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Do not Jump to Conclusions

Restrain yourself from wanting to jump to a conclusion. Even though you think you almost know, restrain yourself, because in this Universe of so many possibilities, you can never know completely. 178 more words

Lessons From My Teacher

Listen to Every Dimension

When you are listening to the Universe, listen to every dimension because the Universe is not sending you information only from the outside of you. Guides, Masters of the Light, and souls who are connected to you from other dimensions continue to send messages to you. 97 more words

Lessons From My Teacher

Changing habits

If you place electrodes in a rat’s brain and put him in an unfamiliar maze with a piece of chocolate hidden at the end of a path, you see an amazing thing about how habits affect your brain. 1,364 more words

Organizational Exercises

Am I Open to Learn?

I am going to assume that you have the curiosity to know and that you are willing to investigate more. I am going to assume that you have the strong desire to learn and to grow, so that you are very interested in learning the art of exploration. 350 more words

Lessons From My Teacher

Meditation

Buddha was asked “what you gained from meditation?” 

He replied “nothing! However, let me tell you what i have lost: anger, anxiety, depression, insecurity, fear of old age and death” 608 more words

Changing Habits

Easy and difficult...

  • Easy is to judge the mistakes of others,

difficult is to recognize our own mistakes.

  • Easy is to hurt someone who loves you,

difficult is to heal the wound…

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Inspiration

Nurture the Flame of Goodness

Sometimes people say, “This is a hard journey! Everywhere I look there is a challenge. And it seems difficult to come out of this challenge, because whenever I aspire towards good, it seems all the negative things come to me, how can I give attention to the good?” We are so caught up in looking at the negative, that the good becomes insignificant … it becomes the small. 145 more words

Lessons From My Teacher