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2016 Comments You May Have Missed


Jewels You May Have Missed

Thought-provoking or reassuring comments that are posted on previous blog articles may slip by those who keep up with the newest articles week by week. So here’s a random selection of some from the past year that you may find interesting:

From Battling a Hoogwar at Home: “This reminds me of battles with my own Hoogwars. The more I fight and become impatient, the more stubborn and mentally tight I become trying to get things to work out the way I want. The turbulent atmosphere I create seems to make everything break down. It takes a concerted effort to set the problem aside and, guided by patience, turn to something else. When I’m more relaxed with my thinking trained in a different direction, the answer or insight I was looking for often pops into mind. It seems the mind needs some quiet time to process the issue and work out how to handle it. With greater calm and self-control, things fit together the way they should.” (Oleg)

From  Astral Plane, Astral Pilot?  “My father-in-law died suddenly while visiting us. Our son was the one who found him. It was an emotional time that was made so much better by my understanding from the Philosophy. I could help my children understand what had happened and how Grandpa had moved on to another life. Their acceptance and comfort was possible because of my family’s faith and trust in the Lemurian Philosophy.” (Ruth)

From Shangri-La in California: From one of the cooks: “We who have that privilege learn so much, even from the simple preparation of a meal, what harmony and peace can be. First the gardens, well planned and cultivated, providing delicious nourishing ingredients, all worked on in harmony by many of us. Whether main cook or helper, we enjoy the peaceful acceptance of our efforts, sometimes with encouraging instruction as needed. Sitting down together to enjoy the bounty is one of the proofs of the Lemurian way of life’s effectiveness, sometimes literally in the pudding!” (Angela)

From Extremes or Moderation and Balance? “When I find myself suffering from work deadlines and the needs of the family, if I just close the door physically and mentally and ask for help and guidance, a new sense of calm and not being alone comes to me. Sometimes I wonder if some part of me wants to be this busy and out of balance so I don’t have to look too deeply within or acknowledge that I don’t want to deal with what surfaces when I am alone with myself. When I do stop, sit with myself and ask for help and guidance, I understand that I am never really alone.” (Ted)

From Fellowship Letters – Guided Missives: “Each year I go back over past correspondence from my Fellowship teachers and I can appreciate more dearly the patience, understanding and kindliness they express when working with me. Those letters along with the help and guidance they provide are worth more to me that anything I could ever ask for. Thank you.” (Tracy)

From Extremes or Moderation and Balance? “I can remember a simpler and peaceful time when I was growing up. And I love the phrase in the article, ‘explore the wonders of quiet reflection.’ The world seems to be telling us to live life at 100 mph but I am happy to understand that quiet refection leads to greater peace and harmony within my being. The key could be to embrace the positiveness of the wonders of our modern technological world, but with inner calm and virtue.” (Richard)

 

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