Category: 5) Pearls

ORDER

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Orderliness is directly connected with divine harmony and, like so many things, there is both an inner version and an outer version; there’s also a divine version—order—and a corresponding distortion—disorder… In the grand scheme of things, inner order is what we experience when we are fully conscious and there is no more unconscious material left in our soul…Any lack of…

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POSITIVE THINKING

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As many believe, positive thinking is indeed essential for anyone who wants to mature spiritually. Unfortunately, it is often wrongly understood and therefore applied in the wrong way… One of the fundamental building blocks of any spiritual path is developing clean and sound thoughts…Unclean thoughts then build disharmonious creations that lead, eventually, to impacting our destiny… It’s always so tempting…

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BUILDING ON DEFICIT

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There’s an obstacle many face…It’s the tendency for people to build on deficit. This is intrinsically linked to this belief in an empty, poor, ungiving world…Whenever we stack positive beliefs on top of negative ones we are only half-aware of, we are building on deficit. So if we secretly believe we are unlovable or unacceptable, despite our surface behaviors to…

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GIVING & RECEIVING

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The grace of God simply is. It exists all the time, all around us, penetrating everything that is…Grace means that everything, in the end, will work out for the best… The problem isn’t that we need to draw God’s grace to us; it’s already there in every pore of our being. The problem is our faulty outlook, our limited view…

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TRANSPARENCY

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When we follow a spiritual path, we are on a direct mission to eliminate all our secrets. First up: stop hiding things from ourselves. We keep our conscious minds in the dark—a lot. We need to realize just how much material we’re ignoring, sticking it away in our unconscious where it breeds and multiplies. Once we start to develop a…

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