Monthly Archives: December 2010

Mind and Spirit.


  The mind, which is the moul, often prompts negative actions but the conscience, which is the spirit, often prompts against them.   May the latter be so for you who read this!

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Earth/Universe Pollution – the solution.


  The pollution of the Earth and the universe – we have only recently started the latter – is due to over population and the self-indulgence of the majority of that population.   The solution is spiritual growth to reduce … Continue reading

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Spiritual progress (1).


After a tadpole becomes a frog it can be comfortable in water or on land. However, after a caterpillar becomes a butterfly it cannot return to eating leaves and flightlessness.

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Habits.


  Because wastefulness is a spiritual negative check your habits; many of them are wasteful; especially in the “developed” societies where wastefulness is highly developed.  

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Punishment.


  As much as you may feel like punishing someone, or feel that someone should be punished, always remember that karma takes care of it. You do not have the burden of being judge and jury.  

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Release Brings Relief.


  Release yourself from your cycle of vicissitudes – particularly if your current cycle is pleasant. Refine your moul by adopting a mindful attitude to all things.  

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Self-discipline.


Self-discipline is fundamental to spiritual growth so, with self-discipline, live and ment frugally and discerningly. Let your needs be  few and your wants even less. Soon you will automatically live this way with satisfaction and contentment.

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