A King’s Story

 by Will Nesbitt
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True story. I was laying in bed and was inspired to get up and write this story. I was typing kind of fast so I could get it all out so it really hasn’t been edited much. Forgive any typos or errors. Anyway, here it is. Enjoy. Peace. A King’s Story There once was a more »

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You may be familiar with the term unconditional love, but have you learned to practice this powerful concept? Unconditional love is a transformational gift that empowers us and those whom we love to become the best that we can be. It is fundamental to our happiness and wellbeing to learn how to love ourselves and more »

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Be a Star in Your Own Life

 by Catherine Franz
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Do you have the charactertics to be star in their own life? What characteristics below do you have or don’t have already? Give each item a rating from 1 to 10 with 10 being you have this charactertics 100%. 1. Believe anything is possible. The universe is your oasis, see everything as vast within a more »

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I am not enlightened, and yet, I am no longer “normal.” Since you are reading this, I suspect you probably feel the same. Somewhere between the normal, Solid level of consciousness and the transparent, Ethereal level of enlightenment, lies a very fluid, Liquid level of awareness. Just ahead lies a beautiful glen, a large clearing more »

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One of the key models for goal achievement is that of cause and effect. This model says that your goal is an effect to be achieved, and your task is to identify and then create the cause that will produce the desired effect, thereby achieving your goal. Sounds simple enough, right? However, the main problem more »

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Consulting Your Soul

 by Wayne Dyer
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Recently I approached a traffic light where a man stood in shabby clothes with a three-legged dog by his side. As I waited for the light to change I looked at this scene with compassion and felt an urge to contribute something. The sign he was carrying indicated that he was homeless. The people in more »

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Dealing with Difficult People

 by Steve Pavlina
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How do you deal with difficult, irrational, or abusive people, especially those in positions of authority who have some degree of control over your life? I’ve never met a totally rational human being. Our ability to store and process information is far too imperfect for that. But our emotions are a shortcut. The book Emotional more »

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What if you currently live a very comfortable lifestyle and you have a lot of assets? How can you justify running off to do what truly makes you happy if it might put all your current assets at risk? Here’s my take on this… To abandon a comfortable lifestyle that isn’t deeply fulfilling is to more »

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Sometimes you find yourself with a goal you think you should want to achieve, but you just don’t seem to be taking enough action to reach it. You aren’t really afraid of failure or rejection, the path to the goal seems clear enough and might even be an interesting challenge, and occasionally you’ll make some more »

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Getting Past Your Past

 by Will Nesbitt
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Right now, I’m reading a book called Friendship with God by Neale Donald Walsch best-selling author of Conversations with God (GREAT BOOK by the way….I highly recommend it.) Anyway, here is an excerpt from the book. It struck a chord with me and I wanted to share it. Enjoy. Peace. (Please forgive any typos. I more »

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Too often we may find ourselves confronted by the plights of a homeless person and shrink away with a silent prayer that they will not approach us or bother us for money. We shirk our responsibilities to these people daily. But we are part of a world which has created and maintains a large homeless more »

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Editors Note: Family Circle Interview (2003) with Dr. Wayne Dyer: Could 2003 be your lucky year – the one in which you fulfill a dream, improve your health, increase prosperity and feel happier? Absolutely, says bestselling author Wayne Dyer, whose latest book is 10 Secrets for Success and Inner Peace (Hay House). Dyer believes that more »

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This is all about being true to the energy blueprint for your life which you as a Soul designed before you were born, and about being true to your inner dreams and aspirations. So many young people these days are looking in magazines for an idol on whom to model themselves – a pop or more »

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I Love A Woman Who….

 by Will Nesbitt
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I Love A Woman Who… …. understands that the path to knowing herself begins with knowing God first. …. takes the time to understand me as I am and not who I am in comparison to others. …. knows that she knows nothing about BEING a man and that the only way to support me more »

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Is There Something Called Free Will

 by Ramesh Kumar Thiagarajan
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The statement “”The concept of free will is a fallacy”” is actually fallacious! How do you live your life? of course you live with free will. You decide what to eat for breakfast, what to wear today and so on. don’t you? So how can you not be responsible for your actions? Let us take more »

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Knowing Is Being

 by Steve Pavlina
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What do you know? Do you know about productivity, time management, and organizing? Are you highly productive? Do you know how to be healthy? Are you healthy? Do you believe your life should serve a purpose? Are you living such a purpose right now? Do you know what it means to be good? Are you more »

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Love And Goals

 by Will Nesbitt
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Here are a couple of thoughts that came to me and I want to share them with you in hopes that they could be of use. Enjoy. Peace. Oh, and if you use these quotes, then please credit my name. Thanks. Peace. ABOUT LOVE: Love is all around you and the things that you want more »

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Manifesting Intentions

 by Steve Pavlina
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With respect to the intention-manifestation model of goal achievement mentioned in the previous post, like many others who’ve tried it, I have some difficulty applying it. When I’m at my most conscious, I’m able to focus my intentions congruently, and my goals begin to manifest with relative ease. However, sometimes I sink to a lower more »

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Mirrors

 by Will Nesbitt
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What’s the one thing that most people do before leaving home? Check themselves in the mirror. Before I walk outside, I do a quick check in the mirror just to make sure my do (my hair), clothes, mustache and beard are straight. Even if i’m just going outside to my car or to the mailbox. more »

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Money vs. People

 by Will Nesbitt
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Let’s say I were to offer you $10,000. It’s tax-free, no gimmicks, and you don’t have to do anything to get it. It’s just $10,000 and it’s yours if you want it. The only thing is that I can only give you the money in quarters. Would you take it? What if I could only more »

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We live in an electromagnetic sea of light which is flowing through the universe. This sea of light is a part of our human consciousness. The many millions of Lightworkers in the world have now brought enough conscious awareness into the level of the light on earth to start and connect the whole underlying field more »

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Past life experiences have become a commonplace in our culture, particularly among the ‘new age’ crowd. Skeptics rightly note that far too many people are claiming to have been noteworthy historical figures, or are being told by psychics that they have been someone famous and easily recognized from the past. This strongly suggests that there more »

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What you give Energy or attention to expands and grows. We can use this law in our business ventures to create a business and be of value to others. Business is all about creating something of value that others want. You can do this by assessing and becoming aware of the things in your life more »

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Questioning Your Beliefs

 by Steve Pavlina
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In this post I’ll share some of my personal experiences shifting through different belief systems. At the age of 17, I first began to seriously question my beliefs about reality. In my case it had a lot to do with the religion and culture in which I was raised. I was Catholic at the time, more »

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In the previous post, we identified some fears that hold people back from taking more social risks, including the fear of others forming a negative opinion of you and the fear of hurting others through social interaction with them, fears that would be eliminated if you were dealing only with computer-generated characters in a simulation more »

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Sea Of Confidence

 by Will Nesbitt
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Normally, I’m a positive person. I like to support others with kind words and thoughts just so they will always be uplifted and in a positive frame of mind. People can usually depend on me to be the voice of hope and reason. And I love it. I love seeing others get what they want more »

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Breaking the mold of being a child is difficult. The mere addition of years does not make that happen. The dependency many adults choose, in fact, keeps them in a child-like mentality. If the doctor makes our health decisions, an accountant our financial ones, a minister our moral ones and a politician is left to more »

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Many people don’t know this about me (well, they will now), but I suffer from a very serious disease. I don’t know when I contracted this disease nor do I know from whom. But I know that each day I allow it to go untreated is another day wasted and quite possibly draws me even more »

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Many of us have had a distinctive experience of having met someone for the first time, someone with whom we feel we are incontrovertibly connected deep within our souls. We may believe this new person is our soul mate or our twin soul. But what are our soul mates or twin spirits really? Can we more »

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There is a popular philosophy among people who explore spirituality which is often discussed by Sylvia Brown and which appears in her written work that describes a spiritual contract we enter into when we begin our various incarnations. In that contract we agree to accept and experience everything which will happen to us in our more »

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Stop Being Paranoid!

 by Will Nesbitt
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Why are we so paranoid nowadays, man? Paranoia is defined as the “baseless or excessive suspicion of the motives of others” or “extreme, irrational distrust of others”. This basically means that a person who is paranoid always believes someone is out to harm them. Paranoia seems to be the norm these days. No one trusts more »

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I wanted to share one of the most common healings I have done with psychic readings. Psychic Readers and Healers may want to add this valuable lesson to their toolkits. Testing someone’s love can be a trap that may ruin your relationship with them. Learn why this happens so that you may avoid this relationship more »

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The Company You Keep

 by Will Nesbitt
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Be careful who you call friend and who you associate with. Everyone has their own energy field….positive or negative. The longer you hang around someone, the more susceptible you are to their energy. Think about it: If a person can’t commit to being good to themselves, why would you possibly expect them to do it more »

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The Courage To Change

 by Will Nesbitt
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Is there something you want to change about your life? Do you want to try a career different from the one you’re in now but you’re afraid to because you have a degree in something totally different? Do you want to end an unhappy marriage and move on with your life but you’re afraid of more »

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The Inevitable

 by Will Nesbitt
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Death. It is inevitable. It is one of the only things guaranteed in this life….along with taxes. Regardless of who you are or where you’re from, death is certain. But what’s funny is that even though we know it’s coming, we fear it and do all we can to prevent it. I believe the reason more »

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The following is taken from The Mastery of Love by Don Miguel Ruiz (Chapter 3). It’s called ‘The Man Who Didn’t Believe In Love’. By the way, please pardon the typos. I was typing pretty fast and didn’t proofread. So, there…. The Man Who Didn’t Believe in Love I want to tell you a very more »

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During sleep, I am noticing more and more the spiritual nature of human consciousness. It becomes very clear as our awareness evolves and the veil between us and our spiritual nature becomes more transparent in our experience. I am increasingly noticing this as I move between states of consciousness in my sleep. I have witnessed more »

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The Truth of Reactions

 by Wayne Wirs
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In my life, I have tried to be Good and Pure and True. In these qualities, I have failed miserably. Why is it so hard to be good? Why is it so difficult to act in harmony with our mental ideals? From the sea of Emptiness, everything arises. Many people on the spiritual path eventually more »

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Thought vs. Action

 by Steve Pavlina
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Balancing thought and action is a challenge for many people, especially those who are self-employed. How much time should you spend thinking vs. doing? We hear things like, “failing to plan is planning to fail,” implying that careful thought must govern all action. But then there are also the cries of, “Do it now! Do more »

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Religion is a special way of sharing ourselves with others. Perhaps the best thing that we may share with others through our religions is our connectedness to each other and to our Creator. We may go through many relationships with religion in our lives. Some of us may find our spiritual path by only a more »

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True Confidence

 by James Rick
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It’s time to get at the root of what confidence really is; what causes it and how can we cultivate it. Imagine you are a general. Standing on a small hill overlooking a field of enemy soldiers. You are to lead your men into battle. They look to you now for inspiration. You are to more »

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I see the human Soul as the membrane though which the Universal light shines. We have all seen the computer projectors for doing PowerPoint presentations. The projector contains a membrane which can be reprogrammed by the computer to give the colour and density of light needed to project the correct image onto the screen. I more »

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Who Am I?

 by Will Nesbitt
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This is a question that almost everyone has asked themselves at least once in their lives. For me, this has been an ongoing question. Even more so within recent years. Who am I? Good question. The answer is….hell, I still don’t know. At least not completely. But I know that I am on the correct more »

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Who am I? Can you answer that? What would be your answer? Would you begin to describe who you are in terms of your job, accomplishments, race, fraternity/sorority, even your aspirations? Is your answer based on how others perceive or have perceived you or what your parents told you? What is your answer? At one more »

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You Need People

 by Steve Pavlina
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If you’re stuck living a life you wouldn’t have consciously chosen if you had it to do all over again, what can you realistically do about it? The Black Hole By “stuck” I mean truly, deeply stuck. You’ve got the stable job, the family, and the mortgage. But even though your situation looks pretty good more »

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