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Contemplation Collections

  • Face

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      Each and every face is a uniquely creative portrait of the elements from infinite expression, cohered together with the life-force and earth experiences within. Therefore, if we only see a warped reflection of another’s face through our own bias or judgment, which then decides our relationship to them, then we are missing their essential, true nature, beyond their surface skin.

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  • Facts

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      All undiscovered facts are currently in existence in the collective unconscious. They will eternally bubble through into the collective subconscious and finally into the collective conscious mind. However, a fact can only be quantified by its existence value to the partaker. A fact’s usability and therefore the awareness of it determines the value of its existence by the user. Consequently facts exist across the range of unconscious, subconscious, conscious subjective and conscious objective minds.

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  • Failure

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      The ego may appear to fail, but failure does not appear to be part of the soul’s journey, and neither can we say or even determine, if the soul ever fails. Being a victim to the drama of life, is essentially a play of the ego.

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  • Faith

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      Faith inherently relies upon the resolving and unifying action of love. Therefore faith is love in action.

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  • Fallacies

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      A life dominated by the ignorance of one’s own thinking fallacies, is a life less truthfully or fully lived.

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  • False

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      The portrayal of falsehood is usually a deception or a delusion pretending to be real. Whereas reality has no deception or delusion, nor does it imitate or pretend to be anything other than what it actually is.

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  • Fame

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      The pursuit of fame itself is a pursuit for adoration from others. Such a pursuit may ignorantly be considered more meaningful, than the purpose of one’s true path in life.

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  • Family

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      Whenever we minister to another, we are keeping alive the quiescent relationship of the family of humanity.

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  • Fashion

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      Clothes made purely for the dictates of fashion, or solely for utilitarian reasons which do not help portray a wearer’s inner nobility, do a disservice by keeping such nobility hidden.

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  • Fault Finding

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      We are instituting ourselves as a judging authority, if we are prone to condemn, disapprove, criticise or blame others. An authority who chooses to pull on various threads of behaviour and pick them apart, in order to emphasise faults, as though they were a permanent condition and not a passing experience. But a number of questions need to be asked – Do we want our primary form of communication to be as a fault-finder? Can we expect to have a relationship with someone where we are emphasising their faults? Will emphasising faults, without any acknowledgment of the worthy, keep communication open? Are we prone to finding fault in others because of the proximity of our own? And do we want to live in a world where faults and fault finding are predominantly emphasised?

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