brilliant exploration of emotional tapestry. We will be grateful for this illumination of spiritual partnership for generations to come." Chris Griscom, Spiritual Leader, Author

"Eloquent and comprehensive, showing how your primary love relationship may be a sacred vessel that transports you and your partner to a place of mutual healing and expansion." Robert Schwartz, Author: Your Soul's Gift: The Healing Power of the Life You Planned Before You Were Born

"The Tao of Spiritual Partnership is a unique blend of wit and wisdom; Dr. Kortsch encourages us to take responsibility for our relationships, while recognizing and seizing the opportunities for our own personal spiritual growth." William Buhlman, Author of Adventures Beyond the Body

Thursday, February 28, 2013

When Your Partner No Longer Makes You Happy: 3 Survival Tips


It always seems to happen after a time, doesn't it? What starts out as sheer and utter bliss, becomes routine or much less, and one of the consequences is that your partner simply no longer makes you happy the way he/she did at the beginning.

So now what can you do?

  1. Communicate: As logical as it seems, talking is simply not one of those things many couples do when things start on the downward spiral. Or at least, they don't do it well. The issue is frequently that both partners believe that the downward spiral is the fault of the other, and so the 'talk' they do have is filled with blaming or accusations, or at the very least, guilt trips and other emotional manipulation, and so nothing is truly resolved in the talking because one or the other is always made to feel bad for their behavior or their perceived lack of something by the partner. Here are some ideas on how to better communicate:
    • Address issues when they are fresh: don't let them linger. If one of you is hurt or angry or upset for any reason whatsoever, the issue should be discussed. The person who is upset is not necessarily right, nor is the other one necessarily right. What is important is the freedom to talk about it openly, putting both sides on the table and attempting to find a win-win solution that works for both. Some version of a win-win solution should almost always be possible. It simply means that both sides are willing to concede a point in order to leave the table with an amicable solution. On other occasions you may need to agree to disagree (see below), and sometimes using the scale of 1-10 (see below) might be helpful.
    • Understand the meaning of healthy boundaries, discuss them and begin to implement them together. Above all, be careful about letting resentment enter your partnership if one of you is overstepping boundaries and the other has unhealthy boundaries because such resentment is ultimately poisonous for the relationship. Understand that both of you have an issue. Also see: Do Your Relationship Boundaries Contribute to your Well-being?  and Finding it Hard to Love Yourself? Check Out Your Boundaries
    • Be consciously aware and not blindly reactive in your reactions with your partner. Essentially this means that as long as you react impulsively when your buttons get pushed, as opposed to giving yourself a moment to choose a reaction that is good for you and good for the occasion, you will tend to bring your communication to a dysfunctional halt. Listen to my audio clip: How Do You Choose to React?
    • Allow yourself to be vulnerable. People that don't do this tend to be afraid of standing emotionally naked before their partner. Hence they hold back many emotions, the consequence of which is, of course, that many avenues of exploration and communication with the partner remain blocked. Bringing up emotions, even if you find it difficult, is not only healthy for the relationship, but also for the person him or herself who finds it difficult to do this. Also see: Emotional Unavailability: An Introduction and Having a Relationship with an Emotionally Unavailable Partner
    • Agree to disagree and learn how not to 'need' to be right. Taking your ego's needs out of the equation is a recipe for much success in a relationship. This does not mean you are to lie down and become a doormat, but that you need to ask yourself how much of your need to be right in  given situation with your partner is an ego question or is simply not important. Obviously the more both of you understand this principle and adhere to it, the more both of you will contribute to the blooming health of your partnership. Also see Giving Up the Need to Be Right
    • Use the 'on a scale of 1-10' method for joining in activities you might find less than exciting. If your partner thrills to opera or can't wait to see the horse races, or if your partner loves football or bird watching, theatre or deep sea fishing, you might decide to do some of these activities separately as below in the point two, or, if you have a free afternoon that you actually want to spend together, and one prefers the action movie and the other prefers the romantic one, it might be a simple thing to ask: on a scale of 1-10, how important is it for you to do this? Depending on the answer, you will see which of the two is more invested in their particular choice, and assuming that this will be a two-way street on future occasions, you could then go ahead and participate in the activity of the partner with a higher rating on the afore-mentioned scale.
    • Make a point of using dinner for daily communication - but not about issues or problems. Sit down at the table without the TV in the background (or foreground) for those 15-30 minutes that dinner takes and communicate with one another. Use that time to connect. Make it a habit!
  2. Open windows and doors to allow more 'fresh air' to enter the relationship: What I am calling 'fresh air' simply means that which the couple undertakes both together and separately: interests, activities, hobbies, friendships, etc. Just as too much of this 'fresh air' is not healthy for the relationship, so is not enough of it bad for the health of the relationship. You need to spend time together, but just as importantly, you need to spend time apart.
    1. Common activities and friendships: To have mutual friends and common interests and activities is evidently of paramount importance in a relationship.
    2. Separate activities and friendships: However, to also have separate friendships, interests, and activities is also of paramount importance in a relationship. This allows both partners to take in fresh air and bring this fresh air into their mutual contact and communication. If partners are clinging to each other for all their social activities and interests, the relationship will soon wither and stagnate, and even though people might stay together for decades or even a lifetime, the process of stagnation will have affected the quality of the relationship in ways that only become apparent when one of them 'suddenly' decides they can't take it anymore and announce they are leaving.
    3. Life meaning (for both): This is as essential to each of the partners and by extension to the relationship, as oxygen is to our bodies. I cannot underline enough how important it is for every individual to have a meaning in their life, no matter what that meaning is. This meaning should not depend on another human being, but should emanate from yourself. It should bring you joy and satisfaction and serve as a support for you when life is difficult. Also see Finding a Meaning for Your Life
  3. Recognize that your happiness is your own responsibility: This point is by far the most important one. As long as one or the other partner believes that their happiness is the responsibility of the other or lies in the hands of the other, the relationship will surely eventually slide down the slippery slope to failure. In order to implement such knowledge into your life, you will need to become very conscious and aware of all you think and do, and how you act and react at all times. This is not tremendously difficult, but does require some practice. Also see Consciousness Is a Full-time Job

For much more about love and about choosing your reactions, and how awareness about this can help you move towards spiritual partnership and inner peace, see my new book The Tao of Spiritual Partnership is now available in print and Kindle formats.

To download the first chapter, click here
To see the Table of Contents click here

From the Description on Amazon: More exciting than any other kind of relationship you have ever known, spiritual partnership is a path, a Tao, available to you so that you may transform your life. Spiritual partnership becomes background music to daily life allowing you to enhance the process of your growth and evolution.

This ground-breaking book addresses:

• relationship patterns that hold you back from a truly fulfilled life
• the strong connection between sexuality and spiritual partnership
• communication leading to true connection & lasting transformation of your relationship

It is precisely at the problematic crossroads so often encountered in relationships that we are offered the opportunity to create a new foundation based on mutual complementarity rather than need; a free relationship between two people who want to be together, rather than two people who need to be together. Needing another, we are told, is the measure of love, but for a fully conscious individual nothing could be further from the truth. And therein lies part of the secret and healing power of spiritual partnerships. 


Praise for The Tao of Spiritual Partnership 

“All humans seek the illusive touch of another's Soul, which opens us to the sense of belonging to something bigger than the self. Dr. Kortsch has given us the true "tao" of relationship in this brilliant exploration of emotional tapestry. We will be grateful for this illumination of spiritual partnership for generations to come." 
Chris Griscom: Spiritual Leader, Author 

“Eloquently and comprehensive, showing how your primary love relationship may be a sacred vessel that transports you and your partner to a place of mutual healing and expansion.” 
Robert Schwartz: Author of Your Soul’s Gift: The Healing Power of the Life You Planned Before You Were Born 

"The Tao of Spiritual Partnership is a unique blend of wit and wisdom; Dr. Kortsch encourages us to take responsibility for our relationships, while recognizing and seizing the opportunities for our own personal spiritual growth." 
William Buhlman, Author of Adventures Beyond the Body 



For more about focusing on making conscious choices that will enhance your life and promote greater inner peace and freedom, have a look at my book Rewiring the Soul: Finding the Possible Self (paperback or Kindle).

To download the first chapter, click here
To see the Table of Contents click here

From the Description on Amazon:

Ask anyone, whatever their circumstances, if their life is vibrant, fulfilling, harmonious and happy. An honest reply is likely to be 'no', because to answer a truthful 'yes' is no mean feat. Only to grow psychologically and emotionally is not enough. And only to grow spiritually is not enough either. All three dimensions need to be developed in order to realize your full potential. If you are willing to assume total responsibility for the self and to start what is an on-going journey, you will quickly begin to glimpse the first fruits of the ultimate goal: inner well-being, freedom, peace, harmony and joy. This book sets out the pathway to self-mastery and self-discovery and walking that pathway will be the most exciting adventure of your life.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Being Loving Isn't Always Easy


Being loving means being loving - or showing love, compassion, and kindness - to everyone. Not an easy task. There are so many out there that we truly don't like. Even actively dislike. Have you ever considered this: could it be that they are there in the peripheral areas of your world, in order to teach you the lesson of loving? Not because they will talk to you about this subject, but because each time you run into them, you have another opportunity to be loving or kind or compassionate, and hence learn how to be this way ... thanks to their presence in your life.

Don't like that thought? Here's another: how about that group of people you don't like? Perhaps you don't like people who swear, or people who know 'it' better than you do, or perhaps you don't like Baptists, or fundamentalists, or Catholics, or Jews, or Muslims, or atheists? How about overweight people? How about women who wear clothing that simply doesn't look good at their age, or men who continue to believe they are the next incarnation of 007 despite hanging bellies and double chins? 

If any of these 'groups' rings a bell, and you realize that you truly don't like them, or perhaps - even hate them - then again, have you ever considered this: could it be that they are there in the peripheral areas of your world, in order to teach you the lesson of loving? Not because they will talk to you about this subject, but because each time you run into a member of the group you don't like, you have another opportunity to be loving or kind or compassionate, and hence learn how to be this way ... thanks to their presence in your life.

What is this really all about? I believe it concerns a number of things. The most obvious is learning how to be loving, kind and compassionate. But on a deeper level, exactly what is that all about? Could it not be that it is one of the most direct - albeit not easy - ways to understand that we are truly all one? Interconnected energetically - and as quantum physicists tell us - on a molecular level? And hence could it not be, that by learning these lessons that walk across our path every single day, our world would soon be filled with peace and love?

Are you taking advantage of the lessons that are appearing in your life today?


For much more about being loving' in your life, and how awareness about this can help you find love, and move towards spiritual partnership and inner peace, see my new book The Tao of Spiritual Partnership which is now available in paperback format. (The Kindle version is now available here)

To download the first chapter, click here
To see the Table of Contents click here


From the Description on Amazon: More exciting than any other kind of relationship you have ever known, spiritual partnership is a path, a Tao, available to you so that you may transform your life. Spiritual partnership becomes background music to daily life allowing you to enhance the process of your growth and evolution.

This ground-breaking book addresses:

• relationship patterns that hold you back from a truly fulfilled life
• the strong connection between sexuality and spiritual partnership
• communication leading to true connection & lasting transformation of your relationship

It is precisely at the problematic crossroads so often encountered in relationships that we are offered the opportunity to create a new foundation based on mutual complementarity rather than need; a free relationship between two people who want to be together, rather than two people who need to be together. Needing another, we are told, is the measure of love, but for a fully conscious individual nothing could be further from the truth. And therein lies part of the secret and healing power of spiritual partnerships. 


Praise for The Tao of Spiritual Partnership 

“All humans seek the illusive touch of another's Soul, which opens us to the sense of belonging to something bigger than the self. Dr. Kortsch has given us the true "tao" of relationship in this brilliant exploration of emotional tapestry. We will be grateful for this illumination of spiritual partnership for generations to come." 
Chris Griscom: Spiritual Leader, Author (among others) of Time is an Illusion and Ecstasy is a New Frequency



REWIRING THE SOUL


For more about understanding the self and inner growth in your relationships, also have a look at my earlier book Rewiring the Soul: Finding the Possible Self (paperback or Kindle).

To download the first chapter, click here
To see the Table of Contents click here

From the Description on Amazon: Ask anyone, whatever their circumstances, if their life is vibrant, fulfilling, harmonious and happy. An honest reply is likely to be 'no', because to answer a truthful 'yes' is no mean feat. Only to grow psychologically and emotionally is not enough. And only to grow spiritually is not enough either. All three dimensions need to be developed in order to realize your full potential. If you are willing to assume total responsibility for the self and to start what is an on-going journey, you will quickly begin to glimpse the first fruits of the ultimate goal: inner well-being, freedom, peace, harmony and joy. This book sets out the pathway to self-mastery and self-discovery and walking that pathway will be the most exciting adventure of your life.

Reviews From the Back Cover:

A revelation of insight into the foundations of human suffering & transcendence. It not only lays out essential steps for inner freedom & joy but illuminates the way to true human potential. Dr. Kortsch is a spiritual master for our time. Paul Rademacher, Executive Director, The Monroe Institute; author: A Spiritual Hitchhiker's Guide to the Universe

"The masterwork of a profoundly gifted healer of the soul. Dazzling, challenging, wondrously useful." Peggy Rubin, Director, Center for Sacred Theatre, Ashland, Oregon; author: To Be and How To Be, Transforming Your Life Through Sacred Theatre


Note: If you are wondering why this blog only appears on alternate days (excluding Sat/Sun), it is because I post on my other blog on the others days. That other blog is Rewiring the Soul, so named for my earlier book. Click here to visit the blog and/or to sign up for the feed.


Friday, February 22, 2013

Inauthentic Lives


Many well-known and respected speakers refer to people who live inauthentic lives. The sense I get from them, is not that they are criticizing these people, but that they are suggesting that living an inauthentic life may lie at the root of much unhappiness and desperation that is often covered up with sex, eating, drinking, drugs, shopping, non-stop deadening of the senses with television and mass media, an incessant social life, and so on.

Inauthentic is defined as "false, not genuine", and what is false and not genuine about an inauthentic life, is the fact that the person living it is not in connection with his or her true self.

That is to say, this individual is generally living a life that he or she feels should be lived, a life perhaps that the parents expected, or a life that the partner or spouse expects, or simply that this individual feels should be the life to be lived in order to live up to someone else’s expectations. It’s often also a life in which much greater importance and value are given to the outer search for material abundance and social and professional prestige (all of which are very worthwhile aims), than to the inner search for purpose and meaning and for connection to the self and others. (See also my articles: Losing the Connection and Tending Your Inner Garden).

In an authentic life both the inner and the outer quest are given importance, a balance is sought, and the person soon recognizes that what most motivates him or her, and what most gives satisfying meaning and significance to the lifetime, is something that literally comes from within; something that emanates from the deepest inner self, and which creates a true connection to the self.


For much more about understanding how to live authentically in your relationships, and how awareness about this can help you find love, and move towards spiritual partnership and inner peace, see my new book The Tao of Spiritual Partnership which is now available in paperback format. (The Kindle version is now available here)

To download the first chapter, click here
To see the Table of Contents click here


From the Description on Amazon: More exciting than any other kind of relationship you have ever known, spiritual partnership is a path, a Tao, available to you so that you may transform your life. Spiritual partnership becomes background music to daily life allowing you to enhance the process of your growth and evolution.

This ground-breaking book addresses:

• relationship patterns that hold you back from a truly fulfilled life
• the strong connection between sexuality and spiritual partnership
• communication leading to true connection & lasting transformation of your relationship

It is precisely at the problematic crossroads so often encountered in relationships that we are offered the opportunity to create a new foundation based on mutual complementarity rather than need; a free relationship between two people who want to be together, rather than two people who need to be together. Needing another, we are told, is the measure of love, but for a fully conscious individual nothing could be further from the truth. And therein lies part of the secret and healing power of spiritual partnerships. 


Praise for The Tao of Spiritual Partnership 

“All humans seek the illusive touch of another's Soul, which opens us to the sense of belonging to something bigger than the self. Dr. Kortsch has given us the true "tao" of relationship in this brilliant exploration of emotional tapestry. We will be grateful for this illumination of spiritual partnership for generations to come." 
Chris Griscom: Spiritual Leader, Author (among others) of Time is an Illusion and Ecstasy is a New Frequency



REWIRING THE SOUL


For more about understanding the self and inner growth in your relationships, also have a look at my earlier book Rewiring the Soul: Finding the Possible Self (paperback or Kindle).

To download the first chapter, click here
To see the Table of Contents click here

From the Description on Amazon: Ask anyone, whatever their circumstances, if their life is vibrant, fulfilling, harmonious and happy. An honest reply is likely to be 'no', because to answer a truthful 'yes' is no mean feat. Only to grow psychologically and emotionally is not enough. And only to grow spiritually is not enough either. All three dimensions need to be developed in order to realize your full potential. If you are willing to assume total responsibility for the self and to start what is an on-going journey, you will quickly begin to glimpse the first fruits of the ultimate goal: inner well-being, freedom, peace, harmony and joy. This book sets out the pathway to self-mastery and self-discovery and walking that pathway will be the most exciting adventure of your life.

Reviews From the Back Cover:

A revelation of insight into the foundations of human suffering & transcendence. It not only lays out essential steps for inner freedom & joy but illuminates the way to true human potential. Dr. Kortsch is a spiritual master for our time. Paul Rademacher, Executive Director, The Monroe Institute; author: A Spiritual Hitchhiker's Guide to the Universe

"The masterwork of a profoundly gifted healer of the soul. Dazzling, challenging, wondrously useful." Peggy Rubin, Director, Center for Sacred Theatre, Ashland, Oregon; author: To Be and How To Be, Transforming Your Life Through Sacred Theatre


Note: If you are wondering why this blog only appears on alternate days (excluding Sat/Sun), it is because I post on my other blog on the others days. That other blog is Rewiring the Soul, so named for my earlier book. Click here to visit the blog and/or to sign up for the feed.


Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Loving More


If I told you that by loving others (any and all others) more, you would be happier, would you believe me? A very simple way to find out is by trying. But, and this is a big but, how do you, how can you love others more? Isn't it true that many people are so not lovable? And that makes it slightly complicated to love them at all, let alone more.

But think about this: when you think of some others (or many others) as not being tremendously lovable, isn't it because you are thinking about some of their characteristics or modes of behavior? Isn't John belligerent, Judy egotistical, Barry inconsiderate, and Margaret gossips too much? And isn't Steve frightfully arrogant, Gillian unkind, Thomas loud-mouthed, and Sally rather dumb? So of course it's not easy to love them, may not even possible ... or is it?

Clearly, by thinking that way about others (and don't think I am excluding myself of doing this), we are judging them. In a way we are blaming and criticizing. That makes it very hard to love. So perhaps the first thing to do is to look at yourself and ask whether it might be possible to rid yourself of this habit - we could perhaps even call it an addiction (also see What Are Your Addictions? - in order that when you look at that other human being with whom you are energetically connected and intertwined on a molecular level, whether you know them personally or not, and allow yourself to feel only love and compassion, instead of judgment and criticism. As Mother Teresa said: If you judge people, you have no time to love them. This too, is a choice.


For much more about love and about choosing your reactions, and how awareness about this can help you move towards spiritual partnership and inner peace, see my new book The Tao of Spiritual Partnership is now available in print and Kindle formats.

To download the first chapter, click here
To see the Table of Contents click here

From the Description on Amazon: More exciting than any other kind of relationship you have ever known, spiritual partnership is a path, a Tao, available to you so that you may transform your life. Spiritual partnership becomes background music to daily life allowing you to enhance the process of your growth and evolution.

This ground-breaking book addresses:

• relationship patterns that hold you back from a truly fulfilled life
• the strong connection between sexuality and spiritual partnership
• communication leading to true connection & lasting transformation of your relationship

It is precisely at the problematic crossroads so often encountered in relationships that we are offered the opportunity to create a new foundation based on mutual complementarity rather than need; a free relationship between two people who want to be together, rather than two people who need to be together. Needing another, we are told, is the measure of love, but for a fully conscious individual nothing could be further from the truth. And therein lies part of the secret and healing power of spiritual partnerships. 


Praise for The Tao of Spiritual Partnership 

“All humans seek the illusive touch of another's Soul, which opens us to the sense of belonging to something bigger than the self. Dr. Kortsch has given us the true "tao" of relationship in this brilliant exploration of emotional tapestry. We will be grateful for this illumination of spiritual partnership for generations to come." 
Chris Griscom: Spiritual Leader, Author 

“Eloquently and comprehensive, showing how your primary love relationship may be a sacred vessel that transports you and your partner to a place of mutual healing and expansion.” 
Robert Schwartz: Author of Your Soul’s Gift: The Healing Power of the Life You Planned Before You Were Born 

"The Tao of Spiritual Partnership is a unique blend of wit and wisdom; Dr. Kortsch encourages us to take responsibility for our relationships, while recognizing and seizing the opportunities for our own personal spiritual growth." 
William Buhlman, Author of Adventures Beyond the Body 



For more about focusing on making conscious choices that will enhance your life and promote greater inner peace and freedom, have a look at my book Rewiring the Soul: Finding the Possible Self (paperback or Kindle).

To download the first chapter, click here
To see the Table of Contents click here

From the Description on Amazon:

Ask anyone, whatever their circumstances, if their life is vibrant, fulfilling, harmonious and happy. An honest reply is likely to be 'no', because to answer a truthful 'yes' is no mean feat. Only to grow psychologically and emotionally is not enough. And only to grow spiritually is not enough either. All three dimensions need to be developed in order to realize your full potential. If you are willing to assume total responsibility for the self and to start what is an on-going journey, you will quickly begin to glimpse the first fruits of the ultimate goal: inner well-being, freedom, peace, harmony and joy. This book sets out the pathway to self-mastery and self-discovery and walking that pathway will be the most exciting adventure of your life.

Monday, February 18, 2013

Addicted to Feeling Good Through Others


Isn't it wonderful when people make you feel good? When they do lovely things for you and show you how much they care for you? And isn't it true that your life is so much better when people treat you like that?

But what occurs when that doesn't happen? Imagine a relationship ends and you no longer get that kind of treatment. Isn't it probable that you will find yourself going through heavy withdrawal symptoms? Even when you don't miss the person with whom you no longer have the relationship? In other words, you miss the good feeling, but may not miss the person very much.

In such a case, you might be addicted to the good feeling you get thanks to others, and therefore need to supply that good feeling for yourself again by finding another person who gives it to you. At this point you might be asking yourself what I'm going on about ... isn't it true that we all search for the good feeling from our partners or from other people in our lives?

Truth be told, no. Not all of us. If we've learned to supply the good feeling for ourselves, then we can potentially have relationships with others (not only partners, but also friends, or family members), where we simply don't need them to supply it for us. In other words, the relationship does not depend on us being provided with this good feeling. On the one hand, because we supply it for ourselves, and on the other hand, because we are not, therefore, addicted to received it from others.

This is crucial to an aware, conscious, and healthy relationship of any kind. I've written a great deal about this on both my blogs as well as in my monthly newsletter (subscribe here - no cost), and I encourage you to look at it more closely, if you believe that you are addicted to feeling good through others. It was Jung who wrote: every form of addiction is bad, not matter whether the narcotic be alcohol or morphine or idealism", and in the case I've described here, being addicted to feeling good thanks to others will also have negative repercussions in your life.



For much more about understanding how and why you 'need' in your relationships, and how awareness about this can help you find love, and move towards spiritual partnership and inner peace, see my new book The Tao of Spiritual Partnership which is now available in paperback format. (The Kindle version is now available here)

To download the first chapter, click here
To see the Table of Contents click here


From the Description on Amazon: More exciting than any other kind of relationship you have ever known, spiritual partnership is a path, a Tao, available to you so that you may transform your life. Spiritual partnership becomes background music to daily life allowing you to enhance the process of your growth and evolution.

This ground-breaking book addresses:

• relationship patterns that hold you back from a truly fulfilled life
• the strong connection between sexuality and spiritual partnership
• communication leading to true connection & lasting transformation of your relationship

It is precisely at the problematic crossroads so often encountered in relationships that we are offered the opportunity to create a new foundation based on mutual complementarity rather than need; a free relationship between two people who want to be together, rather than two people who need to be together. Needing another, we are told, is the measure of love, but for a fully conscious individual nothing could be further from the truth. And therein lies part of the secret and healing power of spiritual partnerships. 


Praise for The Tao of Spiritual Partnership 

“All humans seek the illusive touch of another's Soul, which opens us to the sense of belonging to something bigger than the self. Dr. Kortsch has given us the true "tao" of relationship in this brilliant exploration of emotional tapestry. We will be grateful for this illumination of spiritual partnership for generations to come." 
Chris Griscom: Spiritual Leader, Author (among others) of Time is an Illusion and Ecstasy is a New Frequency



REWIRING THE SOUL


For more about understanding the self and inner growth in your relationships, also have a look at my earlier book Rewiring the Soul: Finding the Possible Self (paperback or Kindle).

To download the first chapter, click here
To see the Table of Contents click here

From the Description on Amazon: Ask anyone, whatever their circumstances, if their life is vibrant, fulfilling, harmonious and happy. An honest reply is likely to be 'no', because to answer a truthful 'yes' is no mean feat. Only to grow psychologically and emotionally is not enough. And only to grow spiritually is not enough either. All three dimensions need to be developed in order to realize your full potential. If you are willing to assume total responsibility for the self and to start what is an on-going journey, you will quickly begin to glimpse the first fruits of the ultimate goal: inner well-being, freedom, peace, harmony and joy. This book sets out the pathway to self-mastery and self-discovery and walking that pathway will be the most exciting adventure of your life.

Reviews From the Back Cover:

A revelation of insight into the foundations of human suffering & transcendence. It not only lays out essential steps for inner freedom & joy but illuminates the way to true human potential. Dr. Kortsch is a spiritual master for our time. Paul Rademacher, Executive Director, The Monroe Institute; author: A Spiritual Hitchhiker's Guide to the Universe

"The masterwork of a profoundly gifted healer of the soul. Dazzling, challenging, wondrously useful." Peggy Rubin, Director, Center for Sacred Theatre, Ashland, Oregon; author: To Be and How To Be, Transforming Your Life Through Sacred Theatre


Note: If you are wondering why this blog only appears on alternate days (excluding Sat/Sun), it is because I post on my other blog on the others days. That other blog is Rewiring the Soul, so named for my earlier book. Click here to visit the blog and/or to sign up for the feed.