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I haven’t posted any of my writings for some time now; no reason except a lack of time, and as the saying goes, there are 168 hours in the week – what you do with them is up to you!Â Anyway, I’m going to add some more of my archived writings for the reason mentioned above, but I think there’s some good stuff in there.Â Before I do I wanted to add one comment.Â I used to do a fair number of talks on spirituality and other things, and before I began my talks I always mentioned two things.Â First, I asked the people in the audience to put away their pens, paper, computers, etc. and just listen, because if your brain can’t do two jobs at the same time.Â If you’re trying to write and listen at the same time, one or both are going to lose out.Â Second, I told everyone not to believe a single word I said… at least not until they each took the time to absorb the information and decide for themselves, “This much I like, this I can agree with.Â This part I’m not sure about; I’m going to have to think about this for a bit.Â This part isn’t for me, at least not for now.Â I’m going to set this part aside.”Â I think it’s vital that each of us do that with everything we experience.Â It’s very easy to accept something as true because someone said it or you read it in a book or saw it on the ‘net or the late movies, but what’s more important, at least to me, is to decide how this information resonates within you.Â Seth said:
â€œYou must realize that any idea you accept as truth is a belief that you hold. You must, then, take the next step and say, â€˜It is not necessarily true even though I believe it.â€™ You will, I hope, learn to disregard all beliefs that imply basic limitations.â€ ~ The Nature of Personal Reality, session 614.
Of course, you’re welcome to disagree with both of us!
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