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Thursday, September 13, 2012

Defeat or Victory

There are circuits in our mind which act as programmings and control our actions, words, and even thoughts. Some or these circuits are success-oriented. When they begin to be active due to certain causes, man enters the path of success and even attracts those individuals, events, and objects which guarantee his success.

There are also failure circuits, which unexpectedly begin acting in the midst of our path of success and slowly break our speed and introduce into our life failure factors in our speech, relationships, actions, feelings, and thoughts. Once these circuits begin to work, we feel a setback; things become complicated; problems increase; and we arrive at a state where two circuits in us carry on a strong conflict.

If a failure circuit is fed by failure impressions, we will fail. If both circuits are fed equally, we will struggle and go through a time of distress, conflict, and dissatisfaction. Usually, if the failure circuit reaches forty-five percent, failure is inevitable except if some positive interference takes place.

These failure circuits are formed by witnessing, hearing, listening to, or. reading about failure events, by having affairs with those who failed in their livesf or by accepting the attacks of dark forces, which usually try to impress failure images in our minds.

Positive circuits are formed in our auras because of success images, reading about successful people, relating with successful people, or using our creative imagination and visualization to create successful images and thoughtforms.

It is very important to reject any suggestions, stories, or thoughts of failure images. Seeds are very small forms, but soon they grow into big plants or trees.

There are several effective ways to fight against failure circuits:

1. Observe your thoughts, words, feelings, and actions and stop them if they are feeding the failure circuits. It is probable that such thoughts, words, and feelings sneak in through expressions such as

— I was right.
— He insulted me.
— It is his habit.
— I want to correct him.
— It doesn't matter.
— I can sometimes take it easy.
— I don't want to be under such pressure.
— It is too much.
— I need relaxation.

The worst attacks are those which use your self-justification and latent weaknesses or your jealousy or ego.

2. The second way to fight against failure circuits is to use your creative imagination and visualization and daily build thoughtforms of success, even using your temporary failures as moments of opportunity to put yourself on the path of success.

3. The third way is to develop a "habit" of gratitude and joy for each of your successes.

In using these methods, you will repulse most of your failure images and prevent the failure circuits from starting to function.

The same is true for our health. The cause of most of our health problems is the activation of negative circuits built over many lives. There are health circuits which are amazingly strong if they are fed by positive suggestions, trust, and hope.

Thursday, September 6, 2012

The Principles of Spiritual Psychology

1. We are not human beings with souls; we are souls having a human experience.

2. The nature of god is love!

3. Direct experience is the process through which belief or faith is transformed into knowing.

4. Since we are all part of god, our nature also is love, and we have the opportunity to know our loving nature experientially, here and now!

5. Physical world reality exists for the purpose of spiritual evolution.

6. Spiritual evolution (growth) is a process, not an event.

7. All of life is for learning.

8. An unresolved issue is anything that disturbs your peace.

9. Every time a single person resolves a single issue, angels rejoice and all humanity moves forward in its evolution.

10. All “becauses” are merely triggers to internal unresolved issues inviting completion.

11. Inner disturbances are themselves a major component of the spiritual curriculum you are here to complete.

12. Unresolved issues are not bad; they are just part of your spiritual curriculum and are an opportunity for healing.

13. Personal responsibility is the foundational key that opens the door to freedom.

14. Nothing outside of you causes your hindrances.

15. You create your future by how you respond to experiences now.

16. How you relate to an issue is the issue, and how you relate to yourself while you go through an issue is an issue.

17. What you believe determines your experience.

18. A life filled with acceptance is a life devoid of unnecessary emotional suffering. It’s a life filled with love.

19. Your primary goal is not to change the school; your primary goal is to graduate.

20. Healing is the application of loving to the places inside that hurt.

21. Loving, healing, and evolving are all same process.

22. Judgment is self condemnation. Self forgiveness is redemption; and compassion, acceptance, peace, and joy naturally follow.

Intellect and intuition

Intellect has the capacity to formulate, to appropriate and meet a need. The intellect gathers together all the elements and parts for a building, but it is the intuition that brings them together into a unified structure.

Intuition sees the future; intellect appropriates the future to the needs of the present. We need both of them; without intellect the intuition remains as a vision without any practical effect.

Intuition is the ability to see things from the viewpoint of the whole and in relation to all – not from the viewpoints of the parts , but in relation to the parts.

Some people think that intuition is a feeling, and this feeling is greater than intellect. This is not true.

You cannot create electricity through your feelings ; you cannot build a computer through your feelings . intellect is needed whether you have feelings or not.

Intellect transmits and translates the revelations of the intuition.

Intellect observes; intuition identifies.

Intellect explains; intuition knows.

Intuition gives ideas; intellect formulates the thoughts.

Intuition has the ability to see things without the help of intellect, but intuition cannot relate its revelation to the need—that is the work of the intellect.

So we must say to new age children: intuition is good, but intellect is necessary, and feeling is not enough. We must urge them to finish their education and get a degree, then work out their vision in practical and realistic ways.