Nondualism Category

Welcome Home to the Oneness that is God

‘You will find within, what you seek without,’ I used to say to clients. I didn’t mention before, though, that what you find within is connected to Something without, and would be nothing without that Something, because it IS that. In other words, what we are, deep within ourselves beyond our thoughts and feelings, is […]

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Are Practices Necessary to Realise the Self? by David Ellzey

My Sedona Method teacher David Ellzey has written an article in the Undivided Journal in answer to the question: Are practices necessary to realise the Self? The Sedona Method is my favourite technique to help men and women with letting go of negative thoughts and feelings.

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My god with lower case g

I’ve been back in Australia for fourteen months. This time I feel no homesickness. I can easily deal with missing my dear relatives and friends in The Netherlands. But I remember how I felt two years ago. I was suffering the worst homesickness imaginable. What has changed?

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Alone Online – All One in Heart

Use the time it takes to read these words to remember silence. Look at all the white space around the letters you are reading. Remember all the empty space around the things surrounding you. Notice all the silence around the sounds you hear.

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Solving Discrepancy Work/Home by Releasing Judgement

New category: Confessions of a Coach. As non-judgemental as I can be towards my clients, as judgemental I can be towards my closest loved ones. I seem to have some releasing* to do!

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How To Be Happy Now by Happily Being in the Now

Lester Levenson (“The Sedona Method”) and Eckhart Tolle (“The Power of Now”) are examples of many old and new masters who promote the Now as the place where no problems exist. How is that? In the Now there is no yesterday and no tomorrow, there is no past and no future unless you fill it up […]

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Think negative thoughts :)

On Twitter we see many advisory tweets about Thinking Positive Thoughts. “Think positive thoughts”, it then says in various ways and sentences.

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