compassion, collaboration & cooperation iN transistion
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Most commonly we see events in a superficial context and the evaluation that follows is, therefore, also superficial. This is because our common mindset is superficial i.e. Earthly, three-dimensional etc.
To view and evaluate events in their true…
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Thought is still - there is no motion. Thought acts but there is no activity.
Thought is the Great Spirit, the First Cause, the Creative Force, God; and, whatever name it is given, the Great Spirit, the First Cause, the Creative Force, God is Thought.…
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Be it from human to human, animal to animal or human to animal how does telepathy [thought transference] work? We all know that we sometimes feel something when we meet or see someone, or even, sometimes, hear of someone. We call this feeling “vibes”. We also know, for instance, that animals are…Continue
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One cannot “meditate on something”. This is because to “meditate on something” is to focus the mind on something, whereas meditation is the process by which the mind is stilled, not activated.
However, one can focus the mind on something in a state of quiet contemplation or, as a means to…
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In our normal state we Spirits have no attachments. It is only when we entered the Phenomenal World, or Earth Plane, that we developed the numerous emotional attachments, and those of other types if there are any, that burden us and without which we feel naked and incomplete. These we guard…Continue
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Accompanying the awareness of the reality of karma can be the difficulty of coping with the awareness that there is no such thing as a "tragedy", an "innocent", an "accident" etcetera; of coping with the necessity of saying to oneself, "These people have brought these things upon themselves."…Continue
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One kind of love is affection - normally considered to be love in a less intense form. Affection is variable according to the factors influencing it - it is a 'worldly' phenomenon and impermanent.
The second kind is that which stems from the emotions and/or the…
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Far too many of us get so caught up in the whys and wherefores of things that we get all knotted up, with the result that the creativity lacks the freedom which is essential for creative expression. Just go with the flow!
As a teenager I drew and painted and continued this expression till…
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This could be you.
Imagine an actor who is wearing all the costumes he has worn on stage in the past looking at himself in the mirror and trying to decide who or what he is. If he goes to the dressing room and strips down to his skin he will see himself clearly.…
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he chatter of the mind blocks enlightenment. Many seekers of enlightenment set the mind to a myriad of tasks and the only result of this is 'ments'* like flies in a bottle - a lot of noise and activity going nowhere. Remember that the path to enlightenment involves subduing the mind, subjugating…Continue
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There was no Big Bang. The Big Bang theory stems from the fact that the human mind thinks in terms of time and space. As a consequence, for the dispersal of energy/matter around the universe of time and space it requires an impelling force - in this case an explosion, a big bang. However, Creation…Continue
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