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Meditation in Minutes - A Beginners Guide
Learn how to meditate quickly, and in minutes. A complete guide. From this book you will learn what it is, how to do it, how to track it and it will even help you develop some good habits. You will also learn how to use and even create your own guided meditations specifically to help you cut your meditation time significantly, without loosing any of the benefits.

by Pieter Heydenrych
Monism and Dualism It may be portrayed as a jealous god, who rewards and punishes the believers. It may be presented as a source of divine love, which cares for its followers. It may be thought to be impersonal, simply a source of inexhaustible energy, but energy with consciousness : ..
{written by : Ian Heath}

Identification and Self-Absorption In the early months of the infant’s life it has no ego and only experiences its subconscious mind reacting to sensations. As the mind becomes consciously tied to the physical body so the ego begins to form. The body puts psychological boundaries on the mind.
{written by : Ian Heath}

Karma in tradition and modernity Traditional moral teachings represent karma as being linear. Because the great ascetic teachers such as Buddha and Jesus were in the world but not of the world ...
{written by : Ian Heath}

Parapsychology Have you ever wondering if a psychic is really a psychic? How about a fortune teller? Do you think they can really foresee the future? If you are unsure about one’s psychic abilities then you are not alone. Many people do not know whether they fully believe ...
{written by : Esoteric Library Research Team}

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DID, Singletons, and Self-Sabotage Whether we are singletons or multiples, we may all sometimes unconsciously sabotage our own lives. We may often seem entirely unaware we sabotage ourselves. People with DID may have an advantage over singletons because multiples may often more easily watch themselves in action to learn how they sabotage themselves first-hand.
{written by : Greg Gourdain}

The Nature of Emotion - Part 3 Now I turn to unconscious ideas. Deriving them was not easy. Some emotions occur three times ; for example, self-pity occurs on its own, as a mode of jealousy, and as a mode of guilt, and each one produces a different response.
{written by : Ian Heath}

Abreaction A person's state of emotion is always changing. Whichever emotion is currently present in consciousness, eventually it fades away, only to be immediately replaced by another one. Hence a person experiences an endless flow of emotions.
{written by : Ian Heath}

Resentment and Bitterness In the subconscious mind, immorality is often associated with pleasure. Because such pleasure is socially forbidden, it becomes tied to anxiety. In turn, this anxiety helps to generate compulsion.
{written by : Ian Heath}

Forgiveness and Acceptance Abreaction produces unpleasant consequences. Resentment is generated by the abreaction of guilt, and bitterness by the abreaction of pride.
{written by : Ian Heath}

Faith Faith is an emotive belief. Belief does not always lead to faith, but a belief has to be supported by faith in order to be meaningful. Faith acts through belief. When a belief crumbles, the emotion that underpins faith has no means of expressing itself, and..
{written by : Ian Heath}

Overview of Conflict with Idealism The practise of the spiritual life produces confusion in the seeker. This confusion has several sources. It is hard enough when the person ploughs his or her way through it meeting just one source at a time.
{written by : Ian Heath}

Conflict with Idealism – the Three Stages Conflict can be experienced at three levels of confusion, corresponding to the levels of consciousness represented by the ego, soul, and god.
{written by : Ian Heath}

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