Wiser Day on Earth

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Contemplation Collections

  • Sacred

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      All things originate from infinite expression and therefore have the potential to become sacred through conscious reverence. Anything that we consecrate can embody our virtue and become sacred. It then becomes a symbol of the surrendering of our ego, and of our worshipful gratitude.

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  • Sacred Call

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      Is it possible, that infinite expression is awaiting a return call from the congregants in the temple of earth, with their ultimate message of echoing love, “I am that I am.”

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  • Sacred Geometry

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      There are innate, mathematically coherent, geometric forms in nature, such as a human face, an egg, a sunflower, a rainbow, and even a spiral galaxy. These forms proclaim not only that there is a coherency of design upon the earth, as well as throughout the universe, but also that we live in, and are surrounded by the energy of such forms. And so the highest creations and expressions of humanity, such as love, truth, peace, compassion, joy and kindness, will likely have their own sacred geometrical forms of energy, and like the arcs of a rainbow, such forms may create invisible geometrical arcs spiralling about the earth.

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  • Sacred Meeting

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      Because all things are connected, there is an in-built time for all meetings, and therefore possibly for a unified, sacred meeting.

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  • Sadness

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      Sadness lays bare the weariness of dejection. We emote discouragement because we expected things to develop as we wanted. And therefore we were likely too close to being absolutist in wanting our needs to be met.

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  • Safety

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      We naturally place our faith in being inherently safe, when we see and deeply feel the absolute order of the universe, regardless of all that appears to the contrary in our own life or in the life of the world. In such sublime order, there arises the intuitive assurance, that there is a place for the fulfilment of all souls.

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  • Sarcasm

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      Sarcasm is largely a form of self-righteousness. It inflates the ego and the view of the one being sarcastic, by ridiculing and demeaning the object of sarcasm. However, sometimes it is used by people who are repressed, as a tool against their oppressors, and therefore it may have been useful in helping to eventually create an environment for liberation. Yet sarcasm is never the truth. It is far too disconnected, blaming and lacking in self-responsibility.

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  • Scene

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      If we have the impression that we are unable to appear in a particular scene, it may be useful to ask ourselves, which character within us, has declined our casting?

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  • Scepticism

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      There appear to be two kinds of “sceptic.” One who carefully examines and who has a reserved scepticism, yet with an open mind. And the other who is filled with doubt, refuses to look, and has a closed mind. The latter is really a cynic.

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  • Schedule

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      If we live life always according to a schedule, timetable or race, we will miss out on watching ants, speaking to clouds, and listening to rocks, as well as all the infinite, spontaneous, serendipitous and synchronistic delightful by-ways that life constantly offers.

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