“To find the truth, we will need to navigate the mazes of the dark areas of our own souls. We will run into the temptation to stay stuck and enjoy the thrill of our own negativity. We must work to overcome this.”

—Jill Loree

Guidance for Spiritual Growth

Phoenesse® offers a fresh approach to timeless spiritual teachings that show us how to repair our deepest wounds and restore ourselves to wholeness. Combining brevity with levity, these transformational instructions are designed for people who are ready to wake up.

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.

What are the Teachings?

Feeling Stuck?

Reading Time: 5 minutes

When something gets hidden from our awareness and tucked away into our unconscious—regardless how misguided or off kilter it might be—it keeps operating without our reasoning faculties stepping in to change it. Our errors then just keep chunking out more erroneous garbage that stinks up our whole existence.

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pain and struggle motivate us to change

Why is there Pain?

Reading Time: 2 minutes

The life events we draw to ourselves are the fate we ourselves have created. It must be so. So if what we create is trouble, we’re on the hook to search within ourselves and see where the real trouble lies. We must dissolve the same inside ourselves. And this, friends, can best be done by walking a path of inner self-discipline, self-searching and self-knowing.

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How to Calm our Dragons

Reading Time: 4 minutes

if we want to grow, we’ll need to become more aware of the distress trapped inside us, while at the same time refraining from scorching the earth with every exhale. Along the way, we will rationalize and justify our behavior until we reach the point where we start taking responsibility for the consequences of our own negativity.

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Highway to Harmony

Reading Time: 4 minutes

To do our inner work, the ego must learn to let go and tap into greater resources. For the ego has no original ideas, no creativity, no true wisdom. This is why the ego needs rules. Rules and structures are what we must rely on until we’ve learned to live from within, finding our own voice and heeding its messages.

Along the way, we all need to develop discipline, which includes abiding by outer structures that help societies function as well-organized systems.

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