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  • Behold
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    Behold

    • Posted: 11/22/04
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    This special writing complementing Guy's talk of November 21st, 2004, contains hidden treasures that hint at an entirely new way of living.

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  • Sure Steps Towards a Silent Mind
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    Sure Steps Towards a Silent Mind

    • Posted: 2/26/05
    • 870 words
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    One maxim of self-development I sense is true is that the way out of any stressful situation is to "go through it." How does this approach apply to reducing stress-producing thought-attacks? Everything depends upon our ability to inwardly discriminate between thoughts and feelings that are for us as opposed to those that are against us. Whenever confronted with an onslaught of internal i...

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  • The Strength of a Silent Mind
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    The Strength of a Silent Mind

    • Posted: 10/16/05
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    One of the most powerful forces in the universe available to human beings is also one of the least understood and appreciated. This powerful force is silence. The secret strength found in silence is as practical in daily life as is its true character life-changing. You can actually possess, and reap the benefits from, a quiet mind. When you want to directly enjoy the sunshine, you must go out...

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  • Discovering the Impersonal Nature of True Peace
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    Discovering the Impersonal Nature of True Peace

    • Posted: 3/11/06
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    As surprising as it may be to learn at first, the more "personal" is our peace, the more punishment we are likely to attract from it! Sometimes the simplest things show the deepest truths: Have you ever been in the midst of that personal peace called, "sitting in front of the TV with a nice pizza"? You know what happens next! The phone rings or a neighbor drops by and . . . Boom! One's slice o...

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  • Keys to Consciously Changing Yourself
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    Keys to Consciously Changing Yourself

    • Posted: 7/7/06
    • Time: 00:09:39
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    Guy explains that one of the primary reasons why we don't change is because there's no space in our life. He shows how real change requires we agree to the stirrings and disturbances that are part of the full life. These stirrings and disturbances actually serve a purpose we cannot know in advance.

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  • The Will and the Way to be Inwardly Still
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    The Will and the Way to be Inwardly Still

    • Posted: 7/9/06
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    How many times in a day do we find ourselves having gone after something that we wanted, only to find ourselves "gotten" or "done in" by what we have reached for? Then what happens? The crying, complaining, bitterness, blaming starts: "Oh, why is this happening to me? This isn't right!" We can't see how we actually participated in producing the moment in which we find ourselves compromised, an...

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  • Dare to Slow Down Your Life
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    Dare to Slow Down Your Life

    • Posted: 9/16/06
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    Every person knows what it feels like to be carried off by an anxious state, so you decide: when some anxiety comes along and takes over your life, are you an awake, inwardly centered person or are you an unconscious, outwardly driven man or woman? Which are you? That you're outwardly directed is pretty obvious. Why? Because that anxious state could not exist without your false belief that who...

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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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  • For True Self-Command Just Stop, Look, and Listen
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    For True Self-Command Just Stop, Look, and Listen

    • Posted: 5/26/07
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    A man who doesn't know his true identity does not know that he doesn't really know. The fact that he is confused, frightened and still searching for himself remains almost totally unsuspected by him because he has unknowingly assumed a false identity. This temporary, false self feels real because it is animated and driven along by the man's reactions as he seeks himself. The fact that thi...

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  • Realize Your True Self in the Pool of Wisdom
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    Realize Your True Self in the Pool of Wisdom

    • Posted: 7/9/07
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    Isn't it true that the minute something happens, there is a reaction that takes place to the event, and the reaction forms as a stimulus by which we then want to figure out how to resolve this pain that we're in, fix the person, or change the condition so that the disturbance we're feeling will go away? This means that in the moment where there is disturbance, we are meeting the disturbance w...

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  • The Quiet Beauty of Being Inwardly Balanced
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    The Quiet Beauty of Being Inwardly Balanced

    • Posted: 11/19/07
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    The meditative life is not limited to sitting down someplace quietly, nor is it limited to someplace in time where we can control conditions so that we can experience something of a quiet mind. It can be said that meditation is the active relationship that an individual has with the whole of his or her life. Indeed, if we were able to see clearly enough into our own life, we would see some...

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  • Silence is Golden
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    Silence is Golden

    • Posted: 12/26/07
    • Time: 00:06:23
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    Have you ever wondered why it's said, "Silence is Golden?" Hidden in these words is a secret instruction by which a person can find a peace that passes all understanding. Silence is golden because, for the individual who is willing to remain in that silence with his or her own suffering, that person finds spiritual gold. The suffering in silence is the purification of the soul and the suffe...

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