Seeking Good Vibrations Podcast #7, Similarities of A Course in Miracles & Ho Oponopono

Seeking Good Vibrations Podcast #7

Bill Hartford and I discuss the similarities of A Course in Miracles and Ho Oponopono


Seeking Good Vibrations Podcast #7 Similarities of ACIM & Ho'Oponopono

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The Game

by Frank Dobner
I recently saw again a movie called “
The Game.” It is about a guy named Nicholas Van Orton (played by Michael Douglas) that is living the extravagantly wealthy life of an investment banker in San Francisco. Although there is nothing more this guy could ever possible want than he already has, he is the height  of  an emotionally remote and disconnected individual.  Immediately at this point, you’re probably thinking….yeah poor bastard. The thing is, when I watched this movie this time, I tool a little deeper look, and I could see myself in him.
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The 30 Day LOA Workbook (Free Download) - A New Beginning

by Colin Gonsalves

A few months ago, I started keeping a book of Positive Aspects for 30 days as described by Esther-Hicks. After 30 days of doing that, I noticed some major shifts happening in my life. E.g. My wife found a better paying, less stressful job much closer to home, and I found myself working on a project that I had envisioned. i.e. in the healthcare field, working with colleagues interested in customer satisfaction, no politics, working from home and being paid well and I also got the opportunity to travel to Egypt!
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Profit v. Usefulness

by Frank Dobner

Growing up in western society, nearly most of our “education” and upbringing is about teaching us how to be of value to society. We learn to read, write and do math so that we can get a job. We get a job so that we can gain some type of salary or pay. Accordingly we spend many years of our lives in formal education, self-improvement, working, and many more years talking about these things long after we’ve finished doing them.Very little of this education is dedicated to bringing a real peace of mind to our experience. Most of the work, school, and training is about how to get more and more money. The money or job or whatever does not really make you feel very peaceful…at least not for very long. Once you get one thing, you quickly get dissatisfied and want another thing. Sometimes, it actually gets painful to get something new because the satisfaction dies so quickly after the peak of anticipation in obtaining it. None of this stuff is really very “useful.”

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