Best of PONDER on THIS for Friday, April 25th, 2014 by Stuart Wilde in INFINITE SELF

“There’s a little rule that a teacher friend of mine, Denise Linn, lives by. Her rule is that anything you haven’t used or handled – that is touched – in the last six months, and that you’re not going to use in the next few months, get rid of it. Give it away. What that says is that you will only surround yourself with things that are alive with energy – things you touch, love and maintain – things that you are using. Everything else: you’re going to liberate yourself from the weight of it.

In this way, you remain simple. Look at the birds. They don’t have garages full of stuff. They’re simple and they know. They wake up in the morning and they’re not thinking, “How am I going to make it today?” They just fly around and peck here, peck there, and the God Force provides for them. Understand that there’s an enormous abundance, so keep your life uncluttered, uncomplicated.”

                                Stuart Wilde, in “Infinite Self”
   
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Compiler’s Note: Today I will once again be a guest on the Coach Cafe radio show on BlogTalk Radio at 11am EST. The hosts and I will be discussing the personal path of healthy living, including alternative health treatments and other related topics, such as the key role proper nutrition plays in maintaining overall good health. If you’re able to, please do tune in live, or listen to it in archive at your convenience. Thanks! Here’s the direct link to the page on BlogTalkRadio.

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