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Repetition in Personal and World History


Paying attention and learning minimizes the need for repetition.

We repeat, repeatedly, till we consistently remember that which we need for our knowledge and growth; our personal history becoming part of world history.

To learn more about humanity's process, (which begins within and manifests in action), we can study and analyze the events down through the ages. What we personally do not learn through this process, we repeat, till we grow beyond that which mankind as a whole has experienced.

On this planet civilizations have risen and fallen repeatedly; repetitiously.

In our personal life, we rise by applying energy in a positive way to our interests, and we fall if our actions are not in harmony within the natural universal orderliness and guidelines of sharing, caring, surrendering to the highest good in all circumstances.

History repeats repetitiously until actions are instilled with natural orderliness, infused with lovingness.

Substituting Action for Neediness

We feel the need for completeness when we are out of balance within our mental/emotional/physical self.

We can institute self-motivated positive activity when we feel we need something or someone to make us feel happy.

Positive action taps into our natural source of energy, aligning our mind with our underlying harmony our state untouched by neediness.

Physical, emotional, mental, conditions three, balanced productively, happily
through positive acts brought into harmony.

Get Up and Out When Down

Getting up and out when feeling down, or lying down, draws fresh energy into our body, lifting our spirit.

Freshly energized, our attitudes and perceptions clarify, sharpen. The grit of indecision and staleness falls away, just as a whirling strainer throws off chaff, preserving the nutritious kernel.

It takes initiative to get going. When feeling low, if we will take a moment to think back about how good we have felt during and after exercising, we will have the incentive to et ourselves out and energized, relieving our down attitude and mood.

When lying low
Sit up
Get up and move.


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Article by Susan Helene Kramer

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