Category: Behavior

The 5th Dimension Awaits

Attitude Adjustment

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We’ve covered the basics of how to change your attitude in order to change your life, but there is another trick that will help tremendously. We must shock our brain out of its old patterns, then instantly place new patterns into our thoughts. With practice, the new patterns will become the default, and the old…
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Attitude Adjustment

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Think of a bad habit you have. You know it is a bad habit, but you can’t seem to kick it, because you associate it with some sort of pleasure. It relaxes you, takes your mind off things, or something else that makes you feel good. At the same time, you know its bad for…
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Attitude Adjustment

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Your attitude is the emotion that you associate with any given situation, person or task. What do you enjoy and what tasks don’t you like? Who feels great to be around, and who drags you down? What situations empower you, and when do you feel powerless? These are your attitudes, your emotions toward these aspects…
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Self Esteem

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When you begin to value yourself and what you offer, people will see a change in you, so be ready for a reaction from them. Those who seek to control you will feel threatened, and might attack your newfound self-esteem. People will also become attracted to your new energy, and will change the way they…
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Ego

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It is easy to recognize Ego’s behavior in others. You don’t have to say anything or act superior because of what you can see. Just quietly observe. After you see other people’s Ego, the next step is to recognize it in yourself. This is the hard part, to admit that you acted in an immature,…
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Ego

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Understanding how Ego effects our emotions is fundamental to understanding ourselves and how we interact with each other. Since we are all susceptible to it, we can have sympathy and understanding for others when they are unconsciously under Ego’s influence. Overcoming our Ego is not hard if we recognize it, understand what motivates it, and…
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Ego

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Think of your Ego as a spoiled three-year-old toddler, who has always gotten what they want. Ego is easily hurt, fragile and insecure. It thinks it is always right and gets angry when it is challenged. It wants to be recognized, acknowledged and praised, but experienced adults know that the more you enable children to…
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Ego

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Yesterday, we discussed how to use the teachings of the Ancient Indian Text, the Bhagavad Gita, in our daily lives. We concluded that we must overcome our own Ego in order to gain control over three dimensional limitation while in a Human Body. Ego’s job is to protect the three dimensional body. It is associated…
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Bhagavad Gita

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“You must fight with all your will, using every force and tactic at your disposal. You must fight to win. Then, when your efforts reach a conclusion, you must completely and unequivocally detach your emotions from the outcome of your actions. The outcome of any effort does not matter. Only the effort matters.” In modern…
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Bhagavad Gita

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The two warring factions of the same family have amassed vast armies and untold powerful magic far beyond what present day Humanity is aware of or can be trusted with. For 13 years, the factions have been preparing for war against each other. One side prepared with meditation, while the other actively built a huge,…
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