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Parenting Is Too Important to be Taken Seriously

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Friday, November 29, 2013

Role modeling provides the most influence in child rearing.  As sensible human beings, our children pay more attention to what we do than what we say. They know that people’s behavior tells you what they believe in.

How we are in life tells our children what is “realistic”. If we are lighthearted and easy-going, our children see that as realistic in life. If we are grim and serious they conclude that that is the nature of life.

We would do well to remember that 100% of our children's observations of us are when we are with them. We might be happy and lighthearted when we're not with them; but if we are stressed and serious around them, then that is the role model that they see.

Any parent that gains an understanding of The Three Principles of Mind, Thought and Consciousness will become more resilient as a parent. Children will pick up on this resilience and head in that direction themselves. All we have to see is that any feelings of stress and unhappiness are just our momentary thoughts translated into a feeling. If we see that it is in the nature of thought to be...

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Live in the Life Force rather than Life Circumstances - Lori Carpenos

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Friday, November 15, 2013

Ever wake up thinking something like: “My life feels like a mess?” — or have a day where one too many things have gone wrong, or felt as though the last straw has finally broken your strong back? I think every one of us can say we’ve had those moments, or days, or even a bad month, perhaps year; I know I certainly have. Yet at some point we arrive back at our happier, more content selves. Have you ever wondered what causes that? Resiliency. All of humanity seems to be able to bounce back from whatever misfortune has befallen them, if not right away, then — eventually.

This is what allows us to be resilient:

There are scientific, universal laws that are known as...

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A “Serious” Problem - Garret Kramer

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Friday, November 8, 2013

The following statement might surprise you, but I’ve found it to be true again and again: The more troubled or distressed people feel about something, the less serious the problem actually is.

The reason for this, assuming that I’m correct, is that “problematic” circumstances don’t create our feelings. It’s overthinking that leads to bad feelings, overreactions, and an inability to find clarity of mind and answers.

Can you relate? Have you ever turned a molehill into a mountain? For me, when this happens, my circumstances tend to look severe. Yet, when I finally come to grips with the fact that I’m thinking at a million miles an hour, I back off, my mind clears, and the problem always looks simpler. In fact, it often vanishes altogether.

Now, I’m not saying that certain circumstances such as tragedies aren’t acute or sad. I don’t mean to diminish anyone’s difficulties. On the contrary, by reminding people that their feelings are created from in to out and not out to in, my purpose it to help them find the level of psychological functioning, or...

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Thoughts On Food... A Beginner's Tale - Mette Louise Holland

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Saturday, November 2, 2013

My husband had started to read about something he called The Three Principles and I got curious and asked him if he would explain it to me. He said something very short about how our thinking created our feelings and our whole experience. I didn't understand it at all, but I instantly knew this was truer than anything else I (thought I) knew before. I've been deepening my understanding of The Principles behind the human experience every single day since and continue to do so. Soon after I learned about The Principles, I found incredible peace inside – my system deeply recognised that there was absolutely no point in worrying, judging or planning myself out of the present anymore. I bubbled with joy, and couldn't help giggling all the time. Somehow I just knew and felt how totally free I was. And how funny it suddenly seemed to me to try to make a story up that I wasn't, which I had done in so many ways before.

Then after about 4 months I thought to myself: ”well, this Three Principles thing may be fantastic and really feels good, but it's not that it has fixed my way of eating...

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