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Monday, October 15, 2007

Disconnecting From the Stream

Togo (Togolese Republic in West Africa)
A wonderful quote from Abraham came across my path today (understand stream as that which impels you forward on an energetic level, i.e. when you are feeling low or depressed, you would be going against the stream, or you would be disconnected from the stream):

If you decide to make someone the enemy and you're pushing very hard against them, you don't affect them at all, but you disconnect yourself from the Stream. If someone cheats you, they cannot diminish your experience. They only diminish their experience. You cannot be diminished by someone cheating you unless you get all upset about being cheated and push against them and use that as your excuse to disconnect from the Stream.

See a previous post about Abraham (video clip) here.

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