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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

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Meditation Creates Miracles, Religious Experiences Shrink Part of the Brain, EGO = Edging God Out…

Dance to your heart’s desire! ~The SBNR Team


Today’s Teaching:

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“You are not contained within your body, your history, or your knowledge; though they are meaningfully chosen creative expressions, they are not what you are. You are the experience of yourself and you are the creator of that experience.”

From: You Are God. Get Over It!
By Story Waters


Spirituality News & Posts:

1. Express News Service: Meditation Creates Miracles
“Meditation is a process through which one can experience the real essence of spirituality and in turn divinity. There are several ways and means to practise meditation, which can only be felt intrinsically at different states of mind and it cannot be calibrated and is intelligible. “

2. Scientific American: Religious Experiences Shrink Part of the Brain
“It makes us think more about the complexity of the relationship between religion and the brain. This field of scholarship, referred to as neurotheology, can greatly advance our understanding of religion, spirituality, and the brain. Continued studies of both the acute and chronic effects of religion on the brain will be highly valuable. For now, we can be certain that religion affects the brain–we just are not certain how.”

3. BJ Gallagher: EGO = Edging God Out
“…the difference was ME. I got in my own way. Instead of showing up to be of service to viewers, I got caught up in looking good and self-promotion. My ego tried to run the show, and it made a mess of everything… But I hope I never forget that ouch. Because it reminds me to keep my ego out of the way. When I show up in service to others, things always go perfectly. When I show up strutting my stuff, I make a mess of things.”

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