Lessons from the Source Audio E-Mail 4/22/10

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From Chapter Two: The Challenges of Earth Life

Section Two: Illusions

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(20 of 28) Impatience implies that it is important that a certain thing come to pass by a specific time—or before it is too late. “If I don’t get my check by Tuesday, I’ll never be able to get the car fixed.” (Even the word “never” in this illustration is a reference to time.) If, however, you can accept time as an irrelevant factor in your existence, you will not allow the quality of impatience to enter your consciousness.

Jack Armstrong © 2010

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“It is far easier to accept the negative condition or state of mind as just the way it is than it is to reject it and accept your good. When you have become successful at doing so on a regular basis, it will strike you as one of the great ironies that you were more comfortable with negativity than with goodness. But you will see that it is because the acceptance of negativity is much easier and requires far less effort on the part of your conscious mind than does the conscious decision to accept only your good.”