I have a friend I've never seen

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I was always thinking of games that I was playing?

Nathan Scott In the ballroom of the Washington Hilton, 1,500 top educators from around the world sit rapt while Doug Ross describes the future. Ross, then Assistant Secretary of Labor for Employment and Training in the Clinton administration, is delivering the closing address to the 1994 international conference A …

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Only love can break your heart

Drink one cup of tea daily for one to two weeks for a short mugwort cure (one teaspoon dried herbs, steep for ten minutes). It can work wonders in times of stress. The Magical Mugwort Belt For a mugwort belt, which should ideally be fashioned on the feast day of …

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Someone should call him and see if he can come out

However, those who try to manage nations and corporations - ministers and executives of all persuasions - may be panicked by the escalating complexity of the situations they are attempting to control into assuming that time is the one thing they have not got. Their fallacy is to suppose that the faster …

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Try to be sure right from the start

Man finds himself in a perilous position . A far greater danger threatens [than the outbreak of a third world war]: the approaching tide of technological revolution in the atomic age could so captivate, bewitch, dazzle and beguile man that calculative thinking may someday come to be accepted and practised as …

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Try to lose the down that you've found

The boy told me that he had had a dream on the seventh night following his affirmation wherein a man with a beard appeared to him and said, Sonny, you are all right now. He woke up and told his father and mother what had happened and said to them …

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Trying to make the best of my time

You think, speak, and act differently. There is no one in all the world like you. The Life Principle never repeats Itself. Realize, know, and believe that you have special and unique talents and capabilities. You can do something in a special way that no one else in all the …

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What if your world should fall apart?

A few weeks had transpired, when I received an air mail letter from my friend in Ireland, in which she said that her brother had sent her a cablegram saying he was on his way home for a visit. This was the first word she had heard from him since …

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Can't put it down until the last page

It is not just the admission that one's knowledge is always incomplete - that there is always more that one could consider - which is required, but the recognition that knowledge itself is essentially unsure, equivocal, open to question and reinterpretation. As Harvard educationalist Robert Kegan has recently reminded us in his …

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Having to have the very best

That makes no sense at all. However, a few precautions did exist: babies were not supposed to sleep in cribs made from elder wood because a bush that is so closely associated with fairies holds much of their energy. This affects the little ones more than adults and it could …

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It wouldn't set me free

You can do this with as many incidents as you want. Think of a time you felt really in love with your partner and return to it like you are back there now. See what you saw, hear what you heard and feel how good you felt. Make the colours …

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Never having time to do the test

The other self of me--my personality--is based on my early training, indoctrination, and conditioning, such as the thinking and beliefs of my parents, relatives, teachers, and others, who implanted fears, superstitions, and other false beliefs in my mind when I was too young to reject them. I can change this …

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Scrounging for quantity

Again the meeting laughs. The boy and one of the girls grin sheepishly at each other. The meeting moves on. The exploration of knowing better by thinking slower' eventually brings us to a consideration of wisdom. <a href='https://www.musiconvinyl.com/includes/click.php?imailing_id=130&que=&url=http …

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Searching for quality

I would not wish hard times on myself or anyone else, but I am grateful for the learning they have given me. In spite of all the changes and freedoms of modernity, the most common aspiration of people around the world is a long-term, loving, monogamous relationship, but a recent …

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That's how the story goes

The plant has to be consumed on a regular basis in order to do this. As such, hawthorn is among the plants one should use as a longer cure, since it builds its effects gradually. It is also suitable for problems that are not physical, but gnaw at you subconsciously …

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Where did the magic go

Yet an entire universe awaits, vibrant with life about which we know next to nothing. Collins returned to Earth with deep insight into the planet's fragile, silent beauty, one that eradicates borders and silences arguments. We can extend this insight to our dreams, for when we explore and share our …

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Can't decide which way you want to go

Next, find out where they are going and scatter lavender blossoms in their way. They act as a natural stop sign. I always mix in a few cloves or star-anise to make it more aromatic and--from the perspective of the ant--more sinister. Even the last stragglers are usually gone after …

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I feel the way you feel

This attitude of heart and mind allows me to maintain a receptive stance while letting the dream unfold without attempting to exert control' over the dream. <a href='http://www.gsm.shp.hu/hpc/click.php?url=http://microstat.co.uk/'>Based</a> on many such lucid dream experiences, I …

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Like a ribbon on the high plain

Some people have plenty of good reasons to want to be as unlike their parents as possible. I worked with a young woman who had body dysmorphia. When she was a child, her mother had left her and her father, and the father had turned to drink. He became a …

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Living on the edge of night

A tea cure with cleavers cleanses the body be it after a long bout of medication or as a strengthening tool after virus infections. Those who are constantly battling herpes, for example, should give cleavers a try for a change. On the emotional level the herb has a cooling effect …

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Moon on the rise

Optimism helps you to see positive experiences and good opportunities, even in difficult times. You are more likely to take up those opportunities, so you have a positive effect on the world around you and you bring good things into your life. When you are optimistic, you really do change …

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There's a road stretched out between us

She realised that in her fear she had missed the comforting touch of the breeze. Reconnecting with this sensation infused her with new confidence and energised her for dealing with the changes in her life that lay ahead. In a further dream, Louise swam underwater quite happily until she became …

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Where the people are the real stars

If we put folk medicine under the magnifying glass in regard to chamomile, it becomes difficult to find an ailment for which it does not at least offer some relief. Chamomile as matricaria (mother care) looks after mothers and their children. It helps with stomach problems and women's ailments, soothes …

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You don't know which drug is right

These two very different stories show that it does not matter whether you meet at sixteen or at sixty. What really matters is a willingness to take your chances when they happen. If you are true to your values and you take your chances, you may even look back and …

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You know the sun won't go down slow

Stephen LaBerge, renowned for his work at the forefront of lucid dream research since the 1980s, has observed: To go beyond the ego's model of the world, the lucid dreamer must relinquish control of the dream - surrender - to something beyond the ego. <a href='http://www.boulderdigitalarts.com/search/click …

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As long as we can sail away

Here the first humans step down onto earth from a magical tree. In the old traditions the (symbolic) birds also serve as the intermediaries between humans and the gods high up in the World Tree. The mythical arrival of the first humans on earth was even tied to a tree …

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I would still make it back alive

You may discover that you value friends and social life so much that you don't want to be so far away in the countryside. You have discovered another value so you change your goal to living somewhere with nature and greenery but closer to your friends. The goal is different …

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There'll be wind in the canyon

Once you have your strategy in place, make sure your people line up with your strategy. Ideally, all team members should know the big goal, as well as their individual role in achieving it. They need to know their personal bottom line and how that works to achieve the organization's …

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Feeling that the day is through

A neural network comprising only twenty-two different neurons' has learnt to perform this discrimination surprisingly well. <a href='http://www.paidmania.com/getpaid/frame_signup/0?refurl=http://oui-madame.co.uk/'>The</a> neurons are arranged together in threelayers' (as shown in Figure 9). The first layer of thirteen sensory' …

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Give me all the love you have to give

The affirmation she used I wrote an affirmation for her and told her to use it and follow the lead that would come to her within the next few days. I also advised that she refrain from contacting the man she intended to marry and to just wait for inner …

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Laid back and laughing

Tom said, Yes, it is. In about a month's time, the bishop, who had been critical of him, passed away, and the men who were creating trouble and wanted to oust him were transferred by their respective organizations to other cities. A few nights ago, Tom called me long distance …

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Tomorrow won't be late

But if someone is able to move into the incubation phase, the sharp inhibitory surrounds which d-mode employs to keep activity focused and corralled, and which tend to turn gentle valleys into functional canyons, are relaxed, and the wider distribution of activity across the brainscape allows a greater number of …

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Wake up all you sleeping beauties

Given that neurons are linked together by both excitatory and inhibitory connections, increased arousal can have a mixed effect, causing some neighbours of an active cell to fire more readily while effectively suppressing others. In particular, there tends to be what is called reciprocal inhibition between a group of neurons …

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We all have to sin someday

She's found that lightening up on herself has been essential for getting the most joy out of her music, which comes especially when she's jamming and improvising with fellow musicians. It's a lesson that she finds applies to the rest of life as well. Truth is, however much they may …

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We won't have to wait

When you judge others as having it worse than you, you may even feel relief at your own relative good fortune. Or maybe you feel some form of aversion: pity for their plight, fear that their unfortunate lot in life may one day be your own, or unspoken anger at …

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You can live your own life

Her focused attention was on two winners, which impregnated her subconscious mind. The latter responded accordingly, giving her two winners, for which she asked casually and without undue mental stress or strain. Extrasensory Perception in Action Rose, do not stay, Rose, wither away. This spell is relatively well known and …

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Can't breathe and the lights are changing

An Answer to a Bible Student's Dream Recently I had a visit from a college student who is in his fourth year of studies in a seminary, and he remarked that Freud's pioneer definition was that a dream symbolizes a wish fulfilled, but that it certainly did not fit his …

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Don't dwell too long on yesterday

Together with the hormonal system and the immune system, the central nervous system, of which the brain is the headquarters, ensures that all the different limbs, senses and organs of the body act in concert. The brain assigns significance, determines priorities and settles competing claims on resources, for the common …

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