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It is easy to see that the moral sphere is not cut off from the physical plane. Take the example of an alcoholic. To begin with, he was a noble, considerate, generous and cultured man; he had every desirable quality. But as soon as he began to drink, those qualities were blunted and eventually disappeared. He became coarse, selfish and brutal. What had changed? The moral side of him, his behaviour. It was all lost because he drank too much. Or take another example, that of a man who is so addicted to gambling that he ends by neglecting all his obligations and his duty to his wife and family. To begin with, his gambling had nothing to do with moral considerations. Playing cards is a wholly innocuous activity, and yet it was the moral sphere that eventually suffered the ill effects. How... 

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Quote of the Day

A disciple is expected to be capable of understanding and studying the basic notions of Initiatic Science. In the past, someone who wished to be admitted to an initiatic school had to undergo trials designed to reveal their psychic abilities. For example, they were shut up in a room, given a drawing of a geometrical figure (a circle, a square or a triangle) and told to interpret it. They were left there for several days with a bit of food and water, after which they were asked to explain what they had learned from their meditations. Depending on their interpretation of the figure, they were granted or refused admission to the school. Nowadays, initiatic schools are open to all. In one way this is good, for it means that every individual, each at their own level – and provided of course... 

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Thought of the Day

It is very difficult to make the distinction between good and evil in our everyday lives, to see exactly where one ends and the other begins, for they are inextricably intermingled. This is why the Emerald Tablet says, ‘You shall separate the subtle (good) from the gross (evil) with great industry.’ Evil clings to good in order to draw strength from it; and good adheres to, and feeds on, evil. Good has the right to do this, just as a plant has the right to draw nourishment from the soil in which it grows; in doing so it is obeying the laws of creation and life. But the soil does not have the right to draw strength from a plant. Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov

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Freedom is Who You Are

'Freedom' is but another word for 'God.' It has been difficult to find words in human language to describe That Which God Is, but 'Freedom' is one of them. Another word to describe God is...You. You and God are One. Therefore you, too, are Free. Free to make choices, free to select your reactions and responses to life, free to be your authentic Self. You will not have to think but a second to know exactly why you received this message today. Neale Donald Walsch

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Thought of the Day

In the rest of the universe, the earth is not considered to be a place of privilege; it is not an honour to be here. The earth is a reformatory and human beings are sent here for training, to learn to be better human beings. But this will not always be the case, for the earth is also a vast field in which countless beings work and cultivate the soil according to the Lord's instructions. At the moment, part of this field is still lying fallow; it is going to take hundreds and thousands of years before it is fully productive. But conditions are improving regularly and one day the earth will be a garden full of flowers, a divine orchard. It will truly be the kingdom of God and its inhabitants will be the children of light and love. For a very long time now, billions of beings have been working... 

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If you question a successful businessperson who has made a fortune, do you think they will tell you they are happy? Nothing is more unlikely. They will complain that they are overworked, that their spouse takes advantage of their absence to cheat on them, that their son is a good-for-nothing and their workers lazy, that the value of their stocks has gone down, that they are on the verge of being ruined by their competitors, and so on and so forth. Listening to them you will soon feel as overwhelmed as they are. In spite of all their possessions, they will never make you feel that life is beautiful because they live in fear of losing this or being robbed of that. So you see, not only will they give you nothing – they are already too afraid of losing what they have – but they will also... 

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Life begins at the end of your comfort zone

You won't find glory at the center of safety, but at its edge. You won't find love at a place where you are covered, but in the space where you are naked. You gotta take some risks. You have to not only pick up the dice, but roll 'em. So go ahead, take the gamble. You have nothing to lose except the chance to win. Life is not long enough to spend it on the sidelines. And you will not have to think but a second to know exactly why you received this message today. Neale Donald Walsch

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Word of the Day

You are sometimes faced with a temptation that you want to resist for you sense that if you succumb, you will be led into all kinds of regrettable situations; and yet in spite of your reluctance, you cannot help yourself: you succumb. Why? Because you have never cultivated the love of something greater and more beautiful which would counter your instincts. If you possessed that love, it would fight for you and lead you to victory. Willpower alone is not enough in this struggle; sooner or later, it always gives in. It is not enough to tell yourself, ‘I refuse to be dragged down; I will resist.’ In order to resist a force that is trying to drag you down, you need the help of another force, one that lifts you up to a higher world. And this force is a high ideal. Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov

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Thought of the Day

Take a closer look at the forces that you normally consider to be evil and you may well find that they are not quite as bad as you thought. There are many examples to show us that what is bad for some is not necessarily bad for others. Some animals for instance have an extraordinary resistance to fire; others to cold; others to certain kinds of poison, and yet others to a lack of food. There are even some that are not killed when their body is cut in two! Humans have forged their own ideas about evil that are valid for them, but they are not universally valid. They cannot really know what evil is as long as they judge it from the viewpoint of their own weaknesses and limitations. As they begin to approach perfection their ideas will change, just like Initiates who, looking beyond the fearful... 

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Thought of the Day

Work is the only thing that matters, and once a disciple has found the only true work, they never stop working. I remember that Master Peter Deunov often used to repeat the three words, ‘Rabota, rabota, rabota. Vreme, vreme, vreme. Vera, vera, vera.’ ‘Work, work, work. Time, time, time. Faith, faith, faith.’ He never explained why he repeated these words but having thought about it a great deal, I came to understand that these three words summed up a whole philosophy. So work, but also have faith, for you need faith in order to undertake and persevere with the work. But above all you need time. An ardent desire is not enough to achieve something rapidly. I know now what ‘vreme’ means: years and years have gone by and have shown me how important ‘vreme’ is. Omraam Mikhaël... 

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The unexpected is waiting for you

And it contains great good. Our next insight, our next opening, our next opportunity often comes when we least expect it. Never think for a moment that "the game is over." It is not. Just when all the chips are down, the chins should be up. So...chin up. This round may not have gone well, but I promise you, this is not the last word. Neale Donald Walsch

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Word of the Day

The symbolism of the cross is so profound that we can never hope to understand it fully. One of many interpretations is that it represents a human being, the synthesis of the masculine principle (the spirit and the intellect) and the feminine principle (the soul and the heart). The union of these two principles produces movement. Yes, the union of feeling and thought gives birth to movement, that is to say to action. When the cross is set in motion it produces a circle, the sun. And as the movement becomes more intense, the sun becomes more luminous. The sun unites in itself the two principles; it is the cross in motion. Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov

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You should always have your hook baited

In the pool you least think, there will be a fish. Ovid, the Roman poet, said that, and he was right. You never know when and where your next miracle will appear. So be ready. Be open. Be cheerful, receptive, even expectant. And do not limit the shape and size in which your miracle can come. Sometimes the smallest keys turn the biggest locks. So be on the lookout today. Be ready. You asked for some help, and you're going to get it. Neale Donald Walsch

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Our present is the result of our past. This is why we have virtually no power over the present; it is the logical outcome of our past. The thoughts, feelings and desires we had in past incarnations triggered powers and forces of the same kind in the universe, and today it is they that determine our strengths and weaknesses and the events of our lives. This is why it is almost impossible to change the circumstances of this life, which are directly determined by past incarnations. The only thing we can do is prepare the future. And this is what initiates teach in their schools: how to prepare the future. Omraam Mikhaël Aïvanhov

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Thought of the Day

Before marrying you are free to make a choice, but once you are married, you have no right to change partners four or five times. Once married you must be faithful. Similarly, before deciding to follow a Master, you are free to reflect and study the question and even to be a little wary. It is perfectly acceptable to try and find out whether a Master corresponds to your mentality, ideals and aspirations; whether their teaching is suited to your deepest nature. But once you have committed yourself to a Master, it would be very detrimental to your evolution if you were not faithful to him. How can you hope to build anything solid and stable within yourself if you go from one teaching to another as the whim takes you? Spiritual experience does not consist of a series of encounters with different... 

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