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The Power of the Words “I Am”

“The words I AM are so powerful that they must be used with extreme care. Why? Because the words I AM are your actual identity. They are your spiritual name, the identity of your spiritual self. Your I AM is … Continue reading

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Powerful Spiritual Advice from the late Stuart Wilde

“Here is an idea for you to consider: Your life is divine. The plan is perfect. As humans we come from a very special, very sacred place. Only your mind stands in the way. Free will is for amateurs. It … Continue reading

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Chief Seathl (Seattle) Speech – As Relevant as Ever

“The president in Washington sends word that he wishes to buy our land. But how can you buy or sell the sky? The land? The idea is strange to us. If we do not own the freshness of the air … Continue reading

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Passage from : Optimal EFT: Free e-Book, The Unseen Therapist (One Ultimate Remedy For Everything) by Gary Craig

“So, the problem is not that there is a lack of proof that negative emotions (and the resulting negative chemistry) are real causes of disease. Rather, it is that the medical establishment aims their remedies at the symptom level, not … Continue reading

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Stuart Wilde on Democracy and Elections

“The democratic hoodwink offered to the electorate is a scam. People are not allowed to make real decisions. There are no proper choices. What kind of democracy is it when your choice is simply who among two or three political … Continue reading

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Too Much God Talk – Too Little Awareness

Recently I took the opportunity to listen again to an audio series called “Wake Up to Life” by the late Fr. Anthony DeMello. In doing so I was struck by the following statement he made: “The reality is there is … Continue reading

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Stuart Wilde on Government and Propaganda

“So if you go into the street and tell people that their nation is evil and run by megalomaniacs whose main motivation is power and control, they won’t believe you. People may bitch a bit, but overall they will see … Continue reading

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Respecting the Power of Our Spoken Word

Within “Spirituality Simplified” I included this passage because I felt it was a very important admonition: “DO NOT SPEAK WHAT YOU DON’T WANT, because it is done when you speak it, every idle word. The laws of the universe do … Continue reading

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Getting Back On Track – Using Megapotency Homeopathy (by Jill Turland)

As indicated in many posts on this blog, I have an avid interest in alternative healing modalities that keeps me reading and learning as much as I can. Over the past 20 years, I’ve used some homeopathic remedies at the … Continue reading

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The Start of Direct to Consumer Ads by Big Pharma – One of the Darkest Days in History

There’s a term I’ve heard in my life, “darkest day in history.” Well, given all of the horrible things that our species has done on and to this planet I think it would be challenging to identify a single day. … Continue reading

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