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Aliveness and Harmony

On Jan 5, 2014 Rajniknt wrote:

 Conrad has very nicely summarized it. Even though we all are one at one center point, we need to recognize that each one is an individual and has his/her own beliefs. My take from Holistic Science is that everyone is right from his/her view point. This would lead to oneness. If we have a belief to adjust everywhere and avoid clash which is an internal belief, then it will work like a charm in the external surroundings and one will be very happy. If the gill is a happy heart which is again internal, then it will reflect externally. Krzyst also provided a experience of inner meditation which has helped inner and outer unity. With the right inner belief, the outer can be handled very satisfactorily and amicably.

On Jan 5, 2014 a wrote:

 This is truth! Thank you!

On Jan 6, 2014 Conrad P Pritscher wrote:

 Thank you for your wonderful comment. I agree with you.

Warm and kind regards,Conrad

On Jan 6, 2014 Good Night! wrote:

 It is well below freezing outside tonight, I will take your warm and kind regards to bed with me!  Thank you!

On Jan 7, 2014 jodi wrote:

 thanks for the inclusionary language, rajniknt.  while an ideal most of us cannot reach consistently, i agree.  and your use of the word "center" brings to mind a quote from voltaire that embraces this mystery:  "god is a circle whose center is everywhere and circumference nowhere."  for a vibrant illustration of this via a richly detailed near-death experience, i highly recommend anita moorjani's "dying to be me."  for me, it brought all of this into a simple, real-life, grounded form.

On Jan 7, 2014 jodi wrote:

 p.s. to good night - i hear you - we were 20 below 0 temp when i left work sunday night w/44 below windchill.  attempt harmony with that!


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