"My point is that people who create great things aren't idle dreamers: They are totally grounded in reality. Being hyperrealistic will help you choose your dreams wisely and then achieve them. … People who achieve success and drive progress deeply understand the cause-effect relationships that govern reality and have principles for using them to get … Continue reading Mind and Beyond Mind 9/9 | Implications for Our Self Development
Truth "Upon the battlefield of the human soul two masters are ever contending for the crown of supremacy, for the kingship and dominion of the heart; the master of self, called also the Prince of this world, and the master of truth, called also the Father God." - The Two Masters: Self and Truth, THE … Continue reading Mind and Beyond Mind 8/9 | What Is Truth? What Is Real Power?
"When you live in complete acceptance of what is, that is the end of all drama in your life. Nobody can even have an argument with you, no matter how hard he or she tries. You cannot have an argument with a fully conscious person. An argument implies identification with your mind and a mental … Continue reading Mind and Beyond Mind 7/9 | Who Do We Become After All? – A Fully Conscious Person
"Enlightenment means rising above thought, not falling back to a level below thought, the level of an animal or a plant. In the enlightened state, you still use your thinking mind when needed, but in a much more focused and effective way than before. You use it mostly for practical purposes, but you are free … Continue reading Mind and Beyond Mind 6/9 | The Relationship Between Inner Stillness and Creativity
"Mind, in the way I use the word, is not just thought. It includes your emotions as well as all unconscious mental-emotional reactive patterns. Emotions arise at the place where mind and body meet. It is the body's reaction to your mind - or you might say, a reflection of your mind in the body. … Continue reading Mind and Beyond Mind 5/9 | On Emotion
"Fear seems to have many causes …but ultimately all fear is the ego's fear of death, of annihilation. … In this mind-identified state, fear of death affects every aspect of your life. For example, even such a seemingly trivial and "normal" thing as the compulsive need to be right in an argument and make the … Continue reading Mind and Beyond Mind 4/9 | On Fear
"Thinking and consciousness are not synonymous. Thinking is only a small aspect of consciousness. Thought cannot exist without consciousness, but consciousness does not need thought." - Enlightenment: Rising Above Thought, Chapter 1. You Are Not Your Mind, THE POWER OF NOW (Eckhart Tolle, 1999), p19 In the previous article (Mind and Beyond Mind  … Continue reading Mind and Beyond Mind 3/9 | Mind-Identified Egoic State of Consciousness versus Pure Consciousness
"Do you truly know what is positive and what is negative? Do you have the total picture? There have been many people for whom limitation, failure, loss, illness, or pain in whatever form turned out to be their greatest teacher. It taught them to let go of false self-images and superficial ego-dictated goals and desires. … Continue reading Mind and Beyond Mind 2/9 | On Higher Perspective
"So when you listen to a thought, you are aware not only of the thought but also of yourself as the witness of the thought. A new dimension of consciousness has come in. As you listen to the thought, you feel a conscious presence - your deeper self - behind or underneath the thought, … Continue reading Mind and Beyond Mind 1/9 | A Brief Introduction of The Power of Now (Eckhart Tolle 1999): You Are Not Your Mind
"Radical open-mindedness is motivated by the genuine worry that you might not be seeing your choices optimally. It is the ability to effectively explore different points of view and different possibilities without letting your ego or your blind spots get in your way. It requires you to replace your attachment to always being right with … Continue reading Mind and Beyond Mind [Intro/9] | A Rare Book Review of Ray Dalio’s Principles Illuminated in the Spiritual Context (in Reference to The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle)
"While we talked about an organization's culture in the last section, its people are even more important because they can change the culture for better or for worse. A culture and its people are symbiotic - the culture attracts certain kinds of people and the people in turn either reinforce or evolve the culture based … Continue reading Mind Series 6/7 | Values, Abilities and Skills: What Comes First in Deciding the Right People for Your Firm? [A Management Case]
"In a study by the author with Dr. Alexander Graham Bell and Dr. Elmer R. Gates, it was concluded that every human brain is both a broadcasting and receiving station for the vibration of thought. Through the medium of the ether, in a fashion similar to that employed by the basic principle of radio … Continue reading Mind Series 2/7 | What Is the Quality of a Lucky Person?: Understanding Two Powerful Aspects of Thought
"When the English poet W. E. Henley wrote the prophetic lines, "I am the Master of my Fate, I am the Captain of my Soul," he should have informed us that the reason we are the Masters of our Fate, the Captains of our Souls, is because we have the power to control our thoughts. … Continue reading Mind Series 3/7 | I Am the Master of My Fate, the Captain of My Soul
"A scientist will tell you that energy is measured by speed and the size of the wave being created. The size of the wave is measured from low to high, and slow to fast. Anything else that we attribute to the conditions we see in our world is a judgment imposed upon those pulsating frequencies. … Continue reading Mind Series 1/7 | What’s Your Level of Energy? And of Your Thought?
"What you are, so is your world. Everything in the universe is resolved into your own inward experience. It matters little what is without, for it is all a reflection of your own state of consciousness. It matters everything what you are within, for everything without will be mirrored and colored accordingly." - The World … Continue reading Mind Series [Prologue/7] | Wealth, Health and Success: Working on Our Inner World Is the Starting Point