Starting Over / New Beginnings
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Topics Covered: Thoughts are the past; Thoughts are always incomplete; Be the witness of the judging consciousness; Seeing is not the same as thinking; Who and what you really are is immeasurable; Measuring yourself is misery; See what it is like to complain all the time; Real consciousness will not contradict itself; We do not escape a fear, we see through it; The present moment is...
Topics Covered: Conditioning is the extension of a consciousness trying to escape itself; Work to be conscious of a nature that never stops conditioning itself; The habitual tug of emptiness saying, "fill me"; Judging yourself is part of repetition; The moment we don't want is the level of consciousness that fears it; Crisis is a revelation factor; Identity and image are a singularity...
Student Talks: 7/26/2019 - Key Lesson: Patience always "wins" the day, but only if, and as we agree to finish the "race."
Do you ever suffer from anxiety? No, that's not a trick question. And if you're willing to agree the answer is ""yes,"" here's something you should know: You're not alone! I'm about to give you some surprising facts, so please bear with me for just a few minutes. Then I'll give you the startling solution to the problem of anxiety that most people will never learn, but that you can use...
Some days the hits just keep coming...and some days just hit harder than others! But then - just when you least expect it - and always when you feel least prepared, there comes a moment that completely overwhelms you; in an instant you're upside down, head under water, with nothing to grab onto but your own frantic thoughts...
How to Quit Looking Back, Stop Putting Yourself Down, End Self-blame, and Start Realizing True Happiness (Yes, you really can have all that... and more! Read on...) We've all heard it a million times: ""You are your own worst enemy."" But why? In what way? It's partly because of the inner critic that lives inside of us...
Tonight, millions of men and women will climb into bed struggling with broken hearts, knotted stomachs, and frightened nerves. For some it's the bleakness of a shattered relationship... or the gnawing suspicion that they can no longer trust their partner. For others it's the dread over the presentation they've been asked to give, or the project they've put off to the last minute. And st...
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