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Writing 101, Day 15: Take a cue from your readers

Take a cue from your readers

Our truest life is when we are in our dreams awake.
~ Henry David Thoreau, United States writer and social critic (1817-1862).

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Guttural Utterances

Maybe guttural and maybe just utterances that we don t consciously make. I am talking about perhaps whacked out breathing that makes noises, words or phrases, sighs, baby type sounds, screams, anything that you may have noticed coming out that you didn t intend upon. 54 more words

Experience of the Christ 5/5

1955 Kailua Study Group

Joel S. Goldsmith

121A – Experience of the Christ 5/5

Now, once you know the principle, you can’t make any mistake in your answers, but even though you know the principle, it doesn’t say that you have developed any consciousness of it, and it is from there on, from the moment that you know the letter of truth correctly, from there on the hard work begins. 1,003 more words


Conscious Men | Inspiring Men to Live Consciously and Build a Better World

Join Kids in the House expert and friend John Gray, author of Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus, for the Conscious Men Summit on November 4-7. 33 more words

11 August 2015

I now release the drama of my past.
I consciously create my future.

– Unknown

Do you ever feel stuck in the past?

Challenged by events or people/relationships from your past? 67 more words

Self Sabotage - thoughts on thoughts

Stop sabotaging yourself by being too open and honest about personal details that outsiders don’t need to know about. Keep some of your mystery (it has a purpose) & emphasize the reality you want to be. 257 more words

The Mind