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Relationships: "Me Real-You Shadow"

Relationships are commonly predicated on the formula of "me real–you shadow". This goes to say that the childhood sense of only my life is real and intensely felt while others appear to exist, but seemingly at the periphery of my life, is carried out in adult life. For most, the sense of "me real–you shadow" is not shed. It becomes noted in psychiatric terminology as "narcissistic" or "self–absorbed, egotistical or egocentric". Those cast into the shadows accept this role through intimidation. Read more »

Living Sinai in Egypt

All spiritual practices demand a turning inward to find out who we really are, to know ourselves as Subject by subjective means. Many disciplines require periods of withdrawal – often extensive – to allow for this inward discovery free of external distractions and diversions. In the Western tradition, to which this year–long program is devoted, this point was made decisively when the great teacher Moses led a band of slaves out of Egypt into the Sinai desert to freely engage in such practices without external impositions.
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Less is more…

Did you know that guided imagery done quickly promotes the most powerful healing effects? This understanding is based on a homeopathic principle of healing which says essentially that a micro amount of a substance can produce a macro response.

So then, practicing guided imagery for a few seconds… five to thirty can be sufficient to set off the body’s natural pharmacy of helpful curative substances.

It is also helpful to do these imagery exercises at the same time each day, three times daily… preferably (a) upon arising, (b) at 5 PM, and (c) before going to bed.
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