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  1. Be Willing to Receive the Teaching Moment and Be Changed
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    Be Willing to Receive the Teaching Moment and Be Changed

    • Posted: 7/23/20
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    We don't know that we walk around with our mind literally looking at the world around us through our eyes full of darkness. And the darkness that our eyes are full of is imagination and the self that it generates. Unattended imagination relies on what it imagines in order to bring into existence a simultaneously imagined self. It is the most dangerous force in the world, because anything that...

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  2. The Hidden Unhappiness in Unseen Conclusions
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    The Hidden Unhappiness in Unseen Conclusions

    • Posted: 6/24/19
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    Outgrowing the problems created in the way we think begins with realizing the need to not only understand the nature of these invisible building blocks known as our thoughts, but to be able to peer into the structure of the invisible world these same thoughts create.

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  3. Let Go of Empty Promises
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    Let Go of Empty Promises

    • Posted: 2/9/15
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    Who among us hasn't found themselves conjuring up some imagined pleasure when faced with the pain of some contradiction in life that seems greater than our ability to deal with? If we're honest, we can see that most of our time is spent identifying the so-called cause of our discontented conditions, and the rest of our time is taken up trying to change our unwanted situations into what we ima...

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  4. The Gentle Brush of Truth
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    The Gentle Brush of Truth

    • Posted: 9/22/14
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    It was we, who in ignorance of reality, carelessly attribute weight to events that are without substance.

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  5. Let Go of Your Mistaken Identity
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    Let Go of Your Mistaken Identity

    • Posted: 2/25/13
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    Whenever we picture ourselves, there is one image that rarely, if ever, enters into our mental movie: that of being someone who is ready to fall apart. But truthfully, few of us see ourselves in any self-comprising light at all. We feel safe within the dimly lit theatre of our own circle-of-self-pictures and we return to it often -- especially when the harsh light of reality starts to break th...

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  6. Any Limitation Can Be Transcended
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    Any Limitation Can Be Transcended

    • Posted: 2/11/13
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    Actualizing our spiritual right to live without the frustration of fearful limitations is not a question of achieving something new; it begins with choosing to end a relationship with that which has never been true.

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  7. Take the Stuffing Out of What Scares You
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    Take the Stuffing Out of What Scares You

    • Posted: 11/19/12
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    There was once a family living on a large farm, growing corn crops. As the children grew up and the older ones would leave home, the younger ones would get to take better rooms in the house. One boy lived on the east side of the house until one of his brothers left and he was old enough to get his own room on the west side that looked out onto the corn field. The first night in the new room w...

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  8. Treasure the Truth About Yourself
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    Treasure the Truth About Yourself

    • Posted: 4/25/11
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    There is an inner gold you can find whose possession fulfills you, regardless of your external circumstances. We can call this inner gold "real self-knowledge."...

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  9. Stop Animating What Makes You Ache
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    Stop Animating What Makes You Ache

    • Posted: 10/12/09
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    If we see how much of our unhappiness is self-created, through being inattentive to our own interior life, then accordingly, we can learn to re-direct our attention, placing it where we will within what is right and bright. But, there is only one way to realize this reversal: we must work to see how wrongly directed attention works against us. Perhaps a thought pops into your mind about a pr...

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  10. How to Want Whatever Happens to You
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    How to Want Whatever Happens to You

    • Posted: 4/20/09
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    The more we imagine a fearless life created by conditions outside of us, the more compelled we feel to try and control those same conditions. Our fear being that any change in them will return us back where we started: searching for a way to be fearless. Yet, the more we resist change, the more afraid we become of it. We find ourselves applying more and more pressure to life in order to escape...

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  11. Hidden Within You is a Gift Too Big to See
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    Hidden Within You is a Gift Too Big to See

    • Posted: 9/10/07
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    In days now thought distant to us but perhaps not as far as one would imagine, the queen of a great country said to her daughter, "Constance, come here and sit down next to me. Even though you are still but a child, you are now old enough to receive the gift I have been holding for you since the day you were born." Constance met her glance with a big open grin that fairly shouted, "Tell me mo...

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  12. Cancel Self-Wrecking Resentments
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    Cancel Self-Wrecking Resentments

    • Posted: 8/17/04
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    Unconscious conflicts, in dialogue form, play themselves out in our mind by painfully reenacting various scenes from our past; moments gone by in which we either know, or sense, we were compromised by our own weakness. If these inner dialogues were left to themselves as they popped into our mind, they'd be as powerless to disturb us as an echo is to change its own sound. Where we get into tr...

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