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Summer Like a Kid - Cherie Ray, MLA


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Saturday, June 24, 2017

Have you played outside?  It’s summer!  What’cha waiting on?

Recently, I was sitting at an airport waiting for my luggage to arrive… on the NEXT flight.  My bags weren’t loaded onto my plane.  As I waited, it occurred to me that I could sit and seethe about this inconvenience or I could see what else was available to me. As I found a place to use my $10 inconvenience meal voucher, I settled in to wait. To be transparent, waiting is not my strong suit!

While I waited, I started noticing how many families were moving through the airport. There were kids of every age, shape, and size. I also noticed how distinctly different the experience of moving through the airport was for the adults versus the kiddos.  This got me interested in observing kids.  Since this felt so fresh and new, I was intrigued.  As I watched a big population of passing kids, I observed:

 
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Bold Certain and Profound- The Truth Inside Us All - Jacquie Forde


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Friday, November 11, 2016

Soundcloud Link to Podcast 

https://soundcloud.com/jacquie-forde/bold-profound-and-certain

Over the last few weeks I have had several high profile discussions with political leaders.

I really enjoy pointing them to a new understanding of how life works, an understanding that has both the potential and the hope to raise the consciousness of individuals and nations, to elevate them above war, famine, greed and hatred. Knowing this understanding will help political leaders illuminate their awareness towards a wellbeing that has no end and just a beautiful knowing that everything is and always will be OK no matter what our circumstances are. An understanding that the human race has simply forgotten; an understanding that will evolve humanity to new levels of consciousness,...

 
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Being Fooled No More - Bryan Ryan


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Friday, September 02, 2016

A client of mine came to see me not so long ago, she was binge eating on food, and putting on a lot of weight.

It was clear from our conversation that she was living with a lot of anxiety, fear and pain in her life, and she said that, “the only time that I feel good in any way, is when I am eating all this food”.

She is doing all of this eating because she thinks that it’s the food that is giving her some sort of relief from the pain  and suffering that she is experiencing.

This is the typical, innocent story that I hear all the time from my clients, whether it’s the food, or the alcohol, or the cigarettes, or the gambling, it’s their way of getting a small bit of relief from the daily drudgery that becomes their life.

Except it’s...

 
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Falling Back Into Peace of Mind - Bryan Ryan


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Friday, August 05, 2016

Our bodies are amazing, made up of 50 trillion cells, each cell like a miniature human being, with all the functions of a human being.

We really are a colony of intelligent cells, all working together in perfect harmony, the perfect model for how a society can live in peace and co-operation.

The body works perfectly, and every cell knows exactly what to do. 

Each cell is affected, moment to moment, by the environment, which is the blood, and the blood is affected, moment by moment, by the chemicals within it, which are created, by the wonderful, creative, movie making capability, which is our thinking.

Our thoughts, which we make up, are marinating our bodies in chemicals, which create our feelings and emotions.

 

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Showing People the Newness of the Principles By Dr. George Pransky


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Friday, July 22, 2016

Let’s face it, most human beings don’t like “new”. They don’t mind, “it’s the same with a few differences” and they are okay with “variations on a theme”. But “new” equals resistance!

This is why it took over 20 years for computers to become mainstream after their inception, 30 years for washing one’s hands and sterilizing instruments to become standard medical practices after the discovery of germ theory, and 50 years for the British Navy to issue limes after it was discovered that citric fruits prevent scurvy. 

People that discover the principles are sometimes shocked that it’s been over 30 years since Syd Banks uncovered the principles, yet they are not mainstream. It’s not at all surprising because of people’s resistance to something new. 

 

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Sharing the Principles of Mind, Consciousness, and Thought by Elsie Spittle and George Pransky in collaboration with Three Principle Practitioners


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Friday, June 10, 2016

Based on the direct teachings of Sydney Banks

The purpose of this document is to offer what we learned from Sydney Banks about how to effectively share our understanding of the Three Principles.

This document is not about the Principles themselves, but exclusively about guidance for sharing the Principles.

Sydney Banks was an ordinary working man who had a spontaneous and profound spiritual experience in 1973. He uncovered the Three Principles that underlie the human experience. These Principles offer the world unparalleled hope and guidance in understanding human psychological functioning and how to foster permanent and positive change.

Shortly after his epiphany, the extraordinary...

 
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Bouncing Back! Resilience for Ourselves Means Resilience for Our Families by Ami Chen


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Friday, June 03, 2016

This morning saw a major kerfuffle in our household. Has this happened to you? You wake up on the wrong side of the bed, and then your kid or someone else in your family has a bad moment, and you react, they react—and thus ensues a delightful downward spiral of upset … until one kid is perhaps crying, and perhaps you also are about to cry, or throw something at the wall, or storm off to a neighborhood bar (if only one were open at 7:30 in the morning!)

You might see these incidents as thought storms, and if we can see them as such, the storm clouds pass, and we can welcome the sun of a clearer mind back pretty quickly. For me, “resilience” means returning to a more flexible mind, a more natural state of caring and compassion for ourselves, and our families that always lies within us.

That also happened this morning, when my youngest (who was crying because I raised my voice and told her she could...

 
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Inspiration: Living Under the Influence - Cherie Ray


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Friday, April 29, 2016


What is inspiration?  This has been on my mind a lot these days.  So I looked it up.  The dictionary said inspiration is a divine influence inserted directly into the mind or soul.  Inspiration can come in the simplest of forms, such as wanting to make contact with a person that crosses your mind or wanting to share a photo with someone.  It doesn’t need to be grandiose.  What seems to be captivating my attention is what we do with these divine influences.

 

While vacationing in Costa Rica, I was struck by a desire to take a surfing lesson.  I watched how the ocean was full of people paddling out, surfing, and enjoying the...

 
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A Cry For Help - Bryan Ryan


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Friday, March 18, 2016

At the start of this year I received an email from a woman and some of the words she said were, “I have always suffered from Depression”, I think I am going totally mad”, “I’m desperate for help”.

So she came to see me, and told me her story. She had 3 children and one had died nearly two years ago, and she feels that she cannot grieve properly over the loss of her son, because her mind is so full of other stuff, and she blocks it all out because she is “terrified of her grief”.

She was also diagnosed with Post Natal Depression some ten years ago.

She found herself “stuck to the bed”, and can’t sleep with “unwanted thoughts”, and “no...

 
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The Simplicity of Understanding - Bryan Ryan


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Friday, January 15, 2016

A while ago last year, a mother of two kids, in her thirty’s, came to see me. She had been diagnosed with bi-polar disorder some 5 years previously.

She had been in and out of John of Gods Hospital over the 5 years, and every few months saw a psychiatrist, mostly a different one, who prescribed drugs for her.

This is what she told me “My life is manic, full of dramatic highs and lows, by the stigma of this ‘disease', and family and friends trying to make decisions for me, assuming that I am incapable of making my own decisions”

 

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