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Sickness is Defense Against the Truth

One of the morning meditations from A Course in Miracles states “Sickness is a defense against the truth.” The meditation goes on to say “…I have forgotten what I really am, for I mistook my […]

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Do you want to be Right or be Happy?

Do you want to be right or be happy? Will your last breaths in this earthly plane be filled with regret that you weren’t joyous more often; and, how do you get there? These are […]

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The Duomo of Milan

                  A few weeks ago I had the prosperous fortune to be able to work at both the Transformational Gate and the Ultimatum programs in Italy. These […]

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How To Know If You Are A Zombie

Each time, for the past few weeks, as I look out of the window in the office I am confronted by an enormous billboard promoting a television program. This billboard, which happens to be four […]

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What does Somato Respiratory Integration have to do with Buddhism?

“God’s delay is not God’s denial.” I have heard those words over and over, more frequently, in the past several years.  It seems as if no matter how hard I try, if I do start […]

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The Season of Transform

In the last article we talked about the overall concept of The Four Sacred Seasons of Wellbeing. Each of us moves through these seasons at given points in our life and each season has it’s […]

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Hurricane Sandy–An Opportunity to Reorganize

In the wake of the monster Hurricane, Sandy, the Americas have been paralyzed all along the eastern seaboard, as far west as Chicago and north into Canada.People are stranded without electricity, water, gasoline. To make […]

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The Perfect Heart

A young man was standing in the middle of the town proclaiming that he had the most beautiful heart in the whole valley. A large crowd gathered and they all admired his heart for it […]

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Scared, Scarred, or Sacred

Copyright Louis Abate 2012, All Rights Reserved It was an unusually warm day in early May; the kind of day where you could feel Summer pressing in; where your thoughts turn toward the beach, amusement […]

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Why is the treatment called an Entrainment?

In the seventeenth century, a European inventor by the name of Christiaan Huygens took great pride in his invention of the pendulum clock. He maintained a fine collection of such clocks in his studio. One […]

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