Tag: Thoughts

Who are you, really?

Filed in Consciousness, Emotions, Oneness, Thoughts by on December 12, 2014 0 Comments
Who are you, really?
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Here is a question for you all to ponder. And please share your thoughts. It was presented to me in a philosophy course a few years ago. Two women, Sarah and Kim, are crossing the street when they are struck by a car and killed. Sarah’s body is destroyed beyond recognition, but her brain is […]

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You are endless energy

Filed in Consciousness, Oneness, Thoughts by on December 3, 2014 0 Comments
You are endless energy
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    The best way to understand your place in this world is to know this… You are a non-physical energy temporarily existing in a physical body. The body, the mind and the thoughts your mind creates are grounded in the temporary, physical part of our world. The non-physical energy is not temporary but infinite. […]

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Everything is a Lesson

Filed in Thoughts by on April 13, 2013 0 Comments
Everything is a Lesson
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Stop being busy judging events and start to look and understand the lesson to be learned from what you are experiencing. Once the lesson is learned, the situation may happen again, but you will not experience it the same way. Why? Because once the lesson is learned, the experience changes. It was once said that […]

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How I freed myself from “What If” thinking!

Filed in Consciousness, Thoughts by on March 19, 2013 3 Comments
How I freed myself from “What If” thinking!
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Many people that find themselves on a path leading to enlightenment are familiar with suffering. Suffering can come in many shapes and sizes. For some, a childhood trauma, abuse, loss of a loved one or other such event can cause them to become a prisoner within their own thinking. For others, it is a more […]

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How To Think About Not Thinking

Filed in Thoughts by on March 3, 2013 0 Comments
How To Think About Not Thinking
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How does one go about the act of turning off thought? It is a complex process, but also one of the most simple. It is complex because it takes practice and understanding. It is simple because the harder you try to not think, the more you create thought. For me, the best way to control […]

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