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Category Archives: Beliefs


#37 – Guilt and Resentment

Guilt and Resentment What happens when you start looking into the universal mirror, when you start viewing life as a reflection of who you are back to your own self? Well, any number of things could happen, I suppose. You … Continue reading

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#35 – Resistance and Boredom: Hostility Without Enthusiasm

Resistance and Boredom: Hostility Without Enthusiasm Somewhere along the line, we will bump into those who claim either the information is boring or that they are bored. Ever been bored? Boredom can be a fascinating subject to explore. Way back … Continue reading

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#29 – Resistance

Let’s get comfortable because this could get uncomfortable for some. As you have made your way through these thoughts, have you noticed that some part of you has resisted one or more elements of what has been suggested? I don’t … Continue reading

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#26 – Yeah, but I Tried That Already

At this point, it is entirely possible that you recognize most, if not all, of everything we have had to say so far. After all, I began this whole thing by saying there isn’t anything new here. In fact, I … Continue reading

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#25 – Vectors and Conflicting Beliefs

In the last section on beliefs, we talked a bit about beliefs being in conflict with one another. I’d like to look at that question in another light, that may be helpful in understanding how conflicting beliefs play out in … Continue reading

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