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Controlling Time

Controlling Time

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Meditating the other day, I found myself becoming impatient. I had set an app on my phone to time me and provide bell chimes at regular intervals. For some reason, however, it seemed to be taking forever. Even my legs were starting to slightly ache since I was seated on the floor.

It was supposed to be just a quick 10-minute meditation, which normally goes quite fast. I couldn’t figure out why it was taking so long though. Then when the timer went off to signal I was finished, I realized I had set it for 20 minutes!

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Gradual Then Sudden

Gradual Then Sudden

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Waterskiing last week I came to a sudden understanding: I got it! Now, this was only my second time, so I’m certainly still a novice. But while I was riding I became comfortable to a degree I hadn’t before, and it was clear to me in that moment.

There was no warning, and I wasn’t trying to get to this point. It just happened on its own accord. There was no thinking about it, I just suddenly knew.

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Recognize Your Divinity

Recognize Your Divinity

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How do you speak about God if it cannot be spoken of? What can describe something utterly indescribable? When could something outside of time be pinned down? Where does the infinite reside in space? Why bother attempting an impossible feat such as adequately answering the previous questions about what we call “God”???

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Human Nature

Human Nature

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Having enthusiasm is not difficult to establish in our lives–in fact it is perfectly natural. Unfortunately, we don’t pay enough attention to what makes us truly happy in life. This is because we’ve stopped listening to ourselves, and have been trained to value what the world says is important. Therefore, we’ve been trained to block what is a natural process.

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The Golden Hint

The Golden Hint

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What do you want to be the motivation behind others actions when you request something of them?
One of the books I’ve been reading recently is “Nonviolent Communication” by Marshall Rosenberg. There are a number of excellent points that he makes, but these questions in particular I found very helpful and insightful, which I would like to discuss:
If you ask something from someone, do you want them to do the action whether they like it or not? Is it more important to get what you think you want, even if it is at the expense of others?

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What Excites You?

What Excites You?

 

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In order to live the life we truly desire, we must learn to listen to what inspires us and makes us enthusiastic. Only by learning to hear this inner calling will we be able to manifest our dreams. The life we want is waiting for us, and we only need to align ourselves with what we are deeply passionate about to start living that life.

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