Monthly Archives: June 2014

An exercise in judging values

Following is an example of an exercise which I designed when introducing prisoners to how our values are subject to our judgement. Of course, learning to weigh and compare the value/importance of things is useful to anyone, not only prisoners, so I have included the exercise here: An exercise in judging … Continue reading

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Working upon our respective bodies

We work upon our physical body by governing our behaviour, including our speech. We work upon our emotional body by controlling our emotions, through understanding them and regulating them, remembering that emotion follows thought, so emotion is not controlled by exerting the will directly upon emotion, … Continue reading

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Convictions and Values

The term “values” often gets popularly used to refer only to our highest values; the things we hold as being most important to our self. But that is an incomplete definition. For we place a value on everything we can conceive of, … Continue reading

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The foundation layer, recapped.

The foundation layer or body is essentially these three things: 1. The individual’s order of values/importances/priorities from highest to lowest. 2. Is carried through successive lives. 3. Is the foundation of the personality and is the layer that serves as a … Continue reading

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The Foundation Body

Between consciousness and the mental body exists the foundation body. The foundation body is the base upon which the mental, emotional and physical bodies are built and patterned, with each body comprised of its respective matter, that is either physical, emotional or mental matter. … Continue reading

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