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The Four Candles

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Nitima Priya
Holistic Hypnotherapist Psychotherapist
We try to prove ourselves right to others. Why is that so important to do so. Can we sit with ourselves and be content? When we are content with ourselves there is no need to prove anything to anybody.
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dani
Silence
I learned that sometimes it’s better to stay silent for it may harm your relationships with people or other parts of your life.
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Erika
Be thoughtful and lead by example by pursuing your best
Don’t break your quest for better by/ just to be right/superior or put others down; lead by example in following your personal quest for better; if it won’t add to the pool of meaning of a conversation, don’t say it. Think before you speak or act.
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Janely
Be to yourself
I learned.. don’t try to point out anyone’s mistakes and be a follower and be aware of your own self by accepting your own actions.
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Adrea
The Four Candles
I learned that it’s better to remain silent than judge others positions.
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Susan
The Four Candies
Remember, do not allow the words of others to distract you from your path.
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Naomi
Distraction…
…comes too easily
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Candy
Reminded… 😀
How many times have I exclaimed words in anxiety! Oh and how many times I have pointed fingers of judgment toward others. And still how I look toward others without looking within to seek answers that are already there. Sadly, I have cackled with disdain toward others while calling out that it was I who won! But truth to be told is that it is the maturity level in each situation that is shown. Had I accepted the guidance OF THE ☝🏼wiser than I in THOSE MOMENTS, then possibly-maybe- all there including myself would have achieved an enlightened state of wellbeing! That IS what we are to do, grow and help each other.
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Susan
Four Candles
It is good to remeber that often spoken words make no difference. Do the right thing and that makes the difference