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Let’s Read: What Are You Doing?

In this post, we will analyse the lecture “What Are You Doing”. This lecture can be found among the books and lectures here, in the 1967 section.  It starts off with this quote:  “Many times I have heard someone say: ‘I believe that imagining creates reality, but I once imagined something and it never came …

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Readers’ Questions, December, Part 1

In this post, I will answer your guys’ questions again. You can submit your questions for the next Q&A here.    ISABELLA: Which one is your top 3 books of Neville and why? My top 3 at the moment would look something like this:  1. The Law & The Promise, 2. Feeling is the Secret, …

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Readers’ Questions: Part 3

Welcome to the third part of readers’ questions! This will be the last part that I will be doing this month. If you wish to submit your questions, you can do so here but keep in mind they will not be published before December.    PAIGE: I wanted to ask how do you know if …

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Let’s Read: The Art of Dying

The lecture that we will be reading and analysing in this article is the lecture called The Art of Dying. Let’s start it off with this quote from Neville: “…you would see that no one can grow without outgrowing. But man is not willing to outgrow, [and] yet he wants other things than those he …

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May Q&A: Part 1

Before we start, I just want to say that if your question isn’t answered in this post, it will be answered in the next one. We will be publishing a couple of posts throughout the next few days. We will be catching up with questions we’ve received since the middle of April because we didn’t …

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Basing Your Judgment On What Was

In this article, I will be covering the topic of basing your judgment on what was. In other words, allowing your past experiences to set limitations for what you can or cannot achieve in your life. As we all know by now, we may perceive time as linear but it’s actually not. Everything is happening …

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