Tuesday, July 1st, 2014 Focus: I direct my question inward and find myself intuiting an insight.


Knowledge becomes available to you when you direct questions inward. Whether you a hold a secular or religious view, it is crucial to understand that clarity does come when one asks while in a receptive state.

I believe that the objective and subjective worlds are reflections of one another and the question itself acts as a flashlight directing a beam of light on the particular spot in the amorphous collective unconscious where the answer resides.

The trick is to have a clear question. You will find yourself intuiting an insight that illuminates what is true about your concern and reveals a path toward greater states of well-being.

Excerpted from the article:
Inner Journey to Awareness: Behavior is Based on Beliefs & Memories
by Margo Adair.

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Practical Meditation for Busy Souls (updated & revised)
by Margo Adair and William Aal.

Originally published in 1984, Practical Meditation for Busy Souls is one of the first books to bring pragmatic meditation techniques to westerners. Margo Adair teaches the reader to use symbols that make meditation available to even the most restless and busy people. She has updated her original work to reflect the latest thinking on meditation and its applications, including updates to many meditations, updates and revisions to all chapters and new writing on using meditation to address social issues. The book includes more than 45 guided meditations.

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