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All Black is a Compound Modifier and so are You

Being that I am a 5th generation New Zealander, a descendant of NZ’s earliest European settlers the Kealls, Parkers, Burlings, Knapps, and Wiltons I hope you can forgive me for using a Rugby analogy to reinforce the “I am that, I am”, after all, rugby has been at the centre of some of NZ’s greatest sporting […]

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A Few Examples to Help Explain I Am Semantics

Let’s look at the definition of Love given by Wikipedia: “Ancient Greek philosophers identified four forms of love: essentially, familial love (in Greek, storge), friendly love (philia), romantic love (eros), and divine love (agape). Modern authors have distinguished further varieties of love: infatuated love, self-love, and courtly love. Non-Western traditions have also distinguished variants or […]

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Semantics Can Reveal the Real You

Throughout this book, I have attempted to set out an understanding of how you can end the suffering that has dogged your life up to this point. The answer and practical application of this understanding lie entirely in the use of words and their meaning or semantics. Here is a definition of Semantics given by […]

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The Oak Tree is in the Acorn

Do you want proof of God and that you are a reflection of God? Maybe it would be easier right now to counter your fear of being negatively judged by the faceless “they” if you changed the word God to Love or Source or Singularity. This may assist in disrupting the Ego’s past God associations […]

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Reinventing Yourself

Picture the alternative I have described above and suddenly you are released from being the victim of circumstance because you finally realise that you are the creator of that circumstance through your love of particular thoughts of your choosing. All be it subconsciously via inaccurate self-suggestion or suggestion of society (thought memes). We are all […]

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The Key to Your Happiness

So we are conceived through our creators thought by love and it follows that we are the power and the glory in the creator’s image, being that we are also innate creators as determined by the singular source of our seed. Therefore from this, we can conclude those emotions that diminish the infinite creative power […]

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The Ego Illusion

When I discovered the Ego illusion I realised that self-improvement programmes without a knowledge of Ego formation were an oxymoron as the “Acorn is in the Oak Tree”. This just means that no matter how much or how little effort you put into yourself over your lifetime you will not glorify the intended outcome one […]

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