3 posts from month 02/2015

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Competing for a Better Me

Can competing not help to better me, without needing to create conflict in my inner self and my outer world? It’s not competition itself that creates conflict in my inner being, but rather the intention behind that competition. Competing because I desire victory, and being a winner at the hands of another being a loser, undoubtedly creates conflict. For I have unconsciously decided that I am not enough, and that I’ll be more if someone else is less. Competition, in this intention, is ...

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Fixed In Place

My lower mind is the part of my mental construct that demands for me to be a fixed thing. It desires definition and certainty. It desires to pin ME down. Whereas my higher mind understands the freedom I receive from being nobody. My higher mind sees the value of having no sense of self that is fixed. It has no desire to define ME. When I am free from this burden of desire, I am more wholly me. I am who I AM. Whereas my lower mind needs to attach to certain attributes; fortifying and ...

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The Missing Pieces (of Poverty)

We've created a culture of leaving people feeling as though they're missing something. We've created a collective belief that, as a community and as an individual, we are not whole, nor okay. We've created a commercial system that grows fat and comfortable on promoting these feelings of lack and fragmentation. We've bought the idea that we can consume something or someone that can leave us feeling more whole. In the midst of our chaos of un-wholeness, we've created deep poverty. More ...

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