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


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Friday, November 11, 2016

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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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The Truth About Supremely Happy People - Jack Pransky & Lori Carpenos


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Friday, December 6, 2013

 

They all have one thing in common, though most of them don’t even know what it is. Supremely happy people spend more time living in positive, upbeat thinking than the rest of the population. They don’t do it on purpose, it’s just what they focus on - a choice they’re not even aware of! Supremely happy people are more enamored, more intrigued by, and more interested in the positive, joyful aspects of life. Positivity captures their attention. They enjoy it so much that they gravitate toward more benevolent thinking just as a matter of course. They don’t even know they’re doing it.


Do you wonder how we know this?


We know it because we know about three psychological Principles at the core of all human experience, whether joyful or tormented, angry or calm. The Principles of Mind, Thought and Consciousness are what creates the human experience which would not be possible in the absence of any one of these Principles. You could not have an experience of anything without the ability to think! That’s a fact....
 
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Moment of Truth - Judy Sedgeman


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Friday, June 7, 2013

One day recently while I was eating lunch in a college cafeteria, a woman I had never met asked if she could sit at my table. She introduced herself as a psychologist who works with students. I told her I also have been a mental health educator for students.

“What method do you use?” she asked.

“You may not have heard of it. Innate Health. We teach people the fundamental source of mental well-being, described by the Principles that explain how our minds work.”

“I never heard of it,” she said. “I have studied all the evidence-based methods. I guess yours is not really mainstream, then.”

“It isn’t widely studied, but there are a considerable number of practitioners around the world. It is both a therapy and a prevention strategy because once people understand how their minds work, they do not fall prey to their most frightening thoughts.”

I described the Principles briefly, explaining that they point to a deeper, spiritual origin of our capacity to experience life....

 
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Finding Truth in the Weekend Paper - Mary Martin


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Saturday, September 15, 2012

This morning I was meandering through the newspaper in a semi-conscious weekend-morning state, waiting for my coffee to be ready. I was close to finishing the second section, wondering why I persist in this ritual every day when so many of the articles highlight everything that’s wrong, inadequate, hurtful, sad and scary in the world today. Then I came upon the Op-Ed page and a Colorado Voices piece by a man named John Walsh entitled “Sometimes, Colorado Purrs”. Hmmm - to read or not to read? I poured my coffee and sat back down where the paper was still open to this page, drawn to the byline that said Mr Walsh taught deaf and hard of hearing children in the public schools. I eased into the first paragraph, figuring I’d probably bail after a few sentences - but instead I kept being drawn into this little oasis of a piece of writing in which there was a captivating juxtaposition of beautiful imagery and petty human thoughts of annoyance. Walsh was complaining about other peoples’ pathetic driving habits in and a frustrating traffic obstruction one moment and then, in the next, about the actual obstruction -which happened to be a little kitten...

 
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