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What's Your Life About?

Am I happy? Am I making the right choices?
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Do I waste time going after things I don't really want? If so, how many hours a day? Do I waste time doing things I don't like in order to get what I want, when I could be doing things I do like in order to get what I want?
Are there things I do like or would like that would be even more effective at getting me what I want than doing the things I don't like?testing hand
Do I "want" some things I don't know about? Do some of my real interests interfere with my success? Have some of them ruined aspects of my life? Closed important possibilities to me? Have my real interests ever harmed my loved ones? Are there any ways I have structured my life that actually have prevented me from accomplishing - or even knowing - my purpose?
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What happens when the world gets wind of this?

Do I interact with people in ways I don't like because I think I need to, when I could get a better result by interacting with them in ways I do like? testing hand




You've got a lot of sorting out to do. At least you can be calm and clear when you do it.
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Opening comments on particle nature / mission

Running time:  1 hr. 6 min.


We live in a century...

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What's Your Life About

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Skill 11: What's Your Life About? - lesson overview  page


  Test the following statements:

Christ once said: "Even the least among you can do all that I have done, and even greater things."

His important point is the "even greater things" part.

Christ was saying that raising the dead and creating fishes and loaves are essentially trivial abilities.

Miraculous material benefits are like that. They point to something higher, but they're not the thing they're pointing to.

My master, Meher Baba, put this point over to us by telling a story about a yogi whose bowl was never empty. He sat under a tree near a village in India, and because the people in this village were very poor, they used to eat out of his bowl when they went to pay their respects to him. In this way he fed the whole village.

This was his trick, and after a while the yogi started thinking he was pretty great. At that point, along came a God-realized master to help him with his spiritual development. As they say, when the disciple is ready, the guru appears.

This Perfect Master sat down in front of the yogi and started eating out of his bowl. The yogi was proud of himself because he could feed the master, but his pride soon vanished because the master didn't stop eating. He ate for days.

In this way he showed the yogi the limited result his trick was producing. The yogi realized that the villagers he was feeding were capable of eating forever without realizing spiritual truth. At that moment the yogi became the master's student, and his real spiritual development proceeded.

As you work your dependable miracles every day with immunics, as you cure your incurable diseases, as you virtually raise yourself from the dead, keep this perspective.

- Bayard


Do the above quotes seem disjointed or irrelevant to you?

Now just test this one question:

Are my current priorities interfering with my abilities? My health? My happiness?  

And then, if you wish, use the answer as a prompt to make up more questions for your own inquiry about this topic.

If you get answers that seem strange...

Also ask: Am I now operating from perceptions that are beyond the usual five senses?


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