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Regina Chouza commented on Arthur Telling's blog post 'Taking Responsibility is Power to Change (Updated)'
"Thank you Kathy! =)"
May 24
Kathy Custren commented on Arthur Telling's blog post 'Taking Responsibility is Power to Change (Updated)'
"Hi, Arthur and Regina - leaving word for you both that this is being forwarded on to the publishers for use in a future edition. Thanks very much for making the changes ~ Blessings! "
May 11
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Regina Chouza commented on Arthur Telling's blog post 'Taking Responsibility is Power to Change (Updated)'
"Thank you! I'll have a look =)"
May 3
Arthur Telling commented on Arthur Telling's blog post 'Taking Responsibility is Power to Change (Updated)'
"Regina, Updated per your request.  See if this works for you and please let me know if any other change is needed."
May 1
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May 1
Regina Chouza commented on Arthur Telling's blog post 'Taking Responsibility is Power to Change'
"Hi Arthur, Thanks for submitting this article - I actually have two comments so I deleted my previous response (if you didn't see it, no worries!) ... 1) Please trim down your Bio to 60 words so that it fits our guidelines. 2) As a rule, we…"
May 1
Kathy Custren commented on Arthur Telling's blog post 'Nonviolence and Justifiable Use of Force'
"Hi, Arthur - thanks for your interesting look into this subject. The article is being forwarded to the publishers for use in a future edition. ~Blessings! "
Mar 6
Arthur Telling commented on Arthur Telling's blog post 'Meditation Methods: Three Ways to Still the Mind'
"yes, thanks"
Feb 25
Kathy Custren commented on Arthur Telling's blog post 'Meditation Methods: Three Ways to Still the Mind'
"Confirming that this is the updated version of the article previously submitted on 2/5; which is being forwarded to the publishers for use, with our thanks ~ Blessings! "
Feb 25
Kathy Custren commented on Arthur Telling's blog post 'Meditation Methods: Three Ways to Still the Mind'
"Thank you very much, Arthur - I will move it along to the publishers, with our thanks ~ Blessings! "
Feb 24
Arthur Telling commented on Arthur Telling's blog post 'Meditation Methods: Three Ways to Still the Mind'
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Feb 22
Kathy Custren commented on Arthur Telling's blog post 'Meditation Methods: Three Ways to Still the Mind'
"Hi, Arthur - in addition, kindly provide a brief abstract/description of 60-100 words. We are asking this of all submissions/selections as of this week. Happy Valentine's Day ~ Blessings! "
Feb 14
Lisa Shaw commented on Arthur Telling's blog post 'Meditation Methods: Three Ways to Still the Mind'
"Thank you for this article.  I would like to forward it to the publishers but it needs a couple of revisions.  Where you use first person, can you p lease convert to third or second person plural? The magazine policy is to avoid the use of…"
Feb 13
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Meditation Methods: Three Ways to Still the Mind

Sitting meditation is the most widely practiced Buddhist method for clearing the mind and attaining enlightenment. The student sits in a lotus-like position or on a chair, hands palms up or clasped together for encouraging the flow and retention of energy in the body. The practitioner focuses on following his breathing. As thoughts arise, he allows them to pass without attaching to them, continuing his focus on breathing in and out. It is a beginner’s way of practice, and is commonly taught in…See More
Feb 5

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Arthur Telling has written numerous stories and articles on religion, philosophy, and metaphysics. His article, “A Different Jesus Message” was published in the November 2011 online edition of AMORC Rosicrucian Digest. Telling is the author of “Johann’s Awakening“ a seagull’s path to enlightenment (a parody of Jonathon Livingston Seagull), and three novels including “Kaitlin’s Message” exploring the authenticity of the Crucifixion and the secret sayings of the Gospel of Thomas. His website is: www.arthurtelling.com
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Taking Responsibility is Power to Change (Updated)

Posted on May 1, 2017 at 10:13pm 4 Comments

We Create Our Present Experience

The outer world materializes from within us. At break of day, before we rise from bed, we mentally consider the things we will be doing for the day, and sometimes ahead, to the next week or year, or even our lifetime. We consciously guide and steer our ideas.

Unknowing or knowingly, we connect with others, in this mental environment, planning our destinies within the framework of possibilities and limitations of a group mind. If the group…

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Taking Responsibility is Power to Change

Posted on April 30, 2017 at 11:58pm 1 Comment

We Create Our Present Experience



The outer world materializes from within us. At break of day, before we rise from bed, we  mentally consider the things we will be doing for the day, and sometimes ahead, to the next week or year, or even our lifetime. We consciously guide and steer our ideas.  



Unknowing or knowingly, we connect with others, in this mental environment, planning our  destinies within the framework of possibilities and limitations of a group mind. If the…

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Nonviolence and Justifiable Use of Force

Posted on February 22, 2017 at 12:00am 1 Comment

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A heated exchange between a Western Theravada Buddhist nun and lay devotees returning from violence in Myanmar touches on the difficult issue of nonviolence and justifiable self-defense. It addresses the Jesus message to love your neighbor and to turn the other cheek, and the seeming more realistic Catholic doctrine of justifiable force in a “Just War”. Nonviolence has been used in the civil rights movement by Martin Luther King in America and by Mahatma Gandhi in India’s…

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Meditation Methods: Three Ways to Still the Mind

Posted on February 21, 2017 at 10:33pm 2 Comments

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In Buddhism, meditation can be practiced sitting on the cushion or chair and in any other daily activity throughout the day. When sitting, the breathing method is commonly used by beginners and for calming the mind before continuing with more advanced methods. Two advanced Mahayana Buddhist methods are the “hua tou” (word head), the student continually repeating a critical question to eventually skillfully penetrate to the state of mind before the formation of words and…

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