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I am the Lord, and there is none else. I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the Lord do all these things. Many of the people I know claim it is not possible to accidentally much less on purpose! Yet the Bible does not say this. Consider the rather obvious fact that in order to pray for a person to heal, the disease itself must be cursed.
Many people accidentally CURSE others with their prayers by reinforcing the unwanted condition — with mental pictures and with feelings of doubt, fear, and dread.
Or rather they pollute their prayers with the certainty that it will NOT happen. Many people who are praying for a spouse or loved one pollute their prayers with fears and mental images of the person leaving them. Many well-meaning people accidentally pray for their loved ones to get sicker and sicker instead of better and better. Sorry, but the research on prayer suggests otherwise.
Those same people are completely unaware as to what they themselves actually mean with their thoughts — they do not understand that their doubts and fears are powerful thoughts.
The research on prayer suggests that these negative prayers DO have a negative effect on those we are close to. One of my friends on Facebook shared an article she found. There is a very important implication to this. This is an interesting article. I do not know if inanimate objects have a consciousness to them or not.
And instead of communicating with them, you go and stew about it. You need to drop her like a hot potato! There is also a positive side to this — talking about what you like and appreciate and respect about the other person. People have these things build up over time, and it infects their minds, their energies, and what they are able to perceive and experience. I remember a funny example of this from years ago. He should like this. I got a funny look on my face, and he instantly knew what I was thinking.
I sort by something else. That was one of my first lessons where I started to understand the importance of HOW you think and feel when you do something for someone you care about. Enjoy the article a friend shared shared with me. Some are stuck at home away from people they value, and it can be easy to get irritated. Perhaps it might also give you ideas on how you can solve conflicts with those you care about. This is just a tiny bit on what you can choose to do to help yourself and those you love.
From June 27, I was in Taco Bell, and a family came in to eat. The dad and the daughter sat at the table and talked while mom and the boy went up to the counter to wait for the food. When the food was ready, the boy picked up the tray with his Mexican Pizza on it. The tray tipped, and the Mexican Pizza executed a perfect somersault dive face down on to the floor.
It was an accident! Just then, I was getting up to get a refill on my iced tea. I looked at the mess on the floor, I looked at the kid, I looked at the mom scolding him. And I looked at the dad shaking his head as if he were ashamed of his own kid. I got my refill, then stepped between the dad and the mess on the floor. We all make mistakes. We all do dumb things — even when we have the best of intentions.
But here was an opportunity for a couple of well-meaning parents to learn to let their kid make mistakes…. I felt even better because what I had done was all in a normal, everyday conversation, using the NLP techniques of conversational hypnosis and covert anchoring. Will you influence them to hate and fear you? Or will you influence them to learn from their mistakes and learn to make better choices?
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It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website. Close Menu Contact. Telepathic Communication. So does the Bible. Tags prayer , psychic abilities , telepathic communication.
Meta-Stating However, many of us have experienced entering a location that has an emotional tone to it. I mentioned this happening with inanimate objects. Have you ever had someone give you something because they wanted something in return?
How did that feel to you? EVEN if it was something you wanted! Contrast that with someone doing something for you because they like and appreciate you. So I went to the store and got spiral bound notebooks. Easy to verify when you know what to look for. These things are very easy to verify if you know how. Your emotions and intentions and attention gets attached to the things you do for others.
That is not your responsibility. And those four powers of the mind DO very much affect the people and things around you. From June 27, I was in Taco Bell, and a family came in to eat.
The Mexican Pizza slid to the opposite end of the tray. You know what happened next… The tray tipped, and the Mexican Pizza executed a perfect somersault dive face down on to the floor.
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James Knippenberg, 63, an adjunct journalism professor, was found dead this morning at his home in Covington, Ky. Hughes said Knippenberg was respected and admired by his students ""for all of the right reasons: His humor, his talent, his integrity, his humanity. Emily Lang, a fourth-year journalism student, echoed Hughes' sentiment. Knippenberg attended UC and graduated with a bachelor's degree in literature and a master's degree in education. Twice Knippenberg had interned with the Cincinnati Enquirer before he was hired in as a staff member covering general news. He reported for the Cincinnati Enquirer as a writer and columnist for 37 years until he retired last year. Throughout his career in journalism, he was a music writer, entertainment writer and editor, assistant Enquirer Magazine editor, assistant features editor and features columnist.
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