When you look at yourself in the mirror, who do you see? Your most obvious answer will be, “Myself!” Certainly, yet we can dig a little deeper can we not?

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Say you drew a circle. Right over that circle, you drew another circle. Say the second circle was mobile, and could now move away from the first circle you drew.

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You find yourself on a trail. You have discovered the path that was meant for you after much searching. While on this path, you receive signs. At first, you are

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  If I were to ask you to smoke cannabis, what would you picture? Notice what comes up. That image or movie that pops into your mind is one that

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As we begin to discover our true self, our old self will begin to deconstruct. This deconstruction happens on a subconscious level. Only after the disintegration of our older self

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The brain consists of two hemispheres, namely, the left hemisphere and the right hemisphere. The left hemisphere deals with the rational, logical and linguistic aspects of ourselves whereas the right

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See, in your mind’s eye, an unperturbed, still body of water. You decide to alter the water, and drop an object into it. At the moment of impact, the waves

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It isn’t difficult to notice a foundational point of existence; all life is experienced from your point of awareness. You look at the world through your eyes, you hear sounds

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If I were to ask you, “When do you use your brain?”, you might ponder for a moment. You would realize that it is in constant motion, even in sleep,

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Silence is serenity, until the torrent of unresolved thoughts, feelings and experiences presses against our mind, begging to be washed away. We then shirk away from the torrent and jump

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