Finding your inner lifecoach – Paula Flint

Join us Wednesday January 18th from 12 – 1 pm EST and let’s delve deeply into the art of combining prayer, meditation, and contemplation. Or watch later in the Archives on CCN’s website.

The world is a fast moving panorama of visual distractions,


a hurricane full of exploding hot air,


and a cacophony of clanging cymbals!


It’s enough to keep anyone distracted from what is most important in life: who we REALLY are, where we REALLY come from, and where we REALLY go when we leave.

Taking the time to learn the art of Prāmedātion will help you be less distracted by all the nonsense continuously vying for your attention. Learn why it’s important to connect the crown chakra with the third eye at the pineal gland.


Finding Your Inner Life Coach – Sanity vs Insanity and Truth vs Ignorance


Join me Wednesday January 18th from 12 – 1 pm EST for a talk on sanity vs insanity, real vs surreal, health vs the lack-thereof. Let’s talk about mental health and our medical model. Join me Wednesday January 18th or watch later in the Archives on CCN’s website.

Following are some points I will be covering:

• Pharmaceuticals unsparingly and uncompromisingly used to fix absolutely everything
• Lack of validation of inner worlds, i.e., dream worlds both sleeping and waking
• Refusal to discuss any other senses than the main five (taste, sight, touch, smell and hearing)
• Lack of public discussion about other realms of existence
• Consequences of keeping the public ignorant

Today, we are witnessing the consequences of a society that has been taught to be closed minded, judgmental, and prejudice against anything or anyone who does not fit the norm. Let us work to change the strife and struggle to compromise, non-judgment, and cooperation between old science and new!


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Finding Your Inner Life Coach – Predestination vs Free Will

Join me Wednesday January 11th from 12 – 1 pm EST for a very deeply honest conversation about predestination and free will. Learn how they quite effectively exist simultaneously. Or watch later in the Archives on CCN’s website.


Do we live in a world where everything is already predestined? Weren’t the Tin Man, the Scarecrow, and the Lion already hanging out on the path ahead of Dorothy? Wasn’t she, then, predestined to meet them?


A strict definition of predestination feels too much like powerlessness to me! Is life already laid out ahead of us and we simply, accidentally stumble upon predetermined people, places, and things? This makes me feel like that puppet on a string rather than Soul free to grow and learn via the many dimensions and universes… or not…


Can free will and predestination exist simultaneously? Harmoniously? Advantageously?

Why not? Surrender to what is and then practicing silence upon awakening to a new person, place, or thing could be the two missing pieces! Artful Surrender and Silence! Practicing prāmedātion, the mindful combination of prayer, meditation, and contemplation allows for an expansion in our state of consciousness, in our awareness. This elevation in perspective allows a Higher Power to flow into our own little universe, which allows a higher choice to be made. In other words, we choose from the entire forest rather than just a few trees.


This broader perspective manifests from the inner universes where Einstein, Mozart, and Thoreau went to capture original thoughts. It’s also where Edgar Cayce traveled to tap into the Akashic Records. It’s a place where past, present, and future exist simultaneously, without the hindrance of the limited experience of time and space. We have been unable to see beyond a limited set of choices and therefore consider predestination to be the ultimate truth.


Our choices are limited only by of our own blindness, our own ignorance, our own lack of awareness that another choice exists. Or maybe we don’t even see the need for multiple choices. Once again we can choose to be a puppet on a string.


Or we can choose to be Soul uncovering endless possibilities.


Even dreams can feel like predestination. I’ll share some of my own. Join me Wednesday January 11th, 2017 from 12 to 1 pm EST. I will be talking about all of this and more.

Finding Your Inner Life Coach – Honesty vs Silence

Join me Wednesday January 4, 2017 from 12 to 1 pm EST. I will be talking about the differences between honesty, speaking our truth and the importance silence.


Why should we even care if we practice the art of silence? Isn’t today’s world all about speaking up, not being afraid of what others think, creating our own version of reality while being our authentic selves?


Awakening! It’s all about awakening! Einstein could help us out here. “Mental education is important. We need to be aware together rather than blind separately.” What does that have to do with honesty and silence?


• Casting pearls among swine?
• Speaking our truth while not invading the sacred space of others?
• What is sacred space?
• How can silence speak louder than words?
• What does this have to do with becoming karma free? Is it even possible to become free of karma?
• What are discernment (perception in the absence of judgment with a view to obtaining spiritual direction and understanding), discretion (the quality of behaving or speaking in such a way as to avoid causing offense or revealing private information), and right discrimination (recognition and understanding of the difference between one thing and another)?

feather and stone balance

How does balance figure into all this? Why is balance important?


Rebazar Tarzs came to me in the middle of the night in 1978, exactly 39 years ago, and said, quite simply, but lovingly “You will live in hell but you will die in peace.” This changed my world – my every moment, my every thought, my every breath – FOREVER! What do his words have to do with honesty, speaking our truth, and the importance of silence? Exactly how does one balance these aspects of being human while living in hell and dying in peace?


I learned more about what my visiting angel meant when I started college in 2001. I was preparing my talk for a speaking competition, Asking The Right Questions, when I ran across this quote. On July 28, 1999, Pope John Paul II spoke in general audience at the Vatican. He said the following regarding the existence of a place called hell:

“The images of hell that Sacred Scripture presents to us must be correctly interpreted. They show the complete frustration and emptiness of life without God…. More than a place, hell indicates the state of those who freely and definitively separate themselves from God, the source of all life and joy. Hell is not punishment imposed externally by God, but the condition resulting from attitudes and actions which people adopt in this life. Scripture uses many images to describe the pain, frustration and emptiness of life without God. So eternal damnation is not God’s work but is actually our own doing.”

L ‘Osservatore Romano; “Hell is the State of Those who Reject God”; Editorial and Management Offices; Via del Pellegrino, 00120, Vatican City, Europe; August 4, 1999; spoken by the Pope in general audience on July 28, 1999. Full article may be seen at

Join me Wednesday January 4th from 12 – 1 pm EST for a very deep and honest conversation. Or watch later in the Archives on CCN’s website.

Join me on Wednesday, December 21 from noon to 1pm EST. The first day of winter! Are you ready to capitalize on our connection with bears, hibernation and IV Heroin? Let us even the playing field between addicts and normies so we can all stop judging each other.

I worked as a therapist in a women’s long term treatment facility for drug addiction for several years and I currently work with nurses who self-report substance abuse. One evening when talking with the nurses, I caused a negative reaction when I said that, for me, sweets, particularly ice cream, is as important to overcome as it is for addicts to let go of alcohol, marijuana, cigarettes, or narcotics of any kind. This talk is my answer to her kindly-spoken offense at my so nonchalantly comparing the difference between myself, a normie, and drug addicts.

To begin, I will be talking about the following:


1) The relationship between hibernation, altered states of consciousness, and substance use.

2) Hibernation is defined as a state of metabolic depression, a state of inactivity AKA heterothermy – lowered body temperature, slow breathing and slow heartbeat. A complete state of detachment from the physical world. I remember clients telling me that their first use of heroin was like ‘touching the face of God.’ Ask a first time IV heroin user what it felt like. See if they mention a feeling of ecstasy, complete elimination of all mental, emotional, and physical pain – the ultimate expression of freedom. Once felt, who on earth would not seek that degree of comfort over and over and over? Even in the face of death, the heroin addict does more and more trying to get that feeling of ecstasy back again. Therein lies the problem! We are not bears! Our bodies are not meant for hibernation. The heart rate slows down to such an extent that it simply cannot revive itself. Hint: The spiritual seeker who touches the face of God can be protected by a Spiritual Traveler.

3) Every person on the face of the earth is, to some degree, an addict. Some are addicted to things that will allow them to appear lucid and productive in the physical world for a long time before it catches up with them – gambling, exercise, orgasms, drinking alcohol, using FaceBook or cell phones, prescription narcotics, emotions such as anger, hate, or undue judgment toward self or others, negative attitudes that eventually make others shy away from us or lash out in anger, poor eating habits that eventually harm our health as well as the health of our families, being too kind while not creating healthy boundaries for self or others. The list is literally endless.

• Some take a long time to take control and can be kept in the closet until they do, but they are still physical, mental, or emotional addictions no matter how we parse our words.
• Some take us quickly.
• Some take us instantly.
• But all take us away from the heart of God/Creator/Higher Power.

Let us go deeper still! Touching the face of God.


A spiritual seeker longs for an intense state of detachment from the pain, loneliness, and the sheer intensity of living in a physical body. When one steps upon the path to greater Self-Realization and ultimately God-Realization, even the most subtle manifestations of addiction must be released. One must come to terms with the very real harm that is done by and to the transgressor. Even when there is no painful mental, emotional, or physical hangover there is, even more importantly, a spiritual withdrawal. There is a very real ‘disconnect’ between Self and Higher Power, between Self and Spiritual Guide. That separation causes varying degrees of depression, anxiety, loneliness, and feelings of inadequacies of all kinds. The spiritual withdrawal from Source is as painful for the spiritual seeker as is physical withdrawal for the drug addict….it’s just effecting different dimensions of the body. It is just as painful to the spiritually traveling transgressor as it is to the more overt and in-your-face transgressor. The spiritual seeker’s hangover only effects himself. In fact, an entire series of lifetimes usually pass before the seeker realizes it’s time to let go of ALL decisions and expressions that cause the feeling of separation! It is time to surrender to a power even greater than we can imagine. And imagination is an excellent place to start!

Spiritual seekers and bears in hibernation are very very much alike. Animals know! Humans know they know! If you are reading this you are a human, therefore you know that what I have said is true! A bear does not know it knows therefore it continues to subconsciously be drawn toward yearly hibernation. Humans are meant to project their beingness out into the many worlds 24/7, 365 days a year. During the recommended seven hours of daily sleep we are projecting our beingness into other states of consciousness, on other planes of existence, creating, and manifesting in the dream worlds – even though we don’t bring back the memory as vividly as we would like.

I am talking about this issue because I too experience varying degrees of separation from God – a deep feeling of loneliness. However, I have come to this understanding or intimate knowledge of the connection between hibernation and IV Heroin use because of my work in addiction, a life-long study of consciousness and quantum physics, my studies in Eckankar, ( coupled with my own flirtation with alcohol and the use of narcotics. In other words, I came into this lifetime to recognize the very real connection between hibernation and altered states of consciousness. I experimented, touched the fringes but rather quickly realized that I wanted God more than I wanted to feel high artificially.

So, YES even attachment to ice cream, food, drink, anger, sex, and cell phones can cause as much harm to the spiritual transgressor as it does to the drug addict. It’s all relative to our purpose in taking on a physical body in the 21st century.

Join me live for a very deep and enlightening, no-holds-barred talk on addiction December 21st from 12 – 1 pm EST.


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