Posts Tagged ‘ control ’

Surrender

1st November 2011 | 0 Comments
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Think about the last time you received something that you did not ask for – a compliment, a gift, a favor. Think about receiving that when you were in a decent mood. Quite likely you were open and receptive and the world was good. Now try to remember a time when you received a compliment, […]

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Hurry up to wait

7th September 2011 | 0 Comments
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The first time I heard ‘hurry up to wait’ was when I was traveling with a group. We all coordinated our time to arrive at the airport by a certain time so that we could check in together and avoid confusion. All of us arrived at, or near the designated time, but as indicative of […]

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Faith

1st August 2011 | 0 Comments
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It seems to me that having faith is a process of giving up control – not loosing control – but giving up the burdensome task of making sure that you have all bases covered. That is a lot to do for a mere human. Somewhere in the workings of getting things done must be a […]

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What a difference

22nd April 2011 | 0 Comments
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For the last 2 months or so, I have been telling myself to get back into meditating. I had a regular pattern going on for a while, where I would meditate first thing in the morning. At first it was a drag, and then I started looking forward to it, as it put me in […]

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Feel the change

7th April 2011 | 1 Comment
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Do you know what happens when you create a new thought? An old thought becomes history. Old thoughts are ingrained, impulsive and dominant. They are also habitual and set you up for limited access to new ideas. New ideas are fresh. Some of them may even be valuable to your life. If you prevent yourself […]

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Self Dependence

22nd March 2011 | 1 Comment
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Self dependence and independence mean the same thing, however I like the use of the word ‘SELF’. It reminds me of who’s in charge. Knowing I am in charge keeps me on my toes and accountable to myself. When I forget that I am in control, I practically loose my mind – or rather my […]

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Falling Asleep

18th March 2011 | 0 Comments
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When I doubt my ability to do something I am usually in my head and standing in the way of all possibility. I thus, become a roadblock by preventing the natural flow of divine communication that nurtures me. However, the things that I never doubt are the things that I take for granted -things that I have […]

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