Tuesday, February 13, 2018

51 On Seeing Simple Truths - And Seeing into Them




EXPERIENCE has taught us that each action or thought contains other dimensions that we may never have given consideration to as being an effective force in our lives. 
Sort of a twist on, and a deeper appreciation of,
“Watch Out What You Ask For; You Might Get It.”
Therefore, it follows:
Giving is receiving, that maligning others is being maligned ourselves, and that loving is being loved, that wanting creates deprivation, and that worrying invites what we fear.  The list goes on. 


Your World Is The Key Indicator
To What Is Truthfully Going On In Your Mind.
Simply Observe... Notice.


Experience Has Taught Us – 175 Missing Pieces –

An Explorer’s Guide to Developing a Handbook on Life

Available ... Amazon.ca as eBook

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

50 On Seeing Simple Truths - And Acting on Them


 

EXPERIENCE has taught us that, whenever painful or disturbing thoughts arise in our consciousness, the experiment with the new and different calls on us to reach out and ask for help, ask your Higher Power for help.  We have to do the reaching out for ourselves, but we do it so we can experience the phenomenon called with. 
As we risk this experiment “with” a newfound place “with-in” us, we must ask ourselves, "Would we prefer the problem or the answer?" 
Know this:  If we choose to decide on the answer, we’ll have it.  Instantly.
It may not be the answer we want.  We have to know that (remember the business of the want to’s and the need to’s) but it will be the answer and it will be right there staring back at us. 
If only we have the courage to ask, then look.


Imagine That.
... Asking…
What A Concept!


Experience Has Taught Us – 175 Missing Pieces –

An Explorer’s Guide to Developing a Handbook on Life

Available ... Amazon.ca as eBook

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

49 On Seeing Simple Truths



EXPERIENCE has taught us that if we want abundance, we must learn to receive.  If we want health, we must learn balance.  If we want to learn, we must teach what we need.
If we want to understand ourselves, we must take the time to see the world and its passengers as our friends, not as our enemies.  We may find ourselves developing a different outlook or attitude towards both ourselves and others. 



Imagine That.
Paradox At Work For You.



Experience Has Taught Us – 175 Missing Pieces –

An Explorer’s Guide to Developing a Handbook on Life

Available ... Amazon.ca as eBook