Higher Thoughts Review: May, 2017

Holy hay, it’s the last day of May! (Sorry, that’s me trying to rhyme — thanks for humoring me there.) This means it’s time for another monthly review.

I seriously can’t believe how fast summer is approaching. If you don’t know, I’m not a big fan of summer. I’m learning to enjoy it more, but in summer, bad things happen. Stinging insects come out, ruin back yard dinners and try to take over your home. Murder rates go up. People start dressing sloppy. And everyone is in this weird, annoying, blissfully happy state of yay-the-sun-is-out (even in NV where the sun is out 364 days a year).

Spring is okay, but fall and winter are my jam.

Now, there are some good things in summer. My birthday is in summer (August 21st, for those who don’t know) and my daughter’s is the day after mine. Which means my birthday is forever gone. Oh well.

Orders of business

I realized this month that I’ve been doing things one way for a long time. I write my daily post, publish it, and send it out to my email subscribers.

This has been okay, but I feel like I need to switch things up. So I sent out a couple quick surveys to my subscribers.

The response has been tremendous. I’ve already implemented some, but look forward to more pleasant changes for email subscribers soon.

Other than that, enrollment for my upcoming class, The Medium School, is closing at midnight on Monday, June 5th. Today, I hosted a free webinar introducing it as well as sharing an 11-step process to authentically grow an audience on Medium.

You can watch the replay here.

If you’d like to learn more/enroll for The Medium School, click here.

What I’m reading now

How to Use the Science of Mind

This one is my most current book for my ministerial studies. It’s not very long, but it’s probably the best Ernest Holmes book when it comes to practical aspects of spiritual practitionership (or ‘spiritual mind treatment’ as he calls it). He goes deep into the magic that happens when we sit with someone and align with spirit. Really enjoying this one.

Most recommended posts for May

3. In the moment vs. for the moment (there is a difference)
2. When the best thing to do is nothing
1. When you find out your mom was cool

And that’s pretty much it for May, friends. Again, if you care to get on my mailing list so you can just read my work in your inbox (and other goodies), click here to subscribe.

As Ever,

Jonas