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  • Two Ways to Raise Your Level of Spiritual Freedom
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    Two Ways to Raise Your Level of Spiritual Freedom

    Posted March 13, 2005
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    Here are two proven ways you can learn to work in the Now to ensure that you reach ever-higher levels of personal freedom. Our honest examination of these spiritual assertions -- based upon our own life experience -- proves our need to realize their promise. For best results, first meditate on what each statement means in and of itself. Let the freedom it illustrates awaken in you the remembra...

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  • Go from Storms to Sunny Skies
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    Go from Storms to Sunny Skies

    Posted March 5, 2007
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    Doesn't it feel at times as though we are all shipwrecked on an island of confusion and stormy emotions? And that over time we've all but forgotten it's possible to live any other way? Where our days are spent either hiding from the storms, or building inadequate shelters to protect ourselves while doing nothing real to get rescued? Yet, something in us knows that there will never be an end to...

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  • Enlightening is Better than Igniting Yourself!
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    Enlightening is Better than Igniting Yourself!

    Posted December 10, 2007
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    Blaming conflict-filled feelings on any condition, or person, outside of yourself is like getting angry at your shoes for being laced too tight. Most men and women recognize the need for a healthy balanced diet because good eating habits nourish the body. Good nutrition helps keep us agile and strong. And we also like to learn new skills to expand our interests. Challenging mental activities...

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  • Get to the Bottom of What's Betraying You
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    Get to the Bottom of What's Betraying You

    Posted January 28, 2008
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    One of the most difficult lessons we must face in our effort to win the war within ourselves has to do with the truth about our relationship with our own negative states: they fascinate us. That's right! But, why do we value them so? The answer will surprise you. We value negative states because of the strong sense of self we get from them. This may be very difficult for us to see, but a stro...

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  • Don't Let Broken Expectations Bring You Down!
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    Don't Let Broken Expectations Bring You Down!

    Posted November 25, 2008
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    When events do not go according to our expectations, we often light ourselves on fire with anger, blaming life for not having fulfilled our expectations. Then the mind will say, "That's it. I have figured it out. I will live the rest of my life without any expectations." But this one-sided mind does not see that thought as being an expectation in itself. Setting the expectation to have no fut...

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  • Take Conscious Command of Unexpected Changes
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    Take Conscious Command of Unexpected Changes (Student Talks)

    Posted April 20, 2009
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    Your true self no more fears an unexpected change in life than water worries about how it will take the shape of the glass into which it is being poured.
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  • Blame Schmame
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    Blame Schmame

    Posted April 25, 2009
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    What's the difference between blaming someone else for the way you feel, and blaming yourself for something that you have done? There is no difference; they are both essentially the same. So what do blaming others and blaming yourself share in common? They are both an avoidance. We blame others for our negative states so that we don't have to do anything other than see the source of our suffe...

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  • Turn Your Fuming into Freedom
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    Turn Your Fuming into Freedom

    Posted May 11, 2009
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    How many of us spend our precious time and energy fuming over what others may have done to us? Unseen in the steam of our heated emotions and churning thoughts is the one inescapable fact that we are the secret prisoner of anyone we wish to punish. And the more we would punish this person, the less freedom we have to be at peace with ourselves. Here's a beautiful lesson in invisible justice,...

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  • Start Choosing What You Really Want
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    Start Choosing What You Really Want

    Posted July 13, 2009
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    Here is an exercise to help you take the first step up and away from self-punishing feelings. This exercise is called: Is This What I Really Want? You do not have to accept any inner condition that compromises your happiness. Read over the next sentence several times before proceeding further. It is never right to feel wrong no matter how right you may think you are to be feeling that wa...

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  • Physician, Heal Thyself
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    Physician, Heal Thyself

    Posted August 11, 2009
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    Most of us are certain that the reason we are upset in any given situation is because of what someone else has done or not done. In general, our day-to-day interactions with other human beings are tainted with some kind of conflict, whether it is in the form of an outwardly expressed war or an inwardly suppressed resentment. There is a passage in scripture that says, "Physician, heal thyself.

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  • The Secret of Gentle Intolerance
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    The Secret of Gentle Intolerance

    Posted December 9, 2009
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    There are things that are true about the spiritual life that the mental man or woman will never know. Human beings are presently bullied around, pushed from pillar to post without even knowing what is happening to them. There is a corrupted state that exists in the consciousness of humanity in which there is an acceptance of interior conflict. When you begin at long last to awaken to your act...

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  • Break the Chains of Bitterness
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    Break the Chains of Bitterness

    Posted December 28, 2009
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    You have within you something that is quite capable of knowing what is good for you and what is not. And although presently it is necessary that you learn new knowledge and find a true source of guidance, ultimately you do not need books or teachers to know from yourself what is true about you. There is something that lives within you that will never harm itself or another human being. When y...

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Here is your step-by-step guide to building the foundation of a fearless life. Learn how to see through the illusion of limitation and become unstoppable.

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