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Helpful Tips for Furthering Enlightenment

photo credit: lululemon athletica Here are some helpful tips for grounding and furthering your progress towards peace: 1. Start your day with a deliberate focus on aligning with Source. a. Read something inspirational to set the tone, and go, as if to a secret meeting w/ your beloved, to a private space set up somewhere in your home just for this purpose. Light a candle,

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Victim Consciousness & Its Opposite

photo credit: Robbert van der Steeg I have lived on all sides of addiction (alcohol & drugs) and so have much personal experience with life on the victim triangle or what we call victim consciousness. I’ve found that moving out of victim consciousness requires that we move into its opposite, observer consciousness. A primary requirement for accessing observer consciousness is the knowledge that our thoughts

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Questioning An Unhappy Belief … & Ideal Marketing

photo credit: semihundido Here’s a rewrite of an original post I thought worthy of re-posting since it aptly demonstrates … Questioning An Unhappy Thought second posting, July 22, 2009 – original posting, May 8, 2009 Here’s a sample of my use of The Work ( www.thework.com ) in dealing with the troubling thought: Belief: “I am a failure because I don’t market my business well.”

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Questioning An Unhappy Thought

photo credit: AGENT82 Here’s a sample of my use of The Work in dealing with the troubling thought, “I am a failure because I don’t market my business well.” The first step towards clearing this negative & limiting thought was to recognize what I was believing so that I could question it; “I am a failure, is it true?” I then wrote down all the

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Writing Down Our Thoughts

photo credit: mrehan I remember once being told, “Listen closely to the words that come out of your mouth and through your pen, they will “give you away” every time”. Taking time to write down our internal chatter can be helpful because it helps us recognize what we’re thinking and believing. Once written down, we can more closely investigate our negative thoughts and feelings; we

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