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November 2021

Dearest eNews readers,

Words. The power of words never ceases to amaze me, how words can have such an influence on our lives. At the time when I used to teach courses, it always surprised me how whenever I gave "homework" people would actually do it. They would then come back with enthusiastic tales of eye-opening experiences, like the time when their homework had been to "be loving" and how they had suddenly received such very different reactions from family members or colleagues after simply having paid attention to being consciously loving. Or after the homework "don't react but act", when people told about how they were now better able to stand up for themselves or how they had learned to just listen more instead of immediately reacting and the big difference this sometimes made.

In our newsletter we also try to always choose words that may effect the lives of you, our readers, so that you could experience more freedom in yourself, more trust, more peace and more inner strength.

If you too would like to try doing the homework on how ‘not to react’ and discover the effects of it in your own life, then read on to this month’s full moon text. It’s an excerpt from the very first chapter of the first book by Master Morya. “A deeper sense of life” is such an essential book, so fundamental and at the same time so relevant to today’s times, that no spiritual book collection should be without it. With eRegards from Marie

Meditation for the full moon of 19th November 2021

Master Morya,

"You may be incessantly busy with your life and yet find that it has slipped through your fingers. This means that you need to delve more deeply into life itself, to give your life meaning and live it more truly and profoundly. (…)

Actions are born out of a state of balance. When you are out of balance there can be no action. Then there is only a certain reaction but that is not a real action. An action can only take place when you are well balanced, when you are quiet, when you are reflecting on things, when you are in harmony with yourself. Then you are truly acting; you are carrying out a conscious deed.

Many people may well be living and yet they never really act. They are not really giving their attention to what they are doing. They live automatically and they react to things, but this is not real action. So you can see that there are various elements in you that clash with each other and so create chaos. The result is that you react to this and that but you never take a real action.

You should come to the point of being able to really act and also you should be able to overview the whole of your actions. Unless you become conscious of your life, whatever you do is of no importance. The action is primordial. It is what you do in your life that makes your life – not what you think.

You might well object and say that what one thinks is important and I won’t deny it, yet it remains a fact that what you do is much more important than your thoughts. Every action, every power in you – for this is what an action is based upon – has to take its environment into consideration. An action is good when it is adapted to its environment. A certain action may be correct and beneficial in one situation but that does not mean that it will necessarily be good in another situation. So you have to acquaint yourself with your environment and get to know what you can and cannot do. This is why it is so important for you to explore your environment, so that you know, ‘yes, here, in this situation I can do this and somewhere else at another time I can do something else.’ It is in this way that you must try to become conscious. (…)

An action should achieve something. By trying to act consciously you will come to understand that by your actions you accomplish something. Therefore, it is important for you to have a goal, to know where you want to go, to know what you want to achieve in your life and it is important that you adapt your actions accordingly.

If you are someone without a goal, then your actions are of little importance, they are futile. If you have a goal in life, a very worthwhile goal, then every action, even the smallest, is saturated with this energy."

Master Morya

Geert Crevits; excerpts from the first chapter of "Morya Wisdom 1: A deeper sense of life" ©

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