The Journey To Transforming Our Lives

The Journey To Transforming Our Lives

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Often, we go through challenges in our lives that create great turbulence, a disruption of sorts, that may cause discomfort, anxiety and even pain. If the disruption is physical we seek medical help to repair, reconstruct and or heal our physical state of being. We want to restore our physical health.

If the disruption is emotional, social or cognitive, we seek to understand comprehend and draw from our past experiences for tools and methods to help manage and long to restructure our previous sense of balance.

However, if this disruption continues, and or is intensified or drawn out, our fears increase, for we are moved beyond our comfort zone into a world which we logically cannot comprehend, control or predict. We feel out of control.

However, it is important to remember that there is a sense of us that is present beyond the physical and emotional or cognitive attachment. And in that space lies the foundational base of our lives. Our solitude and presence comes from and enters into a space/place beyond time. The ancients have call it our soul, the mystics our spiritual existence and to those around us, it is referred to as the fabric that hold us close to each other often referred to as LOVE. This is a experience well beyond logical understanding, and yet a profound that that we all have and hopefully will experience again.

Finding ourselves behind the presence of self, of ego, of identity is our purity of being, a presence that illuminates like light, an energy that no longer needs transformation because it IS all that it needs to be.

What we want to practice is to let go of our attachment(s) to find our inner core being, our strength and presence that is greater, stronger wiser and more profound that anything we have known or will know.

In doing so we can find peace of mind and mental/physical well being.

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Gary Ruelas, D.O., Ph.D.

Dr. Ruelas holds doctoral degrees and is licensed to practice in both medicine and psychology. He approaches his patients by gathering and analyzing data differently from other physician’s moving away from a disease model to a holistic functional model. Read Bio

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