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List of suggested readings about the 3 Principles

Spinoza on Divine Mind, Divine Thought

Our Inadequate Knowledge In both the Tuesday and Thursday night discussion groups the topic of Spinoza‘s theory of inadequate knowledge (falsity of thought) seemed to be of great interest to everyone. So I’ve decided to create post a PDF version … Continue reading

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How Do I Pray?

When I find I cannot make the world the way I think it should be, then I might, if the need seems sufficiently important, beseech some higher power to intervene and change things for me. I am, in effect, asking it to do the bidding of my ego. Yet as most of us have discovered, the ego seldom knows what is truly best for us. Continue reading

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Who’s Talking in Your Head?

That inner voice calls the shots.
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Awareness and Experience – Isaac Shapiro

Let us consider what we all call experience The entire universe, life, time, space, our family, everyone we know, is in this moment simply experience to us. We experience all the above through five senses, so I am calling all … Continue reading

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Keith Blevens Handouts

The Keith Blevens Handout At The Thursday, May 19th Three Principles Meetup group Joe Bailey had an excellent article by Keith Blevens “How our Thinking Works”. For those that missed the handout here it is: Blevens-Handout

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Its all about the stories

Good Stories and Bad Stories Written by Gina Lake The egoic mind is obsessed with its story about how life is going for me. Have you noticed? It’s always checking to see how things are going for me and adjusting … Continue reading

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Suggested Readings

Not to be Missed Readings Most of the suggested readings are available at your neighborhood library by way of the wonderful Minnesota cooperative library system called MNLink. With a library card from any Minnesota library you can order books that … Continue reading

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