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From Thoughts to Conscious Resonance

Thoughts are not your own; they are a mere reaction to an outside environment that you do not see as you. Thoughts exist because you have displaced yourselves from the world around you.

If you see yourself as one with your world, if you see that the rocks you sit on, that the sky that you look at, that all the waves kissing the sand of all the beaches you have ever walked, indeed, that all of this is within you and that you are within all of this, then there is no need for thought.

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A Thoughtful Exercise

Working with and on your thoughts and belief systems is the easiest and at the same time hardest exercise in self-empowerment you can embark on.

To begin, just sit down in a place of your convenience, or take a walk, and ask yourself these questions, while letting the answers come from the deepest place within yourself that you can allow yourself to communicate from:

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An Exercise in Unconditional Love

Each time you are outside, or at work, or in the park, or even when you are watching television or reading a magazine, whenever you see a human being, cancel out all ‘random thought’ (which is often pre-programmed into you in some way, form or shape by past experience and the input of the society around you) and instead simply repeat internally, while looking quietly at the person:

“This man is my brother” or “This woman is my sister”.

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