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I realize that the whole universe is at my fingertips as is my willingness to manifest what is needed in my reality Every experience of life is God teaching me As I look in this pure state of awareness I feel this pure energy within my whole body From the rhythm of my breathing I feel a quiet state of attunement one with God My soul incarnated into a specific form on earth for a unique purpose My journey is now and exists at this moment whether I want to realize it or not Knowing my lifes purpose and acting on it will give me direction and is a necessary step in achieving true happiness To have this deeper experience requires the ability to have conscious awareness of Soul or Higher Self I find my life runs much more smoothly when I let the Universe run itself without any interference from me As a matter of fact the less my brain does its stuff the more fulfilling my life becomeshence more enriched This above all to thine own self be true and it must follow the night and day Thou canst not then be false to any man But I tell you to love your enemies and pray for anyone who mistreats youMatthew 544 Humans are not all alike one will hate you and the other will love you The difference in moods is the reason why humans are who they are The knowledge that everyone is different in some way will lead to one giant leap on my journey Loving thy neighbor no matter what as stated in the Ten Commandments will enrich my spiritual progression Not being familiar with my actual role in this Universe at this stage of my existence is at times very frustrating and often very far-fetched Nothing happens by chance We are a part of a universe that is forever giving us definite messages and signals often in
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