Wiser Day on Earth

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Contemplation Collections

  • Obedience

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      Unexamined obedience to state, society or authority of any kind, is a far greater corruption than examined disobedience to state, society or authority.

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  • Object-Subject

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      Generally, most of us consider our ego-self as subject, and our true nature/observer soul as object. However, if we reverse this and regard our true nature/observer soul as subject, and the ego as object, we immediately feel at home on earth. We feel embraced; immediately there is love, peace and knowing.

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  • Obligation

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      Unless we are willing to fulfil an obligation we have honestly made, we will likely make it a burden to ourselves. A burdensome obligation then becomes a breach of our self-promise.

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  • Observation

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      Whenever we consciously observe, we discover, we notice the new, and we more fully appreciate the known. When we consciously observe, we embrace that aspect of life into our being, and we take heed of it. Therefore the more we observe, the more consciously attentive we become to the moment, the more we discover, and the more we live life.

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  • Observer

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      At those times when we are aware of our perceptions of knowing, thinking and feeling, we become aware that there is an observer within us who watches the proceedings. When we begin to live more consciously aware of the observer (our true nature aligned with our soul) the mind is directed more to wisdom and the speaking of it, and the heart to a devotional gnosis.

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  • Obsession

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      Most obsessions result from a lack of balance between body, mind and spirit. During the period of obsession, we are literally possessed by the spirit of the accumulated thoughts and emotions of the thing obsessed over. The exorcising of our obsession begins with broadening our view, both mentally and actively.

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  • Obstinacy

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      An obstinate temperament finds it difficult to open to new possibilities or to change beyond the narrow confines of an overly rigid set of boundaries. Such a person wants to dictate their beliefs and values on to the world and to close off to all other possible factors. But ultimately no person can be at such odds with the world and win.

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  • Obstruction

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      The obstacles in our life may actually be there to create a reassessment, an interruption, a reconsideration, prevention, or make apparent a new opportunity. Obstructions can be seen as either a limitation, or as an opening to broaden and deepen our concepts.

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  • Obvious

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      The more obvious a question appears to be, does not necessarily mean that the answer will likewise be obvious, easy or simple, particularly if there is some form of subterfuge or conspiracy occurring. Historically it has been shown, that a true answer can often be found at a much deeper level of enquiry. Unfortunately with so-called obvious questions and answers, there is usually less deeper questioning by those who believe in the implied, the assumed, or the obvious. Therefore, what might be a seemingly obvious question, may not lead to the deepest answers or understanding, especially if there are quick and easy, pat answers at the ready.

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  • Occupation

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      It seems that the reason why so many people find it difficult to keep to a course, an education, or a career path, is because very few are satisfying to our true nature. Trying to discover a satisfying occupation within the paradigms of present, materialistic society requires great determination.

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