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★★Thoughts from the vortex chapter 8

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I live a completely charmed life

Socrates once wrote, there is no illness of the body only of the mind

I live a completely charmed life

Sample from "The game of life and how to play it" By Florence Scovel Shinn

I live a completely charmed life

Don't forget to fall in love with yourself first

I live a completely charmed life

A vortex moment

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There is only a source of goodness, which we allow or disallow

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Music from the vortex

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Let go of control and trust the process

 

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Laughter from the vortex

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In response to Monkey's post:

Absolute well-being is the basis of this universe

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I live a completely charmed life

Love starts within

I live a completely charmed life

Here's a quote from Abraham you might want to consider (I think most of us need at least a bit of this)

"False premises that you have picked up along your physical trail, can fall by the wayside, one by one, and you can return to the understanding that is at the core of that which you are (but in order to discover or understand a false premise, you have to stand back far enough, and reconnect with who you really are before you can see it) If you were to hear a false premise, again and again, until you yourself began to believe and repeat it, now your own activation of the contradictory vibration would interfere with your own sense of intelligence, and you would begin to attract evidence of your lack of intelligence, in effect proving the false premise to be true. And so, it becomes increasingly hard for you to call this a 'false premise' When the evidence seems to be telling you that it is true, for over time you come to believe it's true"

For example, if you're not believing that you deserve something some other person has (eg, your own money, your own wealth, your own feeling of worth irrespective of your relationship with others, ect) You are operating from a 'false premise'

And not only are you operating from a false premise (aka, limiting belief) But the fact that you so completely believe the false premise, blinds you to what is actually true for you "Your unconditional worth and deservedness of every good thing"

So, how can a person get around this?

Well for starters, you can begin with the understanding that, whenever you feel anything less than wonderful about yourself, you are in those very moments, operating from a false premise.

Just some thoughts

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And everything is unfolding perfectly

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Have we forgotten who we are?

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The applications of gratitude and blessing are virtually unlimited, can be used by anyone, require no waiting periods or large capital investments, transcend ideological differences, and are wonderfully contagious.

A vortex moment

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It's not tricky, we get more of what we focus on

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Music from the vortex

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Laughter from the vortex

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