“To find the truth, we will need to navigate the mazes of the dark areas of our own souls.”

—Jill Loree

Guidance for Spiritual Growth

Phoenesse®—pronounced "finesse"— offers a fresh approach to timeless spiritual teachings that show us how to repair our deepest wounds and restore ourselves to wholeness.

So let’s go. It’s time to move fearlessly through whatever is blocking our light. Let's do this work; let’s light up this world.

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Would I Rather Be a Christian or Awake?

Reading Time: 6 minutes

The most important thing to realize is that our darkness is not compatible with the light. In other words, we cannot show up in heaven shrouded in dirty garments and hope to wander freely through mystical gardens. For when people are cloaked in a layer of darkness, being in the presence of light actually hurts. Heaven, then, will be a no-go if all we have is a shiny outer belief about Jesus that’s covering over a closet filled with filth.

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How to Make Peace, Inside and Out

Reading Time: 9 minutes

It could be possible to create a government that brings out the best of a monarchy, socialism and democracy. That’s the way to make peace. For each contains a truth and wisdom. Indeed, their fundamental principles are living inside each one of us right now. And just as a person needs to find inner harmony in order to enjoy inner peace, so must our world governments operate harmoniously if we are to make peace throughout and across our nations.

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How to “Win” at the Game of Life

Reading Time: 11 minutes

If this were really true—if there really is a Game Maker for life who is watching our every move—why don’t they stop the game? After all, lots of people aren’t having much fun. Turns out, there’s a good reason for this. According to the rich teachings from the Pathwork Guide, we are the ones who started the Game of Life, so we are the ones who need to end it.

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From Believing to Knowing: The Trip of a Lifetime

Reading Time: 4 minutes

When Descartes landed on his preeminent realization, “I think; therefore I am,” he was equating his ability to think, to proving his existence. Yet ironically, it’s what we unconsciously believe that’s responsible for our many trips around the sun, where our job is to surface what we’ve lost sight of.

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