The Dolphin Story – venice class – May 29, 2014 th

I like this analogy because this is how spiritual insights have been for me. I will get an insight about something. I will have a dolphin-moment of clarity. I will know something. And then, thwump! and I am back to where I was, sort of. Except now I know I had the insight. I know there is more going on than I was previously hip to. I am not quite the same as I was before. And then I will have another dolphin-insight, and then again thwump...

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The Fact of Unity – venice class – May 27, 2014 tu

The big point, remember, is that you did not make you. I did not make me. You are only here because The All is being Itself as YOU. The simple idea, therefore, is to experience the truth of who you are because who you are is The All being YOU. And then dare to do — live your life — as your heart and conscience are guiding you to do.

You are not the dweeb you thought you were. Other people are not the dweebs you thought they were. Other people are not the enemy you thought they were, either. There is no enemy — is the huge insight. Even if people are walking around shooting each other, there is no actual enemy, not really! There are a bunch of deluded brothers and sisters, and yes, that needs to be cleared up...

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That’s The Point! venice class – May 22, 2014 th

The highest meditation remember is when you are not doing anything. Huh? And then, at that point, PAY ATTENTION to what's happening. Because when "you" are not doing anything, SOMETHING is still happening!

When "you" are not doing anything, then you are not energizing your usual mindsets. That's the point.

When you are not energizing your usual mindsets, then you are available for a clearer experience of What Is Really Going On — a clearer experience of the ...

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Put a Comma in Your Commentary – venice class – May 13, 2014 tu

The discovery is that when you put a comma in your commentary, you are not left with nothing. If you were left with nothing, it would be stupid to put a comma in your commentary. It would be stupid to let go of your best assessments.

But, what you discover is that when you put a comma in your commentary and you temporarily let go of your best assessments, suddenly your mind becomes ...

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An Inspired Life – venice class – May 8, 2014 th

Question: What should I do with my life?

Erich: Basically, the way I would put it is THINK LESS and PAY ATTENTION MORE. Listen more. Shut up. Listen. Shut up. Relax. Listen. Because when you do YOU WILL FEEL NEW INSPIRATION THAT YOU DO NOT HAVE TO CONJURE UP...

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