Be Open to Learning to Be a Part of The Whole

By | September 7, 2010 at 5:46 pm | 2 comments | Uncategorized

Be open to learning to be a part of the whole.  This is a consciousness skill. You are a part of the whole. You are a part of the whole of your world. You are a part of the whole of the universe. You are a part of the whole of your family. You are a part of the whole of your work team. You are a part of the whole of wherever you are. If you’re in school, your school team. You are a part of the whole of your university, of your school. You are a part of the whole of your town, if you live in a town. You are a part of the whole of the countryside, if you live on a farm or out in the country. You are a part of the whole of your state. You are a part of the whole of your country,etc.  That’s reality. You exist. You exist. You are a part of existence. You are a part of the whole of existence. That’s reality.

This class is about finding your balance in the whole, in the whole of reality. You’re not merged with the whole. You’re separate from the whole and you’re a part of the whole. Find that balance. This class is about being conscious of that balance, of your separateness, and that you’re a full-fledged member of the whole, of the whole of reality.

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Listen to Podclass on “media player” below (6mins.) & tell us what you think. Recorded Friday, August 27, 2010.  (6th Class period out of 9.)

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2 Comments

  1. bendedspoon (7 years ago)

    thanks for the reminder
    that i am part of the whole
    if that is the case
    then there isn’t an act too small
    it will have an impact after all
    :)

  2. TSH (7 years ago)

    Yup. You are definitely part of the whole. You Matter!!! Your existence is important!!! It’s your job to play your part in the whole.

    Thanks for visiting Tom’s University and commenting.

    Tom

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