The Secret When You Can Walk On Water Take The Boat Part 14

The Secret – When You Can Walk On Water , Take The Boat ( Part 14 )

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On one side of the room was a fireplace and across from that stood a piano, a gift from my wife’s parents. The piano bench was pulled slightly away from the piano. We’d been talking for just a short while when June turned to me and said, “The man sitting on your piano bench says that he’s here to help you understand new things.”Having known June for such a long time we should have been used to such comments,especially when only the three of us were there and I was the only ma…

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The Secret , Spirituality Information , God

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On one side of the room was a fireplace and across from that stood a piano, a gift from my wife’s parents. The piano bench was pulled slightly away from the piano. We’d been talking for just a short while when June turned to me and said, “The man sitting on your piano bench says that he’s here to help you understand new things.”Having known June for such a long time we should have been used to such comments,especially when only the three of us were there and I was the only man present.

I looked across and saw only an empty bench. “What man are you talking about, June?” I asked.

She said, “The one over there. He’s now looking at you and smiling.”

“Don’t do that to us. You know I can’t see anyone sitting there.”

“He says you know him, John, that you’ve met before. He has a beard and dark,piercing eyes. He says he wants to help you in your growth and learning and that you’ve been ‘going through’ experiences instead of‘growingthrough’ them.”

That’s Gideon—the description fit him perfectly. “What’s his name, June?”

“I can’t get the exact sound but it seems to be Simeon . . . or no . . . it has a ‘G’. It starts with a ‘G’. His name is Gideon. He said that you ought to know the spelling because not too long ago you saw it on a license plate. He laughed as he said that.He said that you ought to keep an open mind. He’s saying good-bye now and that he’ll see you again soon. Now he’s gone.”

So, it was Gideon again. But I couldn’t see him this time. Neither could Mardai. Only June saw him. But then, she always saw things others could not. We discussed this for a while and I recounted how I met Gideon and the events that occurred thereafter. June seemed to understand and, like Gideon, asked that I keep an open mind.

“It’s your strict scientific background that causes you to stumble many times, John.”

Maybe she was right. I was always trying to be logical about everything. In my college days,I was trained as a chemist and mathematician—labs, research and analyzing. Perhaps, more than most, I insisted on seeing before believing. And this, in spite of the fact that I knew and accepted June and her abilities.

Yet, the most successful times in my life were when I guided myself by the “still, small voice. ”Some people call it gut feelings, others call it intuition. The times that caused me the most problems were those when I drowned out the inner voice with logic and analysis. I really needed to learn how to re-program my thinking. I decided then and there to balance logic and intuition, to let them work together instead of against each other and to follow the inner guidance more consistently.

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At the tender age of 22, Natasha experienced a major traumatic event. Because of the intense emotional pain she suffered from this event, Natasha was completely driven to understand exactly how the mind worked, and why people behaved the way they did. When Natasha completed her NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) Master Practitioner qualification, it was a turning point in her life, and she was able to use the tools and techniques she had learned to set her mind free from the pain and suffering of that event.
What Natasha understood about the mind... particularly the subconscious and superconcious mind was astounding...

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