By John Edward
What occurs when we die?
The acclaimed medium takes his skills to new degrees and new nations! For After lifestyles, John and a documentary staff traveled to Australia and around the usa, the place he confirmed once more that grief, therapeutic, and wish are perpetually intertwined. He solutions his fans' most-asked questions about the mediumship method and the way it really works, whereas revealing his personal own existence as a husband and new father. Edward additionally stocks what he’s discovered via his personal own losses and demonstrates that it’s by no means too overdue to forgive and by no means too far-off to like.
John additionally connects with celebrities either right here and at the different side.
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In the one instance it is wholly the pursuit of desire, the primitive man pursuing the object he desires. In the other instance, the intelligent man sees the significance of desire and sees the conflict; the primitive man does not, he pursues anything he desires and creates suffering and pain. So to me self-discipline and suppression are both alike—they both deny intelligence. Please experiment with what I have said about discipline, self-discipline. Don’t reject it, don’t say you must have self-discipline, because there will be chaos in the world—as if there were not already chaos; and again, don’t merely accept what I say, agreeing that it is true.
Where the mind and heart are held by fear, by lack of understanding, by compulsion, such a mind, though it can think within the confines, within the limitations of that fear, is not really thinking, and its action must ever throw up new barriers. Therefore, its capacity to think is ever being limited. But if the mind frees itself through the understanding of circumstances and, therefore, acts, then that very action is creative thinking. QUESTIONER: Will you please give an example of the practical exercise of constant awareness and choice in everyday life?
First of all, before you guide them, find out how they are functioning. Before you try to change and alter thought and feeling, find out the manner of their working, and you will see that they are continually adjusting themselves within the limitations established by that point fixed by desire and the fulfillment of that desire. In awareness there is no discipline. Let me take an example. Suppose that you are class-minded, class-conscious, snobbish. You don’t know that you are snobbish, but you want to find out if you are; how will you find out?