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Meditation - Attracting Bliss
Meditating regularly allows an ever wider channel of bliss to flow through our lives. It is not limited to the time spent in sitting but rather, extends outward to encompass more and more aspects of living.

Meditation - Being Substance-Free
Lesson 33. A big benefit of being substance-free is that our new positive attitude replaces negative thoughts and actions.

Meditation - Care-Taking
Lesson 34. In life, our parents are with us awhile, our children are with us awhile, and all the while we're with ourselves.

Meditation - Exploration
Meditation taps into unlimited joy, opens our hearts to caring love, and revitalizes our outlook on life.

Meditation - How Giving Is Receiving
Lesson 35. As we give with care we receive a sense of satisfaction.

Meditation - Implementing Change
Lesson 32. The better we understand ourselves and follow our conscience, the more conscious control we have in our lives.

Meditation - Interdependent World
Lesson 36. Life experiences show us that we are interdependent - not totally independent. All our comings and goings, and interactions with one another and the world make up the flow of events in our lives.

Meditation - Let Your Light Shine
Lesson 37. We radiate at various strengths, depending on how well we are acting on the guidance of our conscience.

Meditation - Problems Have Solutions
Lesson 28. Problems seem to be part of living, but they have solutions that can come to mind from clear and balanced thinking.

Meditation - Selfish or Self-Giving?
Lesson 25. What is viewed by an onlooker as selfishness may be legitimate self-giving, particularly if the action is in response to a real need. Lesson 25 in the series.

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