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  • Posted on: 15th May 2015 / in: GuruSingh

    Press Back

    If the present moment isn’t occupied the past and the future cave in on it, because the universe doesn’t allow for any vacuum. When the past and future cave in on the present moment it’s called depression. There is a Yogi Bhajan saying, when you feel depressed — press back. The art of pressing back

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  • Posted on: 14th May 2015 / in: GuruSingh

    Measure Up

    A ruler wasn’t someone who set the rule and ordered you to follow them. That’s what is known as an enforcer. A ruler was the one within a community that was the most attuned to their plan in a state of grace. They were the most synchronized within time and space and so they set

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  • Posted on: 13th May 2015 / in: GuruSingh

    Grace Of The Lotus

    Remember resistance is there for a good reason. Resistance is your blessing. What do we do to get stronger? Resistance training. When we reach our excellence we will run into our own resistance because our excellence will have no value without resistance to give it strength. We will feel empty and fraudulent. So the closer

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  • Posted on: 12th May 2015 / in: GuruSingh

    Win-Win Consciousness

    At a consciousness level of human existence, life is about compassion, not competition. We’re the ones who are here to create and curate this consciousness. We’re the ones who are here to gift humanity what it might otherwise squander. We are not here to do a remodel of the old system. This is NOT a

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  • Posted on: 11th May 2015 / in: GuruSingh

    The Pine Tree

    We are all approaching mastery because of who we are, who we have been and who we are to be. But there is a lot of resistance to our mastery…and that’s a good thing. The resistance causes us to strengthen our resolve, so that we don’t collapse once the pressures of time and space comes

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  • Posted on: 6th May 2015 / in: GuruSingh

    Flex Your Intuition

    The ultradian rest response is an event that takes place about every ninety minutes for a period of three to seven minutes (sometimes a little longer). During this time, you brain actually slows down to allow the positive/negative mind to literally collapse and your neutral mind engages. You can see this most clearly in young

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  • Posted on: 5th May 2015 / in: GuruSingh

    Ability To Respond

    What is the number one thing we must do when we find ourselves in a painful pinch? Take responsibility to claim our ability to respond. Next, have an attitude of gratitude. This means that our response through time and space is going to be gentle. Our response might be firm, forceful, aggressive, or silent, but

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  • Posted on: 4th May 2015 / in: GuruSingh

    Center Point

    It can be a challenge to harness our emotions, but once we do life flows with sweetness. If your feelings are hurt or you feel disappointed — take a deep breath. Reacting is a trap, don’t get caught. Because if you can be disappointed, you will be and if you can have your feelings hurt,

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  • Posted on: 1st May 2015 / in: Commitment, GuruSingh, Language, Story

    “Yes, and…”

    Last week I took my first improvisation class. In one exercise, a person started a sentence and each subsequent part of the dialogue had to be prefaced with: “yes, and”. No “but” and no questions. What if we lived life with more “yes, and” and less negation; building upon and strengthening what already is. When

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  • Posted on: 30th April 2015 / in: GuruSingh

    Bless Yourself. Repeat Daily.

    You can recreate your mental capacity, but the only way to do it — is on a daily basis. That means you have to pick yourself up and every single day, grab hold of that monkey mind and the body you are occupying and toss it in a cold shower. You want to flush your

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