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Steps in Finding Freedom From My Unhappy Story About You

Steps in Giving Up My Unhappy Story About You 1. Return to the Present – There are no problems in this moment. It’s only the regrets of the past and the angst about the future that is capable of generating misery. The ego abducts us into the land of time; the realm of unconsciousness, by occupying us with thoughts of past and future. Neither of

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When is enough enough? How to be kind and still draw the line …

On the path to peace, we encounter the struggle for balance between being consciously kind and loving and tolerating the intolerable. The Guiding Principles of Reality teach us that Love is the answer … that there is a gift in every single encounter, including the most painful ones. The principles emphasize that we must give up blame to find the peace and resolution we seek. And so

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Fighting Addiction … does it really work?

Resisting our addictions does not help us eliminate them. Let’s use the example of smoking. When we think of ourselves as addicted to smoking, who do we become? Remember when we believe it, we automatically feel and act is if it’s true … So it follows course then, that if we believe we’re an addict, we play the part, which reinforces the addiction. Then of

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Using the Guiding Principles During the “Hard Times”

The news concerning my health was not what I wanted to hear. The lab report that brought the news was part of a screening for a clinical study I was applying for to test a new drug protocol for Hepatitis C, a condition I was diagnosed with in 2001. The news was disappointing for two reasons, one, because I did not qualify to participate in

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A Letter To A Perpetrator

Recently the life of a friend, and fellow wayfarer on the path to consciousness, was taken by an act of ruthless brutality. In our struggle to understand how such a bright light could be so suddenly snuffed out by one whose thinking is clearly distorted … and left with questions like, “how do we even begin to think of forgiving? Is it permissible even, much

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