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Why The Best Teachers Know They Are Ever-Expanding Students

Written by on December 15, 2020 in Conscious Living, Happiness & Humor, Thrive with 0 Comments
Why The Best Teachers Know They Are Ever-Expanding Students

Does practice ever really end? Are you the “best” until someone “beats” you? Or is this all mere perception? What does it truly mean to personally master an art or craft or skill? And does it really have anything to do with anyone else? Well, yes and no…

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How to Avoid Slipping Back into Bad Habits

Posted by on January 9, 2020 in Conscious Living, Thrive with 0 Comments
How to Avoid Slipping Back into Bad Habits

Making New Year’s resolutions? New research suggests you should prize the journey, not the destination. #goodhabits

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How to Align Your Life With the Power of Focused Attention

How to Align Your Life With the Power of Focused Attention

When we make a conscious choice regarding what we think about rather than just letting our brain run rampant, a funny thing happens…you realize that you are not your thoughts! You are, rather, the observer behind them; the conscious listener per se. And you realize as well that this consciousness you are, is ever-present, and infinite and if you’re anything like me when this hit my heart, an unimaginable wave of peace will overcome you.

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