Tuesday, December 24th, 2013 Focus: I reclaim my innocence and live from my heart.

Projection is when we take qualities in ourselves that we don’t like and criticize them in others. We call someone messy or dishonest, and we become upset about those perceived shortcomings while remaining well aware that we are not always tidy or honest.

Surprisingly often what we dislike in others is what we dislike in ourselves but can’t admit to. So we become enraged when we see it in others. We project our feelings onto others in order to feel better about ourselves, and that stops us seeing who they are or who we are.

In this way our minds are overlaid with information that gets in the way of our true innocence. This limits us and takes us away from our authentic selves. Being innocent means speaking your truth and living your truth, and doing so in a loving way. It means letting go of illusion. It is a new kind of freedom, one that so many people don’t know. Innocence lets us live from the heart.

Excerpted from the article:
How to Reclaim Your Innocence: Projection is the Opposite of Innocence
by Allan G. Hunter.

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Gratitude and Beyond: Five Insights for a Fulfilled Life
by Allan G. Hunter.

Using near-death experiences as a springboard into an in-depth discussion of five key areas of awareness, this guide explains how to recognize and demystify these seemingly inexplicable events. Readers are shown how to properly extract the lessons of a near-death experience through reflection and cultivate five key concepts: gratitude, humility, beauty, innocence, and a sense of place in the world. Brief but eloquent, it addresses a popular and important topic without overly-sentimental or religious overtones.

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