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When Everything Seems to Be Going Wrong and You Feel Utterly Hopeless

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Spiritual Insight from the Story of The Little Prince

No matter how awful a situation is, if you once realize the death of your egoic identity you are experiencing in this painful situation is the opening to the restoration of the authentic self you once were as a little child, you can stop resisting and simply allow.

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How Our True Self Comes Alive

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Spiritual Insight from the Story of The Little Prince

When life throws us an emotional curveball that knocks us off our perch, the pain can be excruciating. If it happens again and again, it can all but knock us out.At such times, it feels like we are dying.

And in a very real sense, we are. Our whole self-concept collapses in on itself, and we are left to reinvent ourselves when we feel least capable of doing so.

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How to Find Peace in the Middle of Life's Hectic Pace

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Spiritual Insight from the Story of The Little Prince

Our modern world is in one huge rush, and it’s taking a toll on our health, our state of mind, our relationships, our fellow creatures, and our planet as a whole.

The underlying reason for this rushed way of going about life is a need the mind has to escape any semblance of stillness or silence.

This might seem strange, given that most people like to kick back and take it easy or even go on vacation and put their feet up for a while.

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How to Find Peace in the Middle of Life's Hectic Pace

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Spiritual Insight from the Story of The Little Prince

Our modern world is in one huge rush, and it’s taking a toll on our health, our state of mind, our relationships, our fellow creatures, and our planet as a whole.

The underlying reason for this rushed way of going about life is a need the mind has to escape any semblance of stillness or silence.

This might seem strange, given that most people like to kick back and take it easy or even go on vacation and put their feet up for a while.

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Why Many Who Think of Themselves as "Seekers" Never Find

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Spiritual Insight from the Story of The Little Prince

The image of express trains racing by, chasing one another and also going in opposite directions, with only the children looking out the windows while the adults yawn or sleep, is an apt depiction of how many in the modern world race through their day without every really being present.

The human appetite for the “next thing” is rapacious. I almost said “voracious,” until I considered the difference between the meanings of these two words.

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Are You Enjoying the Aliveness of This Moment, Right Now?

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Spiritual Insight from the Story of The Little Prince

The children on board the express trains the Little Prince sees racing by when he meets the switchman are excited about life in a way that I remember being when I rode trains in Britain during my earlier years.

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Are You Fascinating by Everyday Life in the Way You Once Were as a Child?

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Spiritual Insight from the Story of The Little Prince

One of the most insightful statements Jesus shared with us concerns our need to become like a little child again if we expect to live consciously and thereby experience the divine Presence in our life.

Jesus described becoming like the little child we once were in terms of “humbling” ourselves.

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How We Learn Not to Be Present in Our Life

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Spiritual Insight from the Story of The Little Prince

How fascinated are you by your life? Do you find it engaging, enthralling even? Do you relish each moment of it?

For instance, if you took a shower or bath today, did you enjoy the feel of the water on your skin? Did you take time to relax, unwind, and bask in the experience?

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You Aren't the Person You Think You Are, and Neither Is Anybody Else!

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Spiritual Insight from Eckhart Tolle's Stillness Speaks

Have you ever met someone who, when you first encountered them, you didn’t like at all?

But then something happened that caused you to see them differently. Perhaps they became your friend or even someone you married.

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