Mr. Chambers enters a period of
The driver of a truckload
of ducks is flagged down by the inspector for a weight check. As
he drives onto the weigh scales, he notices that he is just over his
permitted tem tons. Then he has an idea. He bans on the
cab with a spanner. Alarmed, many of the ducks take to the air
and flap about. will the weight on the weigh scales be reduced?
Since the pilot must be able to go in any direction
from Buenos Aires without going out of his way, he could only be going
to the antipodal point, that is, the point opposite Buenos Aires on
the globe, which is Peking China.
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but by becoming aware of what's NOT working.
Seek not to change the world, but
choose to change your mind about the world.
A Course In Miracles
Change happens NOT by trying to
make yourself change,
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Learning to lovingly detach ourselves from the outcome can sometimes pose a real challenge for us. In our human-ness, we tend
to hold to our idea of the end result, or we might want to fix people by setting out to maneuver them to our idea of what they need to
experience. However, by simply knowing the truth and practicing the art of loving detachment, we free ourselves to enjoy a full and
beautiful expression of life. When we allow ourselves to trust that we are divine, magnificent, and creative beings, and to fully trust
the flow of divine ideas through us, releasing our hold on what we feel the outcome should be, we then find that the final result is
absolutely perfect just as it is, and just as it is not! Often times, it far exceeds our expectations.
Carrie Masters, RScF
"Science of Mind" Magazine
August 2000 issue
The past is over, but our thoughts
about it persist. The conventional view of "forgiveness"
says, "Things didn't happen the way I wanted, but I will
pretend it did not matter, and remember to rise above the
past." A new model of letting go says, "I give the
past permission to be exactly as it was, and start my life anew
For five minutes at the beginning of
your day, quietly reflect on past issues that cause you
discomfort. Acknowledge each one silently in your mind,
saying, "All things happen for a reason. This too was
meant to be." After a few minutes of review, affirm
yourself once more by saying: "I give the past permission to be
exactly as it was, and with intentional self care, I start my life
anew right now."
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