“Allow yourself the luxury of deserving the best. If someone tries to persuade you that you must work for the good of someone or something else do not believe them. If someone tries to prove to you that everything in life comes from hard work alone do not believe them. If someone is imposing a harsh battle on you to secure your place in the sun, do not believe them. If they try to tell you what your place is, do not believe them. If someone tries to draw you into a religious sect or community because you can make ‘an essential contribution to the common goal’, do not believe them. If they tell you that you have to live your entire life in poverty because that is how you were born, do not believe them. If they tell you that you have limited options, do not believe them.”
Vadim Zeland, in “Reality Transurfing Steps I-V”
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Compiler’s Note: Early this year I posted a passage from this book and have been intending to post more, as I truly have found it to be a profound work. The challenge in excerpting from this work is that the content all hangs together and the author uses terminology at the beginning that is used regularly throughout it. I can say without reservation that in all my 25+ years of reading personal and spiritual growth books this work is in my top five of the best I’ve ever come across. This is not to suggest that it’s for everyone, because it probably wouldn’t be a good book for someone just embarking on a path of self-discovery, nor would it appeal to the highly religious. With that said, with those clarifications in mind I HIGHLY recommend this book as a personal growth resource. (Note: The Russian to English translation is poor in spots but the content is so valuable it didn’t matter one jot to me.)
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