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|To reflect is to disturb one's thoughts. - Rostand, Jean Truth is always served by |
great minds, even if they fight it. - Rostand, Jean I still understand a few words in
life, but I no longer think they make a sentence. - Rostand, Jean The only things ...
|First, enter the “Ding,” a composed state-of-mind, by concentrating and adjusting |
one's mental activity so as to enter a quiet, meditative state where all ups and
downs, worries, and problems are settled, and the mind is neither disturbed nor
distracted by extraneous thoughts. ... Guan means closing the eyes to reflect
inwardly, namely reflecting the internal sights as well as the mind that reflects
|N'. of a bird Mr. 175, one MS. ^fJotfoO). ... a^JiD cintisu. To think about, to direct |
the thoughts towards, to reflect upon (My.) ... 2, to be anxious, sorrowful, or
disturbed in thought (C.). narratf *^?o* SoOoAj ^s.a sTBSrsS (Smd. 229). See Cpr
. 5, 35; ...
|“Strive to preserve your heart in peace; let no event of this world disturb it; reflect |
that all must come to an end. ... If we see that we are helpless to control our
thoughts, we should immediately turn to God for help and ask Him to remove
|It is also said that when one reflects on the virtues of the Buddha, no thoughts of |
greed, hatred, or delusion will come to mind. One will be free ... One was initially
distracted and disturbed; now one has brought back the composure of the mind.
|For me, as I read them now, they call to mind my own fragile, often poorly |
expressed, feelings of vocation. ... this process often has several component
parts: leaving a place that is safe and familiar for the unknown; pausing to take
stock and reflect before moving forward; and struggling to ... For me, this tentative
overlap between a perspective of faith and a psychological one is something of a
|But at the end of this time some overly intense event disturbed this double life, the |
two aspects of which were scarcely in contact with each other. It was as ... that
stillness where, hopefully, one's thoughts are no longer disturbed.'' ''How did she
|... keen on this idea, and Michael suspected that they thought the time should be |
devoted to getting on with one's hobbies. ... It was also that this leisure period
was too full, sometimes, of disturbing thoughts. ... Michael, when he had leisure to
reflect, was disturbed too by the thought, which was both distressing and
|Given the luxury of a few more hours, after the period of individual reflection and |
the group mind-mapping exercise, ... the readings and commentaries, and ask
each team to present their exegesis and interpretations of one of the readings.
|Christ Consciousness thoughts are reflected in joyful, excitable, deeply loving |
energies and experiences. Negative Ego thoughts are ... No one can think our
thoughts for us, not even Angels and Ascended Masters. We are solely
responsible ... However this is easier when we are alone and not disturbed.
Unless you wish to ...