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Wednesday's Principle

Wednesday, November 07, 2007

The Third Principle: Master your inner dialogue.

Sutra: Sat Chit Ananda (saht chit ah-NAN-dah)

It means: My inner dialogue reflects the fire of my soul.

The third principle describes how your mind creates your reality - and how, by mastering your inner dialogue, you can literally transform reality to create abundance.

The sutra - sat chit ananda - tells us that our souls is that place which is spontaneously love, knowingness, and bliss. Sat means truth, freedom from all limitations. Chit means total knowledge, spontaneous knowing or pure consciousness. Ananda means bliss, total happiness, complete fulfillment. So what the phrase really says is, "My soul is free from limitations. My soul has spontaneous knowing. My soul exists in complete fulfillment."

When we find ourselves looking at the world and saying, "There's nothing out there for me," we should probably also look into our hearts and ask, "If there's nothing out there, is there anything in here?" We need to examine our inner dialogue to discover where we might be blocking the conscious energy flow, then remove the ego, step out of the way, and let the fire of the soul shine through us.

If you have fire of the soul, then Vedic sages say it is reflected in the shining of your eyes. It's reflected spontaneously in your body language and body movements. Everything you think, feel, say, and do will reflect that same fire.

When you practice positive inner dialogue, people will want to bond with you, help you, be near you. They want to share in the love, knowingness, and bliss that shines through your eyes and is reflected in your every action. This is true inner power.

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