Poise, Good Health, and Happiness

Poise, Good Health and Happiness “All disease, all unhappiness, come from the violation of the law of love.” Florence Shinn, The Game of Life and How to Play It When we lose our poise, we make ourselves unhappy or ill or both because we have violated the law of love. Last week’s post made the […]

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Believing Without Believing

Believing Without Believing The grand task of seers is to bring forth the idea that, in order to evolve, man must first free his awareness from its bindings to the social order. Once awareness is free, intent will redirect it onto a new evolutionary path Carlos Castaneda, The Art of Dreaming Believing seems more and […]

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The Poised Warrior’s Valentine Gift

The Poised Warrior’s Valentine Gift What to give Mary for Valentine’s Day tomorrow? She already has everything she wants, so “Don’t get me anything,” she always tells me. But I can’t skip this assignment because—I know from the 17 Valentine gifts I’ve received from her in our marriage so far—I will receive tomorrow a beautifully […]

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Bringing Power to Resolutions

Bringing Power to Resolutions Summary: In our three January posts on new year’s resolutions, we have seen that we must resolve to evolve. At any point in our lives we must know what wants to emerge in our development—the one critical thing we must learn if we are to grow into our next level of […]

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Mobilizing New Energy for Resolve

Poise and New Year’s Resolutions Part Three: Mobilizing New Energy for Resolve Parts One and Two Summary We’ve been looking at our resolutions to change, to go to war with our weaknesses. We’re often dilettantes making resolutions: we take on too many changes at once; we focus on doing rather than learning what we must […]

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