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Two Phrase Story #28

I provide the first phrase and you complete the sentence and we see in how many different directions one thought can be taken. I’d love to see how y’all treat one and the same string of words! 15 more words


Exercises for a Healthy Brain

We exercise our bodies to stay fit, but have you thought of exercise for your brain as well? Many people perform various, physical activities to work out their bodies, but the brain requires mental exertion to remain sharp, as well. 492 more words


Message to Isaac

I find it easier to focus during meditation when I dwell on a few passages from the Master Key beforehand. Most people who try to read that book say it is meaningless. 283 more words

Master Key Meditation

The Ten Minutes Walk-Smile Therapy

 Good evening beautiful people? I hope everyone is good, not too stressed, or frustrated or pissed off. So in my ever buzzing mind I thought to share this with you. 519 more words

Let's Talk

Putting Stress into Perspective

Good Morning & Happy Second Week of December!

AKA Good Morning & Happy Week-Where-Everything-Starts-Speeding-Up-And-I-Need-More-Coffee-And-It-Kinda-Hurts-To-Breathe-A-Little.

Or is that just me?

Until this year, early December was always Finals time for me, which basically meant I showered like three times a week and only ate microwaved meals and studied until my eyes burned. 587 more words


15 Daily Brain Teasers That Improve Mental Focus

It’s long been said, particularly by teachers, that exercising the brain keeps it fit and strong. However, the widespread belief in psychology was that brain exercises only strengthened the brain for that particular task. 1,344 more words

Brain Health

Reality Experienced 1/4

1955 Kailua Study Group

Joel S. Goldsmith

124B – Reality Experienced 1/4

Good Morning,

It came to me this morning that we should understand the meaning of a word, which appears not only in The Infinite Way literature a great deal, but in all mystical literature, and which is but little understood. 1,606 more words