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This Transition – Is It a Revolution?

eBook 'The REAL Facts of Life'Have you ever been feeling out of place occasionally? Sure you have, me too – I had a pretty good idea why, but now I can put a finger on it.

Let me point the way to two very powerful contributions from Steve and Erin Pavlina again today which will help you clarify some mysterious sentiments you may have had about what’s happening in your life. Then I’ll close with a bit of humour.

Steve writes about “The Consciousness Revolution” and feels that something is happening to a lot of people behind the scenes.

“One day you’re tooling along, working your normal job, living your normal life, and everything seems OK. But something happens that triggers a sudden expansion of your awareness, and for that brief moment of perfect clarity, you know what it’s like to be fully awake. You’re struck by the terrifying realization that your life has gotten way off course, and that you’re really meant to be doing something entirely different.”

This is what happened to me some time ago and from the comments to Steve’s blog post I can tell that it is far more common than I thought. I urge you to read the whole article – you won’t regret it, a real mind-opener.

Just a few days earlier, Steve published his podcast #17 “Placing Your Order With the Universe” in which his wife Erin offers a parable that helped her understand the Law of Attraction and the intention-manifestation model of reality. It’s very well done, listen in!

At just over nine minutes, it’s short and you’ll enjoy it if you’ve been looking for a simpler way to understand the Law of Attraction. Erin compares getting what you want from life with ordering a meal at a fast-food outlet, and what happens when you do it the wrong way.

Finally, before we get too serious here, I picked up some quotes looking at the lighter side of life from John and Patrice Robson’s eNewsletter ‘The Inner Journey’ – you can subscribe directly at Higher Awareness :

  • “Inside every older person is a younger person, wondering what the hell happened.”
    (Cora Harvey Armstrong)
  • “The hardest years in life are those between 10 and 70.”
    (Helen Hayes at 73)
  • “Old age ain’t no place for sissies.”
    (Bette Davis)
  • “Thirty-five is when you finally get your head together and your body starts falling apart.”
    (Caryn Leschen)
  • “If you can find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn’t lead anywhere.”
    (Frank A. Clark)
  • “I’m looking forward to looking back on all this.”
    (Sandra Knell)

Until next time, all the best from : Berend

Thursday, 2 November 2006 - Posted by | 1. COMPASS eNewsletter

1 Comment »

  1. Thanks for sharing, Berend. Steve has always been my inspiration. His lastes podcast 17 is so easy to understand. I really like it. I have posted the “Secret” video (from one of our readers) on my blog, and this movie is so amazing. I hope Steve and his wife will continue to provide us with the best service available.

    Comment by Simon | Monday, 6 November 2006 | Reply


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