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BEST of PONDER on THIS for Tuesday, April 20th, 2021 by Nan Akasha in ALREADY RICH

“In the present moment we have the power to change, to be aware, to choose what we want and to allow our desires to appear. Yes, I said appear. Since all is energy and all possibilities exist in each moment, there is nothing kept from you, nothing you have to create and chase and take. You only need to align with your wealth, and it will appear to you. It is, in fact already here, right now. Your riches, your joy, your health are all here, right now. Why don’t you see them, feel them? You are looking at something else. You don’t expect it to appear. You are too focused on what you don’t have.”

Nan Akasha, in “Already Rich”

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Jeff MJeff Maziarek, author of Spirituality Simplified and Codi’s Journey, launched Pondercentral.com in April 2007 as a Web-based forum for “PONDER on THIS,” a series of weekday inspirational email messages he began sending to subscribers in March 1999. A FREE service since its inception, “PONDER on THIS” provides subscribers with meaningful content to assist them on their individual paths of spiritual growth. In addition, it benefits subscribers, authors, and publishers by including links to Amazon.com where subscribers can learn more about the book being quoted, and also purchase it.

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BEST of PONDER on THIS for Monday, April 19th, 2021 by Richard Carlson, PH.D. in DON’T SWEAT THE SMALL STUFF

“Many people live as if life were a dress rehearsal for some later date. It isn’t. In fact, no one has a guarantee that he or she will be here tomorrow. Now is the only time we have, and the only time that we have any control over. When our attention is in the present moment, we push fear from our minds. Fear is the concern over events that might happen in the future—we won’t have enough money, our children will get into trouble, we will get old and die, whatever.

To combat fear, the best strategy is to learn to bring your attention back to the present. Mark Twain said, “I have been through some terrible things in my life, some of which actually happened.” I don’t think I can say it any better. Practice keeping your attention on the here and now. Your efforts will pay great dividends.”

Richard Carlson, PH.D., in “Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff”

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BEST of PONDER on THIS for Friday, April 16th, 2021 by Marc Allen in THE GREATEST SECRET OF ALL

“We have all had intimations and glimpses of the greatest secret throughout our lives. We have all heard the greatest secret many times. When we discover it, it transforms our lives. We find it when we fall in love. We know it when we gaze into the eyes of our children. We know it whenever we become filled with joy and appreciation for someone or something. But then we forget it, over and over, and fall back into those old habitual fears and frustrations.

All we need to do is to remember this great secret again – and again, and again and again. It has been said in so many different ways, in so many different words. Here’s my attempt, in my words, to express it…We have a great purpose in life – a mission, vocation, and calling. We are here to grow, to evolve, to reach our full potential and contribute to the betterment of the world.

This is what has remained a secret for most of humanity: We are far greater than we think we are.”

Marc Allen, in “The Greatest Secret of All”

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BEST of PONDER on THIS for Thursday, April 15th, 2021 by Alan Cohen in THE DRAGON DOESN’T LIVE HERE ANYMORE

“Because most people do not believe that there is a relationship between the way we think and the way our body feels, when disease appears they seek only to get rid of the symptom, and do not look any deeper to find the problem. Someone with a headache, for example, may be inclined to take an aspirin to relieve the discomfort. This may be helpful, but the most helpful medication would be to learn to relax, let go of worry, and not to think so hard. When we take an aspirin or any other drug, we are simply masking the symptom that is a message to us from our higher self, calling our attention to what we need to do to make our life work better.

The idea is, of course, to make the symptom go away, for all forms of pain are, according to their nature, not the way we were meant to live. The crucial issue is not whether to make the hurt go away, but how we do it. Too often we are prone to cover it up with a Band-Aid and hope that it will go away, or to remove the organ, as if the organ were the cause instead of the effect.

But because disease is a teaching for our spiritual growth, it will not go away until we learn the necessary spiritual lessons. We cannot, in the long run, sidestep doing what we need to do by avoiding the cues that remind us of what we must learn.”

Alan Cohen, in “The Dragon Doesn’t Live Here Anymore”

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Jeff MJeff Maziarek, author of Spirituality Simplified and Codi’s Journey, launched Pondercentral.com in April 2007 as a Web-based forum for “PONDER on THIS,” a series of weekday inspirational email messages he began sending to subscribers in March 1999. A FREE service since its inception, “PONDER on THIS” provides subscribers with meaningful content to assist them on their individual paths of spiritual growth. In addition, it benefits subscribers, authors, and publishers by including links to Amazon.com where subscribers can learn more about the book being quoted, and also purchase it.

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BEST of PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, April 14th, 2021 by Wayne W. Dyer in THERE’S A SPIRITUAL SOLUTION TO EVERY PROBLEM

“Always remember that you are connected eternally to God. You are a divine creation, and you do not want to fear your divinity any longer. You do not have to perform to anyone else’s standard to be loved; you are loved unconditionally. You do not have to be mistake-free; you are always loved. You do not have to win; you are loved regardless of the outcome or the score.

All the reasons that you have adopted to hate yourself are the result of a rigid belief that your ego is the dominant force in your life. Your ego believes you are separate from everyone else, and separate from God. Thus, that ego is always judging, evaluating, and comparing you to others. When you don’t measure up, you engage in self-contempt. Then you review how many times you failed and turn those self-perceived failures into self-hate.

As a spiritual being, you do not have to perform, compare, win, or anything else. Your worthiness is a given. You are a piece of God. Always connected. Remind yourself of this truth whenever you resort to any form of self-hatred.”

Wayne W. Dyer, in “There’s a Spiritual Solution to Every Problem”

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Jeff MJeff Maziarek, author of Spirituality Simplified and Codi’s Journey, launched Pondercentral.com in April 2007 as a Web-based forum for “PONDER on THIS,” a series of weekday inspirational email messages he began sending to subscribers in March 1999. A FREE service since its inception, “PONDER on THIS” provides subscribers with meaningful content to assist them on their individual paths of spiritual growth. In addition, it benefits subscribers, authors, and publishers by including links to Amazon.com where subscribers can learn more about the book being quoted, and also purchase it.

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BEST of PONDER on THIS for Tuesday, April 13th, 2021 by Fr. Anthony DeMello in THE WAY TO LOVE

“Compare the serene and simple splendor of a rose in bloom with the tensions and restlessness of your life. The rose has a gift that you lack; it is perfectly content to be itself. It has not been programmed from birth, as you have been, to be dissatisfied with itself, so it has not the slightest urge to be anything other than it is. That is why it possesses the artless grace and absence of inner conflict that among humans is only found in little children and mystics.”

Fr. Anthony DeMello, in “The Way to Love”

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BEST of PONDER on THIS for Monday, April 12th, 2021 by Jackson Browne in FOR A DANCER

“Keep a fire for the human race
Let your prayers go drifting into space
You never know what will be coming down.

Perhaps a better world is drawing near
And just as easily it could all disappear
Along with whatever meaning you might have found
Don’t let the uncertainty turn you around
Go out and make a joyful sound

Into a dancer you have grown
From a seed somebody else has thrown
Go out ahead and throw some seeds of your own
And somewhere between the time you arrive
And the time you go
May lie the reason you were alive
But you’ll never know.”

Jackson Browne, in the song “For A Dancer”

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Jeff MJeff Maziarek, author of Spirituality Simplified and Codi’s Journey, launched Pondercentral.com in April 2007 as a Web-based forum for “PONDER on THIS,” a series of weekday inspirational email messages he began sending to subscribers in March 1999. A FREE service since its inception, “PONDER on THIS” provides subscribers with meaningful content to assist them on their individual paths of spiritual growth. In addition, it benefits subscribers, authors, and publishers by including links to Amazon.com where subscribers can learn more about the book being quoted, and also purchase it.

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BEST of PONDER on THIS for Friday, April 9th, 2021 by William L. Murtha in DYING FOR A CHANGE

Will Murtha: So the only object blocking our own creativity is our mind?

Voice of Higher Presence: Or the thoughts and constant static that roll through your mind. Clear a lot of the unnecessary mind stuff from your head, and you will soon discover the secret of becoming a fully creative being. All you ever need to do is to get out of the way and let the life force work through you. Artists, sages, spiritual teachers and masters know this truth. They appreciate that they must first step aside, get out of the way, shut down the mind static, and then let the divine life force work through them. Healers are also familiar with this divine process. They instinctively know that all healing is not directly attributable to a special gift that they own. Healing is present because healers learn that they are only the transformers in the whole process. They are the conduits, which offer pure grace and compassionate love.

Will Murtha: It all seems too simple. That would mean that we, as human bodies, are nothing more than a physical channel.

Voice of Higher Presence: You are drawing closer to the truth here. You are beginning to see that we are all paintbrushes in this whole cosmic picture. The way that you brush your strokes and choose your colors determines the kind of the life picture you create.

William L. Murtha, in “Dying for a Change”

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Jeff MJeff Maziarek, author of Spirituality Simplified and Codi’s Journey, launched Pondercentral.com in April 2007 as a Web-based forum for “PONDER on THIS,” a series of weekday inspirational email messages he began sending to subscribers in March 1999. A FREE service since its inception, “PONDER on THIS” provides subscribers with meaningful content to assist them on their individual paths of spiritual growth. In addition, it benefits subscribers, authors, and publishers by including links to Amazon.com where subscribers can learn more about the book being quoted, and also purchase it.

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BEST of PONDER on THIS for Thursday, April 8th, 2021 by Stuart Wilde in AFFIRMATIONS

“To get to the next space, to your goal, you have to travel through the one you are in. It is almost as if the thoughts you usually have must be used up or worn out before you can make changes. How often have you affirmed a new intention and found yourself bogged down in old patterns? This is because the old ways are tough to dismiss. It takes patience. That is why the great dramas of your life are so useful. Dramatic events have a way of clearing the path of debris. After such experience, you may feel lost and exhausted and beat up because your ego has taken a royal bashing and was forced to retreat. But in the wake of the drama, a space occurs that allows new understanding to filter in and growth to occur.”

Stuart Wilde, in “Affirmations”

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Jeff MJeff Maziarek, author of Spirituality Simplified and Codi’s Journey, launched Pondercentral.com in April 2007 as a Web-based forum for “PONDER on THIS,” a series of weekday inspirational email messages he began sending to subscribers in March 1999. A FREE service since its inception, “PONDER on THIS” provides subscribers with meaningful content to assist them on their individual paths of spiritual growth. In addition, it benefits subscribers, authors, and publishers by including links to Amazon.com where subscribers can learn more about the book being quoted, and also purchase it.

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BEST of PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, April 7th, 2021 by Richard A. Singer, Jr. in YOUR DAILY WALK WITH THE GREAT MINDS

“Obsession with money appears to preside over everyone and everything around us. Of course it’s needed, however, to hoard it or center your whole life around making it, saving it, and spending it is a great disgrace to this Universe. If you are not making a difference, what are you here for? Your essential source has a higher plan for you rather than revolving around monetary rewards and material possessions, it is wholly up to you to discover this plan and begin revealing it in your life. If you desire temporary pleasure and an illusory sense of control, continue developing your monetary foundation in life, if you choose genuine happiness, peace, and true success, begin making a difference in the world today.”

Richard A. Singer, Jr. in “Your Daily Walk With the Great Minds”

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Jeff MJeff Maziarek, author of Spirituality Simplified and Codi’s Journey, launched Pondercentral.com in April 2007 as a Web-based forum for “PONDER on THIS,” a series of weekday inspirational email messages he began sending to subscribers in March 1999. A FREE service since its inception, “PONDER on THIS” provides subscribers with meaningful content to assist them on their individual paths of spiritual growth. In addition, it benefits subscribers, authors, and publishers by including links to Amazon.com where subscribers can learn more about the book being quoted, and also purchase it.

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BEST of PONDER on THIS for Tuesday, April 6th, 2021 by Jerry and Ester Hicks in GETTING INTO THE VORTEX

“If you have the developed the pattern of working hard to keep those around you happy, then when they are not happy, when they are presenting anger to you, you may feel that their anger has something to do with your behavior. They often work hard to make you believe that you are the primary reason for their problem, but you have undoubtedly discovered that the more you attempt to modify your behavior to keep others happy, the more modification of your behavior they seem to require. Again, an impossible and futile endeavor.

When you demonstrate your consistent state of happiness that you are achieving by being aware of your Vortex and holding thoughts that allow your frequent entrance into it (and, even more important, you do not modify your behavior to try to soothe or solve the problems of others), you will offer them – through the power of your example – the secret to their own true happiness. Being happy is a very personal thing – and it really has nothing to do with anyone else.”

Esther and Jerry Hicks, in “Getting Into the Vortex”

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Jeff MJeff Maziarek, author of Spirituality Simplified and Codi’s Journey, launched Pondercentral.com in April 2007 as a Web-based forum for “PONDER on THIS,” a series of weekday inspirational email messages he began sending to subscribers in March 1999. A FREE service since its inception, “PONDER on THIS” provides subscribers with meaningful content to assist them on their individual paths of spiritual growth. In addition, it benefits subscribers, authors, and publishers by including links to Amazon.com where subscribers can learn more about the book being quoted, and also purchase it.

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BEST of PONDER on THIS for Monday, April 5th, 2021 by Thich Nhat Hanh, in PEACE IS EVERY STEP

“We often ask, “What’s wrong?” Doing so, we invite painful seeds of sorrow to come up and manifest. We feel suffering, anger, and depression, and produce more such seeds. We would be much happier if we tried to stay in touch with the healthy, joyful seeds inside of us and around us. We should learn to ask, “What’s not wrong?” and be in touch with that. There are so many elements in the world and within our bodies, feelings, perceptions, and consciousness that are wholesome, refreshing, and healing. If we block ourselves, if we stay in the prison of our sorrow, we will not be in touch with these healing elements.

Life is filled with many wonders, like the blue sky, the sunshine, the eyes of a baby. Our breathing, for example, can be very enjoyable. I enjoy breathing every day. But many people appreciate the joy of breathing only when they have asthma or a stuffed-up nose. We don’t need to wait until we have asthma to enjoy our breathing. Awareness of the precious elements of happiness is itself the practice of right mindfulness.”

Thich Nhat Hanh, in “Peace Is Every Step”

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Jeff MJeff Maziarek, author of Spirituality Simplified and Codi’s Journey, launched Pondercentral.com in April 2007 as a Web-based forum for “PONDER on THIS,” a series of weekday inspirational email messages he began sending to subscribers in March 1999. A FREE service since its inception, “PONDER on THIS” provides subscribers with meaningful content to assist them on their individual paths of spiritual growth. In addition, it benefits subscribers, authors, and publishers by including links to Amazon.com where subscribers can learn more about the book being quoted, and also purchase it.

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BEST of PONDER on THIS for Friday, April 2nd, 2021 by Marc Allen in THE GREATEST SECRECT OF ALL

“The truth is, all the practices and techniques that we’ve heard about over the years work: affirmations, prayers, declarations, positive thinking, creative visualization, self-actualization, self-realization, whatever you want to call it. They all work because every thought we have is a powerful creative force.

The only problem is our doubts and fears can be powerful creative forces in our lives as well, if we let them. I’m sure the process works like this: We affirm, I am now creating success, doing what I love to do, in an easy and relaxed manner, in a healthy and positive way. And the Universe – or our subconscious mind, or whatever you want to call it – says Yes! And it goes about showing us just how to manifest our dreams, revealing to us exactly the steps we need to take.

But then, our next thought is, Oh, but it’s so hard to succeed. So few people are really doing what they love to do…, then the Universe says, Yes, it’s true – it’s very hard for you, with those thoughts. Look at how hard it is. In fact, it’s getting worse all the time.

Every thought we have, for good or ill, is creative. As soon as we focus as much or more on our dreams as we focus on our doubts and fears – through a process that will always remain mysterious – begin to be realized one step at a time.”

Marc Allen, in “The Greatest Secret of All”

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Jeff MJeff Maziarek, author of Spirituality Simplified and Codi’s Journey, launched Pondercentral.com in April 2007 as a Web-based forum for “PONDER on THIS,” a series of weekday inspirational email messages he began sending to subscribers in March 1999. A FREE service since its inception, “PONDER on THIS” provides subscribers with meaningful content to assist them on their individual paths of spiritual growth. In addition, it benefits subscribers, authors, and publishers by including links to Amazon.com where subscribers can learn more about the book being quoted, and also purchase it.

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BEST of PONDER on THIS for Thursday, April 1, 2021 by Jeff Maziarek in SPIRITUALITY SIMPLIFIED

“It takes considerable energy to cling to things, and equally as important: by being attached we serve to limit the flow of universal energy into our lives. In that regard, consider this insightful and very amusing quotation from Stuart Wilde:

“The more you defend your stuff through the emotion of “mine,” the more lack you’ll have, and the more you cut yourself off from the Infinite Self within. Everything you have is in the care of the God Force. If you come home and the stereo is missing, you can say, “Ah, they’ve come for the stereo,” rather than getting uptight. It’s just gone back to the God Force. Somebody else has it now.”

While the previous passage has a humorous nature, it really is quite true in my view. Once an item of yours is taken from you, what else can you do but accept it? Getting all bothered about it does not in any way change what happened. This is not to suggest that thieves should not be held responsible for their choices. Rather, it means that those who were victimized need to first reframe the event (e.g., as a lesson learned), and then move into the present moment to identify the appropriate solution (i.e., file a police report, purchase a new stereo, or both).

If you are sincerely able to embrace this perspective, you will eventually reach the point where you no longer allow yourself to become rigidly attached to any material item. The end result will be a feeling of immense weight being removed from your shoulders, as the emotional and physical energy that you invest in hanging on to your stuff literally weighs you down. Most importantly, as you begin to develop the ability to be non-attached and let things flow from your life without resistance, you simultaneously crack open the door for new items to flow into your life.”

Jeff Maziarek, in “Spirituality Simplified”

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Jeff MJeff Maziarek, author of Spirituality Simplified and Codi’s Journey, launched Pondercentral.com in April 2007 as a Web-based forum for “PONDER on THIS,” a series of weekday inspirational email messages he began sending to subscribers in March 1999. A FREE service since its inception, “PONDER on THIS” provides subscribers with meaningful content to assist them on their individual paths of spiritual growth. In addition, it benefits subscribers, authors, and publishers by including links to Amazon.com where subscribers can learn more about the book being quoted, and also purchase it.

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BEST of PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, March 31st, 2021 by Eckhart Tolle in A NEW EARTH

“The ego identifies with having, but its satisfaction in having is a relatively shallow and short-lived one. Concealed within it remains a deep-seated sense of dissatisfaction, of incompleteness, of “not enough.” “I don’t have enough yet,” by which the ego really means, “I am not enough yet.”…Having – the concept of ownership – is a fiction created by the ego to give itself solidity and permanency and make itself stand out, make itself special.

Since you cannot find yourself through having, however, there is another more powerful drive underneath it that pertains to the structure of the ego: the need for more, which we could also call “wanting.” No ego can last for long without the need for more. Therefore, wanting keeps the ego alive much more than having. The ego wants to want more than it wants to have. And so the shallow satisfaction of having is always replaced by more wanting. This is the psychological need for more, that is to say, more things to identify with. It is an addictive need, not an authentic one.”

Eckhart Tolle, in “A New Earth”

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Jeff MJeff Maziarek, author of Spirituality Simplified and Codi’s Journey, launched Pondercentral.com in April 2007 as a Web-based forum for “PONDER on THIS,” a series of weekday inspirational email messages he began sending to subscribers in March 1999. A FREE service since its inception, “PONDER on THIS” provides subscribers with meaningful content to assist them on their individual paths of spiritual growth. In addition, it benefits subscribers, authors, and publishers by including links to Amazon.com where subscribers can learn more about the book being quoted, and also purchase it.

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