"Faith, acts promptly and boldly on the occasion, on slender evidence."
It's comforting to choose a path that seems well-lit and predictable. But, once in a while, we seem to know with inexplicable confidence that it's time to take a risk.
Moving in faith takes a joyful heart and willingness to surrender perfectionism. Those leaps, both big and small, bring us to a new level of living, thinking and loving.
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Saturday, July 26, 2014
The antiquated idea of turning bad to good is akin to rearranging furniture
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Cognitive psychology has been teaching people to replace bad
stories with good stories for the past 30 years.
While this may lead to a
happier and healthier life but it will NEVER lead to awakening.
What I love
about Cognitive psychology is that at least they figured out that these stories
Search for the storyteller instead, diligently day and night in
every circumstance. And keep searching until the searching drops away of itself
Then go back to simply living your life as you see fit.
If you can
get to a place where bad thoughts aren't torturing you and you can
replace/refute them, that space at least allows you the pause to ask
"Wait, who is it that thinks any kind of thought is?"
next step while you're on top of the flag pole