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Functional and profound, this advisor to studying a real self in the back of the “parts” performed in way of life provides the knowledge and notion essential to in attaining success. frequently taking a funny viewpoint, this paintings is founded on a trust that the instruments we use to mislead ourselves and others are a similar instruments we have to recognize ourselves higher. Guided meditation is one in every of a sequence of practices on the heart of this procedure that slowly brings into concentration an expertise of lifestyles and its chances.

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You, however, have so perfected worrying that you are the overwhelming choice. Now what happens? Well, you’ve watched the Oscars and the Emmys and the Golden Globes. After you’re announced as the winner, people stand up and applaud and cheer. You look appropriately shocked (even though you were pretty sure you would win and, true to character, have been worrying about your speech for weeks). You kiss the people sitting around you. The music is playing. The camera follows you on stage. 37 THE M ANY PERFORM ANCES OF YOU 38 Living life is like looking in a mirror.

WHO ARE YOU? 24 It’s important to maintain our optimism so that we will find what is always present inside us. When we find it, it is not an end, signaled with a bell or a round of applause; it is a new beginning, and it is ongoing. Soul is here, now. WHO ARE YOU? 25 When loving is u n c onditional, it is not dependent on how others behave. We will continue to love someone re g a rdless of what they do or say. We may not condone their behavior, and we may choose not to be with them, but our love for them is not conditioned in any way.

This awareness is present and alert at all times, monitoring the body, mind, emotions, and imagination. The observer is nonjudgmental, neutral, and unconditionally loving. This is the true self. The true self has its own language. Joyfulness and loving—love in action—are expressions of the true self. This form of loving is not to be confused with romantic love. Romantic love is conditional: we love someone for what they will do for us or give us, and once they stop giving us what we want, we withdraw our love and give it to someone else we think will fill our needs.

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