I created some recordings of the names of God from premium artificial intelligence computer voices. I added “qualifiers” which I think are crucial for my own recovery. I am posting these recordings here, in the hope that someone else might find them as useful as I have. Listening to theseContinue Reading

(Updated with new videos on October 4, 2021) My definition of checklists is based on rating oneself from a scale of 0 – 10 on a particular quality, characteristic, attribute, virtue or fault. So for example, today when rating myself whether I was honest today, I can give myself a rating ofContinue Reading

I am an empath, so I naturally and often unknowingly sense the energy and emotions of other people and think it is my energy or emotions – weird eh?. I can absorb this energy and emotion as though it is my own. Using rattles every morning helps me clear myselfContinue Reading

A long-time first nations Baha’i friend told me how she uses the drum daily with prayer, so I quickly got one. Here is the one I got, along with a drum mallet like this one. This video helped me decide which drum to get, and this other video I findContinue Reading

The rationale behind these ideas is from the short healing prayer phrase “Thy Name is my healing”. Below is a link to a file with quite a few names of God taken from the writings and prayers: https://bahai-library.com/takkenberg_names_god I use the names of God in the following ways: I pickedContinue Reading

During a period of realizing Baha’is around my age had a very different idea of what the Baha’i Faith is all about and also realizing that many of the things I expected to see in my life and in other Baha’is and the Baha’i community weren’t materializing, I started toContinue Reading

I found out several decades ago, that reviewing parts I picked out from the Synopsis and Codification of the Kitabi-Aqdas (before the Kitabi-Aqdas was published in English) helped to center me and focus my energy. I like to say this in the morning to prepare myself for the day. IContinue Reading