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The Divine Light of a Lowly Farmer Boy

Guest Post By, Bryce Haymond ThyMindOMan.com (link below) On an early spring morning of 1820, a young poor fourteen-year-old farmer boy, from a small town in New York state, left his home to go pray alone in the nearby woods. He was extremely distressed in his mind;...

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Happiness: Look for the Light

You have heard the advice “enjoy the rose, not the thorn” or “every cloud has a silver lining.” In almost any situation in life, we can find something good in it. Although these phrases offer useful advice, sometimes if we are not feeling well it is hard to see the...

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The Blank Canvas

Where Does Creativity Come From? A painter begins his painting with a blank canvas and a writer with a blank page, right? Wrong. A painter or writer begins his or her art from within. Even when a painter paints a beautiful scene, or a writer wants to write a story...

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Inaugurate! Demonstrate!

Inaugurate! Demonstrate! What will I be inaugurating on January 20th? How will I spend my day? Where will my attention be flowing? How do I want to feel all day? Will I be uplifting or criticizing? What will I be demonstrating for—or, rather, simply demonstrating in...

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Consciousness: From Darkness to Light

You probably think this article is about me overcoming some tragedy like a terrible accident or some trauma—that I once was in a dark place, and now I am happy, and the sun is shining all around me. You are half right. However, I am not talking about any outer...

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Photography and Meditation: Opening the Doors of Perception

I was spending hours online looking for photos to post for my Facebook page. I finally thought to myself, “Why don’t I just take the pictures myself?” Thus, I bought a camera. Going Deeper Into Nature I live near the ocean, and my first pictures were of the sunrise on...

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