10 04, 2013

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A collective force is arising through humanity that knows – instinctively feels – that other ways are now needed if we wish to transition to a new era.

10 04, 2013

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Why, after all, should we wish to remain credible when we can, and should, be aiming for the incredible?

22 01, 2013

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We should not forget that despite the constraining forces that surround our social lives, we have at our disposal a great reservoir of human energy.

22 01, 2013

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In a modern global world that increasingly encourages a 24/7 connected lifestyle it is important that each of us manages to find balance, harmony, and coherence within our inner states.

22 01, 2013

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We need to assume the responsibility to make each moment and encounter our own. By not taking such responsibility we let events drift away from us, or are powerless to defend against their disruptive influence.

22 01, 2013

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Our collective consensus reality is a bewitching spell. It is an illusory shared ‘reality’ that both fascinates and beguiles.

22 01, 2013

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People rarely seek out those experiences that will actively challenge their perceptions and thus create flexibility of thought. Yet the fixed idea is the enemy of free-thinking.

22 01, 2013

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Spiritual practice does not require us to be skinny and ascetic; nor need it be mystical or hysterical. In fact, it is more often humorous and straight-forward.

22 01, 2013

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Many western cultures put great store by the collection of information like greedy children. Yet we can be intellectual giants whilst at the same time being spiritual infants.

22 01, 2013

By | January 22nd, 2013|Thought of the day|0 Comments

Too many of our social events, devices, interactions, etc, coerce us into placing our attention upon exterior gratifications; often at the expense of our inner condition. Many of us go through life as automatons, barely touching the epidermis of wakefulness.