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  • New Facts for Real Strength
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    New Facts for Real Strength

    • Posted: 3/22/04
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    Most people want very much to be strong, but they do not seem to be able to find the real strength they yearn for. Instead, they find qualities that pass themselves off as strength, but secretly leave them feeling weak. Here are some examples of false strength: * lashing out in anger when frustrated * demanding that we are right * blaming someone else for causing the problem * being loud and...

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  • The Sure Way to Raise Your Life Level
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    The Sure Way to Raise Your Life Level

    • Posted: 4/19/04
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    Almost every kind of unhappy feeling is the result of mistaking the partial for the whole. What this means is that when we don't see the whole picture, we are likely to act in a way that is self-defeating. One example of this would be that terrible sinking feeling that comes with learning too late, after you've become upset, that things weren't the way you were so sure they had been. That, in...

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  • This Key Unlocks the Door to a New Kind of Freedom
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    This Key Unlocks the Door to a New Kind of Freedom

    • Posted: 5/25/04
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    The true answer to any problem we find ourselves in is not found in our thoughts about it, but rather in our willingness to allow new light to reveal its purpose.

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  • The Secret of Living Thought-Free
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    The Secret of Living Thought-Free

    • Posted: 6/22/04
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    In the competitive and complex worlds of business and science, imagination is critical to the processes of creativity. It serves a valuable and practical purpose. New developments are created by imagining better ways to improve old technologies. Important developments come in increments. Progress moves ahead one step at a time. But in our inner life, we don't want a continuation of *what has...

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  • How to Free Yourself from Fear and Worries by Walking Directly Into Them
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    How to Free Yourself from Fear and Worries by Walking Directly Into Them

    • Posted: 6/29/04
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    Before speaking to someone who intimidates me, I sometimes feel my throat start to close up and my voice choke up with so much tension that I find it hard to speak. I've got to get behind this fear, but I don't know how! One way in which it's possible for us to outgrow the problems that we face is to not let those problems dictate our behavior to us. In this instance, whenever we run into...

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  • You Are Not Who You Think You Are
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    You Are Not Who You Think You Are

    • Posted: 2/27/06
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    Have you ever wondered why you're so easily upset by the unexpected? It's not really you who feels shaky when situations shift without warning. It's who you think you are that feels threatened -- but you don't have to go on feeling afraid. Beginning right now, with some patient self-investigation and the aid of a few higher facts, you will discover that you are not who you think you are. T...

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  • Discover the Real Cause of Discontentment
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    Discover the Real Cause of Discontentment

    • Posted: 7/23/06
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    Imagine a man lost in a series of deep and dark caverns. He anxiously shouts out "Hello!" and then strains to listen for a response. A heartbeat passes and in the distance he hears "Hello, hello." His spirits surge and off he races in the direction of the caller. He doesn't understand it is only an echo. He doesn't know he is following the sound of his own voice -- a voice that is taking him d...

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  • The Power to Doubt and Dismiss Any Problem
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    The Power to Doubt and Dismiss Any Problem

    • Posted: 9/11/06
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    There is something in us that actually enjoys feeling stressed. We must discover that we live with an opposing self. We can catch moments of opposition by coming back to ourselves.

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  • The First Step to Realizing Your True Self
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    The First Step to Realizing Your True Self

    • Posted: 1/7/07
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    One thing is certain: whether in our waking life, or in the dreams that visit our evening's rest, thoughts and feelings fill our every present moment. But just because you can feel or sense all of their diverse characteristics -- such as worry, fear, impatience, courage, or compulsiveness -- doesn't make the "you" that experiences these movements real -- any more than standing under the ca...

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  • Let Go and Realize Real Rescue
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    Let Go and Realize Real Rescue

    • Posted: 1/28/07
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    Doesn't this make perfect sense? If we need to be rescued from something, then whatever is rescuing us can't be part of what it rescues us from. Said in a different way, you don't jump on a tiger's back to escape a lion. A terrified rabbit running from a fox only thinks he finds safety when a coyote offers him shelter. This shows us that any desperate attempt to escape a trouble usually leads...

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  • Inviting What is True to Set You Free
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    Inviting What is True to Set You Free

    • Posted: 7/16/07
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    Our usual reaction to any event not of our choosing is to fear it, so that our tendency is to see these experiences as being adversarial. These unwanted moments are seen as threats to our present happiness, as well as being a thorn in our tomorrow, because with any unwanted event comes the fear of not having the right answers to address the flood of new questions arising out of life's sudden t...

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  • Coming to the End of Codependency
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    Coming to the End of Codependency

    • Posted: 7/23/07
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    Whenever we consent to, or otherwise agree with anyone's dark assessment of his or her life, we are telling this person, "Yes, that is true (about you). No doubt life couldn't be any other way; after all . . . what else can you do?" In these sentiments is hidden a secret message that effectively says: "Sure . . . I understand the prison you are in and -- given your conditions -- it's only logi...

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The Essential Laws of Fearless Living

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