One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.
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Have you ever had to make a decision between two things, maybe something as simple as the red dress or the blue dress? You can’t decide and so ask a friend to choose. When they answer, ‘the blue one’, you realize you wanted to wear the blue one all along. You simply needed to get out of your heard for a moment, stop the analytical thinking (“the red one fits me better, but the blue one matches my eyes”) so that you could listen to your gut.
Our digestive tracts contain an extensive neural network of 100 million neurons. This offers us access to loads of information…if we know how to listen.
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