Monday, September 30th, 2013 Focus: I choose to have a definite, positive, mental attitude, a way of thinking called faith.

Almost any disease can be induced in hypnotic subjects by suggestion. For example, a subject in the hypnotic state can develop a high temperature, flushed face, or chills according to the nature of the suggestion given. By experiment, you can suggest to the person that he is paralyzed and cannot walk: it will be so.

If a man says he is allergic to Timothy grass, you can place a synthetic flower or an empty glass in front of his nose, when he is in a hypnotic state, and tell him it is Timothy grass. He will portray the usual allergic symptoms. This indicates that the cause of the disease is in the mind. The healing of the disease can also take place mentally.

The process of all healing is a definite, positive, mental attitude, an inner attitude, or a way of thinking, called faith. Healing is due to a confident expectancy which acts as a powerful suggestion to the subconscious mind releasing its healing potency. You can rest assured, if you have faith, you shall get results.

Excerpted from the article:
How To Be Healed: One Universal Healing Principle
by Joseph Murphy.

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Saturday, September 28th, 2013 Focus: I choose to relight my inner passion for life.

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Why is our passion, our exuberance, missing? First of all we have to stop being so emotionally guarded. We hide our emotional expressions because we feel vulnerable and even exposed if we show our true feelings. As we defend ourselves subconsciously we use up our vitality, the energy we have every day to apply to whatever we do, and our internal resources become taxed, even limited.

We also need to self-nurture. We must do what we love, what opens our hearts, what comforts us. A long massage, a walk in the woods, a great book, anything that brings us back to center and inner comfort. We must recall what brought passion to us in our past, like during our childhood when we were innocent and not guarded from life and everything was interesting and exciting.

Passion is a state of being, not something to do. If you let your guard down and stop defending yourself, let the tension ooze out of your body, what you will find is the capacity to feel much more deeply than you knew you were capable of.

Excerpted from the article:
How Can You Relight Your Inner Passion?
by Meg Blackburn Losey, Ph.D.

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Friday, September 27th, 2013 Focus: I have the power to forgive and let go of the past, and thus change my present and my future.

I’ve heard many people claim that they are the way they are because of what their mother and father did. That’s history. They did that to you, you’ve had that experience, and you chose to feel what you’re feeling. Now you have the power to forgive, release and let go and make another choice.

It doesn’t change what they did or all the behavioral patterns you acquired over many lifetimes that got you right to where you are, but in this instant, having the power to forgive, release and let go of that past, you can change your present, grow, and change your future.

When you do this, you stop attracting those kinds of elements that “help” you have those “bad behaviors”, “accidents” or “victimizations.” You won’t need them. After all, you only create those things to give you another opportunity to make a different choice. They are neither “good” nor “bad”, they just are.

Excerpted from the article:
Stop Hurting Yourself! Choose to Forgive
by Rev. Daniel Chesbro.

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The Order of Melchizedek: Love, Willing Service, & Fulfillment
by Rev. Daniel Chesbro with Rev. James Erickson.

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I’ve heard many people claim that they are the way they are because of what their mother and father did. That’s history. They did that to you, you’ve had that experience, and you chose to feel what you’re feeling. Now you have the power to forgive, release and let go and make another choice.

It doesn’t change what they did or all the behavioral patterns you acquired over many lifetimes that got you right to where you are, but in this instant, having the power to forgive, release and let go of that past, you can change your present, grow, and change your future.

When you do this, you stop attracting those kinds of elements that “help” you have those “bad behaviors”, “accidents” or “victimizations.” You won’t need them. After all, you only create those things to give you another opportunity to make a different choice. They are neither “good” nor “bad”, they just are.

Excerpted from the article:
Stop Hurting Yourself! Choose to Forgive
by Rev. Daniel Chesbro.

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The Order of Melchizedek: Love, Willing Service, & Fulfillment
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This article is excerpted from the book: The Order of Melchizedek by Rev. Daniel Chesbro Promoting a harmonious view of religion — where there is one God, understood and worshiped in a variety of different ways, each serving a purpose to those worshipping and to the overall understanding of spirituality — this testament to the Order of Melchizedek is both down-to-earth and profound.

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Thursday, September 26th, 2013 Focus: If I need help, I ask for it directly.

What is the difference between complaining and discussing certain topics in a constructive way? Here, our attitude or our motivation for speaking is chief.

Discussing a situation involves taking a more balanced approach, in which we actively try to understand the origin of the problem and consider various possible remedies. We are proactive, not reactive. We assume responsibility for what is our responsibility and cease blaming others when we cannot control a situation.

Thus, it’s possible to discuss our health without complaining about it. We simply tell others the facts and go on. If we need help, we ask for it directly, instead of lamenting in the hopes that someone will rescue us or feel sorry for us.

Excerpted from the article:
Complaining: Why Do We Complain and What is an Alternative?
by Thubten Chodron

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Taming the Mind
by Thubten Chodron.

The author offers practical techniques to help us gain a more spacious perspective on relationships, whether they be between lovers, parent and child, employer and employee, friends, or spiritual teacher and student. Guidelines are given for how to practice freeing ourselves from habitually blaming others for our problems and learning to be on the spot and take responsibility for our lives. We learn how to look at people and situations in an entirely new light.

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Saturday, September 21st, 2013 Focus: I identify the type of future I wish to be a part of, then focus my creative intentional energies toward this goal.

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Each of us must identify the type of future we wish to be a part of, then focus our creative intentional energies toward this goal. The choices we make must be coherent with the direction we wish to move toward. By creating and feeling this intention we accumulate great amounts of supporting energy. In this way we can overcome the array of debilitating social forces that fear this change.

The future is very much a human story. A story where the heart and consciousness together create what is truly needed for the future: a balance of our human relationships; expanded development for our children, not arrested development; harmonious work with the land and resources; and, above all, appreciation and gratitude.

Each of us is a great bundle of energy and we vibrate and resonate within a confluence of energy fields, waves, and connections. In other words, the human family shares a collective energetic field from which we can gain strength, support, and well-being. We are on the verge of coming together.

Excerpted from the article:
The Solution for Our Future? Asking The Right Kind of Questions
by Kingsley L. Dennis.

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Here’s a question for the ages..

When you have been toiling at something you love for years and years, does one appreciate the effort… and learn from reaching goals that you thought were impossible at the beginning. Beginning with the premise that you will not visit family, cannot see the birth of your 1st Grandson and Granddaughter. Knowing that all you have done in the past has hurt you and those you love the most.
What drives this herculean effort that we as Human beings can accomplish if we try… Our flaws, our faults our lies our guilt. Take a deep breath…..We can sail through anything. If I have learned one thing….When having negative thoughts, and you construct a belief around an assumption, we can make that thought a reality. Seriously..
So if we can understand that Thoughts or something you think is really going to happen, will indeed happen. Thought- belief- behavior. When we hear negative, or positive thoughts our mind are telling us, remember it is only a thought. It is not real…Yet…Move towards the light.
Jamie

Dalai Lama shared a post.

We have a largely materialistic lifestyle characterized by a materialistic culture. However, this only provides us with temporary, sensory satisfaction, whereas long-term satisfaction is based not on the senses but on the mind. That’s where real tranquility is to be found. And peace of mind turns out to be a significant factor in our physical health too.