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Dr. David R. Hawkins on Guilt.

"You did the best you could. If you could have done better you would have. Guilt is a trick of the ego. It says, woe is me."  - Dr. David R. Hawkins, M.D., PhD

Guilt is a cognitive or an emotional experience that occurs when a person realizes or believes—accurately or not—that he or she has compromised his or her own standards of conduct or has violated amoral standard, and bears significant responsibility for that violation. It is closely related to the concept of remorse.

The world has no victims. All the occurrences are happening through "free will." Your vibrations of fear or love are creating the manifestations of this world.

One of the keys to a happy life— is letting go of "any mistakes" you have made in life.

"Choose love and peace above all other options. Commit to the goal of unconditional love and compassion for all life in all its expression and surrender all judgment to God." - David R. Hawkins

Dr. David Hawkins, MD, PhD encompasses …

What is the Goal of Meditation? Best Answer

What is the goal of Meditation by Sir Ramana Maharshi Edited by Kelly Granite Enck

Although Sri Ramana was happy to give his verbal teachings to anyone who asked for them, he frequently pointed out that his ‘silent teachings’ were more direct and more powerful. These ‘silent teachings’ consisted of a spiritual force, which seemed to emanate from his form, a force so powerful that he considered it to be the most direct and important aspect of his teachings. Instead of giving out verbal instructions on how to control the mind, he effortlessly emitted a silent power, which automatically quietened the minds of everyone in his vicinity. The people who were attuned to this force report that they experienced it as a state of inner peace and well being; in some advanced devotees it even precipitated a direct experience of the Self.

Question: Why does not Bhagavan go about and preach the truth to the people at large?
Sri Ramana Maharshi: How do you know I am not doing it? Does preaching consi…

My Private Moment with David Carradine

By Kelly Granite Enck

As Dr. Seuss would say, “Just tell yourself, Duckie, you're really quite lucky! ...

My friend was making a documentary on the Universal Energy Force that is all around us
that we can call on at anytime for assistance. He lined up an interview with David Carradine
and Grand Master Kam Yuen and invited me to the private rooftop question and answer
session with these two masters of "Kung Fu."

The interesting part about this interview was that I knew nothing about "Kung Fu".  The situation reminded me of another moment of great luck that every guy would die for. I was working for Industrial Light and Magic and for my first project was assigned to the re-working the original Star Wars shots for the new DVD box set.  My first task was to composite a new cleaned up tunnel behind, what I called, "The Hairy Monster".  During the screening of my new effect shots, my reference to "The Big Hairy Monster" brought a roar of laughter…