Hi All, We know now that the topic for March is *Trust*. I trust that in times of trouble, an unseen hand is ready to help out. A couple of days ago, I had aMessage 1 of 75 , Mar 6, 2011View SourceHi All,
We know now that the topic for March is *Trust*.I trust that in times of trouble, an unseen hand is ready to help out.A couple of days ago, I had a problem on my mind and I did not know how to solve it. So I did what I have often suggested that other people do and I adopted an attitude of gratitude and gave thanks for the situation.
I think that you cannot be have an attitude of gratitude unless you trust that whatever is happening in your life is in some way what you really want or need.A few minutes later, I felt prompted to pick up a book called, "Excuses Begone" by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer. I know that many people on this group are familiar with Wayne Dyer s works. This is the only book of his that I have read and it is based on Taoist ideas.
I opened the book at random at a page somewhere near the middle and this is what I read:*... ... awareness is a representation of your higher self, the self that truly knows that it is a physical extension of the Divine, the invisible Source of all. ... ...When you become aligned, your thoughts are no longer focused on what you don t want but what you intend to manifest as co-creator with Source.(This ties in with recent posts from Nash and Jacqui.)The best way to begin re-training your mind is to consciously think in aligned ways, so consider the following:-Your universal Source of being never thinks in terms of what is missing. Do you?It never thinks in terms of what it can t have. Do you?It never thinks in terms of what has never happened before. Do you?It never thinks in terms of what others will think, say or do. Do you?It never thinks in terms of bad luck or the way things have always been. Do you?Every time you have a thought that extends to a conversation with others about what is missing, what shortages you have, your bad luck, what always has been, how others don t understand you, and so forth, you are practicing a misaligned/excuses mentality. But remember that your mission is to shift into the action state of re-aligning. … …… … Stay in a state of gratitude, and let the awesome yet unexplainable Tao, proceed to do nothing and yet leave nothing undone. Rather than asking for more - which implies shortages and, therefore, creates a vibrational match to more shortages - focus on what you have and how thankful you are for everything that has shown up in your life.*By this morning, my problem had been resolved.Best wishes,Ralph
Hi Brandi, I have a Hotmail account, which of course anyone can set up free. When I get a few minutes, I shall check out the alias option. Thanks forMessage 75 of 75 , Apr 3, 2011View SourceHi Brandi,I have a Hotmail account, which of course anyone can set up free. When I get a few minutes, I shall check out the alias option. Thanks for mentioning it.I have not tried a password manager.There is also something called *disposable passwords* or *use once passwords* but they are only practical for certain purposes.Best wishes,RalphIn a message dated 03/04/2011 12:45:11 GMT Daylight Time, kriya6@... writes:
I'm curious if anyone knows anything about using an email "alias"? I
have the option to do that with my hotmail account and I just haven't
bothered checking into it. I had to go through being "hijaked" in the
past, right in the middle of an online college term, too, and it was
terrible. I had to do a full factory clean reinstall of my computer
(yeah, I know I should be using backups but DVD-R's are expensive)
losing everything that I'd saved to the hard drive. I've been using
cloud storage since then for the stuff I really don't want to lose, but
your post here brings up some really good points about using different
email for different purposes and changing those passwords OFTEN. I
wonder too if any of you have good/bad experience with password managers
that automatically generate really strong passwords that you then use a
masterkey password to access all of them? Any experience would be
awesome to hear about.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, d9break@... wrote:
> Hi All,
> We are into April now but I would like to write one more post on the
> of Trust, which was the topic for March.
> We can trust in God or a higher power or that living the Dharma will
> us good Karma and many of us believe that by focusing on perils and
> we draw them to ourselves.
> However, someone has drawn my attention to the fact that this group
> public archive. That is, absolutely anyone who has access to the
> free to read these posts and they remain on the board indefinitely.
> The great advantage of this is that potential members or people who
> simply browsing can benefit from the quotes or any beneficial comments
> are posted. It also means that anyone thinking of joining the group
can get a
> good sense of the flavour of the group before they do so.
> However, it may be wise for us to bear in mind that if we give out
> personal information about ourselves, we have no way of knowing who
> read it.
> I know that some members would not agree with me but I think it is
> sensible to take a few precautions e.g.:-
> If at all practical, use a screen name and email address that does not
> include your full real name.
> Use a dedicated email address for yahoo groups and different address
> your personal email.
> Avoid giving your date of birth.
> If you live in a small town or locality, avoid naming it.
> If you live in a large city, avoid saying which part of the city you
> And to help reduce spam scams, change your password at least 4 or 5
> a year.
> And if you think someone on the group may benefit from knowing about
> experience you have had but you feel it is personal, why not write to
> directly and privately by clicking on the envelope button on the
> or clicking *Reply to sender* on group emails? However, if you do do
> you will be revealing your email address to them.
> Best wishes,