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Our spirit seems to be pretty fragile at different times in our life.  It may be

when we are going through grief, loss of a loved one, a divorce, many

reasons that our Spirit can not be what we would like.

 

Our spirit holds each of us together – because our spirit is so connected to

our bodies and mental state it should be at a high level at all times.  But, if

your spirit is like mine it is not.

 

Being productive, staying positive, being kind and compassionate of others,

having joy, being thankful and grateful everyday is what makes our lives

meaningful like Dr. Viktor Frankl has said many years ago.  That is his

theory on life, there are many other theories to follow – Freud and being

sexually happy, Adler – control and power thing.

Each of us has to decide how to spiritually be during our adult years.

Caring for our self and others and doing unto others as you want them to

do unto you.

It is simple

it is easy

It has a conscious

it is forgiving

it is loving

it is joy

it is happy

it is the thought we each think

 

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The book ‘Prisoner of Your Thoughts is a follow up of the great book by Viktor Frankl “Search

for a Meaningful Life”. but Dr. Alex Pattakos’s books is about the work environment and

following up on Dr. Frankl’s book.  What a wonderful combination to keep Dr. Frankl’s book

alive in today’s work environment.

It is very important, on a daily basis, that we remember we each want to have a meaningful

life, whether it is in our home, with family and friends, or in the work place.

After you have read “The Road Less Traveled” and find out life is not easy but we can have a

good attitude, we can make each day count, and we shall make the effort today for the good

days tomorrow.

She waited for things to happen in her life

She waited for someone to help her make it happen

She waited and waited.  No one came to rescue her.

She would have had to walk through the door by herself and take the opportunities as they presented themselves.

Can you walk through the door

Have you already walked through the door

Are you making things happen in your life-so that your life has meaning?

It may not be today, may not be tomorrow but make this time worth while.

 

 

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In today’s environment, whether it is air, water, soil or food there is a

percentage – probably about 80% that is now toxic to humans and animals

that are on this planet.  YOUR body needs to have those toxins pulled out of

your body – because if left in the body there is accumulation of all those

toxins.

 

it could be depleted uranium from all the wars around the world and the

winds that blow through to pick them up.  It could the weaponizing of foods

that have all kinds of preservatives in or the air that is polluted with many

kinds of toxins that have been weaponized.

I have taken organic calcium bentonite clay for about 15 years – I have used

it in my bath but mostly I drink small amounts every so often.  There are

directions for making this drink and you can keep it in a mason jar and

drink small amount every week or so.  Get the book and read the directions

on how to make the drink and it has a lot of other remedies in the book

also.  It is call:  “Living Clay”. by Perry A.  Full of information for a healthy

future for you and your family.

 

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Each of us are Unique

Each of us approach life uniquely

Each of us have our own unique goals for our lives

Each of us have a unique spirituality for our life

One of my favorite and most unusual person whose life and spirituality was one of the

most prolific mathematicians of the 20th century.  Paul Erdos who was a Hungarian

mathematician.  there is so much to write about Mr. Erdos that I will try to contain

myself with just a touch of how much the book “Mr Brain is Open”

by Bruce Schechter – the mathematical journeys of Paul Erdos.

 

Mr. Erdos – possessions meant little too Erdos, most of his belongings would fit in a

suitcase, as dictated by his iterate lifestyle.e. Awards and other earnings were

generally donated to people in need and various worth causes.  he spent most of his

life traveling between scientific conferences, university and stipends from universities

as a guest lecturer, and from various mathematical awards to fund his travels and

basic needs;  money left over he used to fund cash prizes for proofs of “Erdos

problems”. he would typically show up any a colleague’s doorstep and announce “my

brain is open”, staying long enough to collaborate on a few papers before moving on a

few days later.

His parents were both Jewish mathematics teachers and he never married.  at the age

of 21 he was awarded a doctorate in mathematics from the University of Budapest.

 

This man’s spirituality was caught up in the times-his father and all his family but his

mother died in the holocaust.  he was living in America dn working at the Princeton

Institute for Advanced Study at that time.

 

He was fine with his spirituality – whatever that was for him:

owned nothing

had no family

The Man who loved only Numbers

N is for Number;  A Portrait of Paul Erdos

Read about Mr Erdos-he was content with who he was and he had joy in what he did from mathematics

 

 

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I read the Celestine Prophecy in the 1990s – and I came to believe, even though it was a fiction it had so much spirituality in it that touched me and when the energy between the two people I realized at that moment we were all one because we are all energy and all connected.  I read and re-read the book over the years-loaned it to people, got a new one and loaned it to other people.  But today, we will talk about the nine insights of the book.  Of course, they will not touch everyone like it did me and maybe the book touched everyone who read it in a different way.  But, here we go on the 9 insights:

 

  1.  Meaningful coincidences.  increased number of meaningful coincidences people are noticing in their lives.

2.  Historical Perspective.  answers we want are now appearing–not necessarily from institutional science, but from a variety of sources

 

3.  Subtle energy.  there is an energy that forms the basis of all things.

 

4.  Competition for energy.  protecting ourselves from others’ attempts to draw energy from us.  Energy vampires?  I know a few.

 

5.  Energy abundance.  Being in a loving state not only connects our energy to the object of our love, but to a greater source of energy as well.

 

6.  Getting clear.  In order to be in a state of love with the world on a regular basis, we have to let go of patterns of behavior we developed to take energy from others.

 

7.  Using intuition.  when we are in touch with the energy, clear of our control dramas and aware of questions relevant to this moment, our intuition supplies the answers we need.

 

8.  Relating to others: I live the main one for me is that everyone who crosses our path has a message for us.  We should give them energy and help them get clear so that they can accurately deliver the message.

 

9,  Conscious evolution.  This is almost too much for me.

But, it is:  the goal of this evolution is to achieve a level of vibration that makes us invisible to others, perhaps even immaterial.  Jesus was the first to do this, and sporadic individuals continue to do so.  The ultimate goal is for large groups to “cross over” together in a “general Rapture”.

It was amazing what this fiction book spoke to me about on different levels.  I am just grateful I found it back when and how it has added to my life.

 

 

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