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The Power to Co-operate by Jill Sawers

“Independence? That's middle class blasphemy. We are all dependent on one another, every soul of us on earth.” - George Bernard Shaw A perfect partnership is said to be not two people gazing into each other’s eyes, but rather standing side by side looking in the same direction.  ...  Read more.

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The Power of Good Judgment - By Kiran Coyote

The sixth in the series “The Eight Spiritual Powers” from the Brahma Kumaris The Power to Judge allows us to make quick, clear, accurate and unbiased decisions. Accurate judgment comes after evaluation and is not influenced by the situation, emotions or the opinions of others. Real, ...  Read more.

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The Power of Discernment By Kiran Coyote

* Every day we face a multitude of choices: * Should you trust what your friend is saying or not? * Should you keep going in the same direction or change course? * Should you express your concerns or keep quiet? Sometimes our choices are instinctive, like when an infant chooses his mother’s arms ...  Read more.

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The Power to Accomodate and Adjust by Alka Patel

The 4th Universal Power THE POWER TO ACCOMMODATE and ADJUST Release the idea of what should be happening, deal with ‘what is’ …. In this series of the Eight Universal Powers from the Brahma Kumaris, the fourth is the Power to Accommodate and to Adjust. The first, the Power to Withdraw, provides an ...  Read more.

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The Power to Tolerate by Alka Patel

“Toleration is the greatest gift of the mind; it requires the same effort of the brain that it takes to balance oneself on a bicycle.” Helen Keller Tolerance is a power that works deeply underground. It is one of the greatest tools in our daily life; a tool for life itself. Each of us has a ...  Read more.

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Pack Up and Let Go...The power to pack-up…

In a second you pack up all wasteful thinking about the past, present and future and remain positive, lighthearted and free of burdens and worries. This article by Helen Northey is the second in a series of articles on the Eight Powers of the Soul. So what is in your suitcase? Remember to travel ...  Read more.

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Exercise Your Power to Withdraw with Natalie and the Tortoise

Wives and husbands, children and parents, partners, friends, mates…so many relationships colour, if not dominate, our lives and may demand our ‘best’ at every breath. This article by Helen Northey is the first in a series of articles on the Eight Powers of the Soul. “Perhaps this situation has ...  Read more.

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Anger Management

One of the unhealthiest emotions is our old friend anger. It has been connected with cancer and it destroys our ability to think clearly. Yogesh Sharda explains how we can manage it better. What is anger, can it be overcome, and indeed should we even try? If one were to ask a selection of people ...  Read more.

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The Face of Honesty

Sister Mohini holds up a mirror which can provide us all with useful reflectionSometimes ambition without aim, purpose or clarity can be dangerous. Ambition is fine as long as there is discrimination as to how a desire will affect others. This is real honesty. Honesty is something that ...  Read more.

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Don’t Take Sorrow!

Sr. Kiran explains the difference between pain and sorrow, why another’s sorrow is not meant for personal consumption and how to avoid making a meal of it! “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” “Judge not, lest ye be judged.” Having been raised a Christian, the wisdom of the Golden ...  Read more.

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