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Reality Formula’s Guiding Principles for The Physical Body ©

The Guiding Principles of Reality For The Body © The Law of Mind: Cause and Effect: There are no accidents. The body we have is the one created for us for the duration of our life journey on Planet Earth. It is perfect for its mission, regardless of how we perceive it. It is designed to bring the challenges it does for the purpose of

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Grandparents as Mentors & Guides – A Forgotten Resource?

Before you read further: This letter, though a personal one written to my grandson, may also be relevant to you, or your family. I share it here for two reasons, one, I post this letter here as a way to invite my grandson without applying any well-intentioned pressure on him to go along just because he thinks he should, Since he does not know the

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The World As the Mirror of Our Own Mind

I had the most interesting encounter at a local store illustrating how the world around me reflects my own inner debates. I was returning an item and there was a line. The guy in front of me “stalled out” texting on his cellphone when our line moved ahead, and I, in my eagerness to move things along and thinking he hadn’t noticed mentioned it to

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Reality says, “What We Resist, Persists …”

There are basic universal principles that define Reality. Wise men of every generation have observed these universal principles at work in the natural world. Certain of these guiding principles are the very foundation upon which the Reality Formula™ is based. For instance, we know that Reality is a medium that supports life, in the same way that water is a medium that supports aquatic life.

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Comparing Ourselves to Others or Living in Source?

photo credit: h.koppdelaney Often we may feel compelled to compare ourselves to others to determine our progress in life. However, this is defeatist, because it is not how we are doing in relation to others that essentially matters. Such comparisons really tell us nothing – they cannot provide us with a realistic measure of where we are on the journey of life at all. Comparing

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