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Do Our Thoughts Create Events Or, Do Events Create Our Thoughts

This is a question of action and reaction. Do we create events or do the events form our way of thinking, and then once formed, do we influence events. Certainly one thing is clear, if there are negative events, our thoughts will normally become negative. If this continues long enough, it will be difficult to […]

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New iPhone Game To Develop Intuition

My latest project is now completed. I have designed an iPhone application game with the help of a friend, Brendon Duck, who is an excellent programmer, and it is live on the iTunes store now. It is called ForeSight. The game is basically to help you develop your intuition. I got the idea from trading […]

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People Love To Be Depressed And Have No Hope

It is an interesting thing I have noticed, that everyone dreams and wishes to be a certain way, free of negative emotions, free in spirt, open of heart, without pain or fear, and meet someone like that. Yet if they meet someone who possesses those qualities, they say it cannot be real, they are faking […]

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Gratitude And Appreciation

There is a big difference between sincere gratitude and profusely saying thank you. The difference is sincerity, and that affects how the giver feels about giving to you in the future. When you sincerely feel gratitude, then one thank you is enough, even a smile will do, but if you do not have that sincerity, […]

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We Are Nothing More Than A Sum Of Habits

We learn the habits of our manners, tastes in food, character, values, morals, etc. as we grow up. We go to sleep at a certain time, eat a meal at a certain time, the type of food considered appropriate for breakfast, lunch or dinner. To be humble or arrogant, selfish or generous, there is no […]

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The Deadly Ego, Thinking You Understand When You Do Not.

There is a great danger in the whole idea that thoughts are things and we create what we think. This danger is to people who do not fully understand what that principle means, how it works, and how it can be confused with guidance and intuition. That danger lies in the ego which thinks it […]

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I Know Who I Am And I Know What I Want

That is the problem. You do not know who you are, and you only know what you think you want. There are many sayings that tell us to find our self, be that in religion, Shakespeare or in common conversation. ‘Know thyself’ “To thine own self be true” ‘Don’t think who you are, know who […]

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Depression and Purpose

Depression, which is partly anger at ourselves, is self-destructive and drains our energy to the point that it is sometimes difficult to function even minimally. Depression is an illness of will, which becomes diseased, making a person incapable of persevering in many pursuits. People always tell a depressed person to get control and stop wallowing […]

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What Really Bothers You

This is an exercise which I suggest doing for one month or longer. I would really appreciate hearing your results since it is a matter of great interest and a worthy study. Finding the true root cause of anything is the method to eliminate even subtle negative thoughts. The exercise is quite simple, for anything […]

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An Inspiring Story Of The Universe Delivering

An inspiring story and excellent example of the principles, “When the need arises, the solution appears.” as well as another saying, “If the solution is not clear, increase the need and that will draw a better solution quicker.” An immigrant family had rented a house. They love their life in their new country and never […]

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