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The Embrace #107: Overcoming Bitterness, Finding Forgiveness

Old resentments make us feel bitter, and bitterness can make the most beautiful people appear ugly. Resentment toward others is the opposite of forgiveness. It blocks the free flow of Divine Love in all directions.

Previous Issues

The Embrace #96: You Are Awakening and There’s No Going Back

The Embrace #96: You Are Awakening and There’s No Going Back

The apparent chaos, suffering, and confusion all across the world at present is very unsettling! Therefore, remember that everyone incarnate now is in human form by choice in order to participate in the collective awakening process… There is NO ONE who is NOT assisting in this process!

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The Embrace #95: The Agony, the Opening, the Miracle

The Embrace #95: The Agony, the Opening, the Miracle

I was born blind into a family that did not want a blind child, and I was much abused. As I was blind, all my memories were recorded in full body representation. Over the years I have healed many events. Still, you cannot heal what is still deeply buried.

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The Embrace #94: Becoming “Never Years Old”

The Embrace #94: Becoming “Never Years Old”

I was in the company of a six-year-old recently who finished a fanciful story at a family dinner by stating, “That happened when I was never years old.” It was such an offhand but beautiful comment about aging, and in spiritual terms, about the absence of time and death.

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The Embrace #91: Blindness: My Greatest Gift

The Embrace #91: Blindness: My Greatest Gift

LYNN: Today we have a really interesting topic: seeing with the eyes of the heart, no longer looking out but looking in. Our guest is Eddie Lee from Jacksonville, Florida. Just so everyone knows, Eddie is blind. And he is going to give us a little bit of a history on what happened.

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The Embrace #90: The Great Transformation Under Way

The Embrace #90: The Great Transformation Under Way

Humanity seems to be going in two different directions. There is an impulse towards allowing a new world and a new humanity to arise in which the mind and the heart are united—a new state of consciousness. At the same time, there is a reaction towards the new that is emerging—an attempt to reassert the old order, to try to hold on to what has been.

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The Embrace #89: From Courtroom to Classroom to Playground

The Embrace #89: From Courtroom to Classroom to Playground

I’m writing this while in a playground. Where are you? Pretend with me for a moment that there are only four places you can be on Earth at any given time: a prison, a courtroom, a classroom, or a playground. The prison is where we go when we have convicted ourselves of a crime.

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