Resentment

#017 No One Wants to Get Sick

July 5, 2020

Schwarzhoff · #017 No One Wants To Get Sick Listen on: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Play | Soundcloud | Stitcher | Overcast | iHeartRadio Download This Episode July 5, 2020 Keeping healthy with a fit immune system, playing God, giving and seeking approval, cancer, is wearing masks a precaution or a submission, bizarre preacher blows the…

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#016 If You’re Annoyed at Current Events, Then They’re Working

June 18, 2020

The key to letting go is not in escaping the person, the thing, or the memory of what has upset us, but in not getting upset—knowing how to let go of resentment.

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Modern-Day Journalism Is Distorted by Anger

April 13, 2020

One of the greatest blessings we have living in America is a free press with daily access to our national leadership and advisers. It is fundamental to our existence as a free nation. Compare this with the censored tyranny of the one-party state that covered up their Coronavirus mishap and misled the world about it…

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Stillness vs. Illness – Keeping Your Cool in a Crisis

April 7, 2020

This crisis is unique. Because of its organic nature and given how our physiques are so interwoven with our emotional nature, attitude is more vital to our quality of life and maybe even survival than ever—probably more than you at first realize, and definitely more than you’ll hear in news reports. To stay clear of…

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Bad Habits Trace to a Single Cause

October 20, 2019

Drinking too much liquor, indulging in drugs, and overeating are objectionable activities, for sure. But they are not the cause of the addict’s or alcoholic’s troubles. Alcoholism, drug and food addictions, vices and bad habits of all kinds are merely obsessive behaviors that manifest as effects following one original cause.  That’s how all obsessions like…

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How Resentment Gets Us

May 25, 2019

If you have a problem with drinking, drugs, eating or sex, you cannot think, act or be counseled out of your terrible predicament. Even if you’re addicted to anger, plagued with anxiety, depression and fear—there is no psychology, religion or medication that will cure you. You could enlist all the positive thoughts, beseeching and mumbling…

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Have You Forgiven Your Parents? Probably Not

October 1, 2018

Dead or alive, lovable or despicable, if a parent can still make you angry, then you have not forgiven them. Until you can look to see how you’ve hated your parents in the past and allow forgiveness to enter, meaning to stop hating your parents in the present, and remain unstirred, then you cannot live long or…

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#008 Don’t Turn Into a Useless Blob

July 21, 2018

Dan discusses the little feelings, thoughts and ideas we all get, with which so many struggle – the thinking that often brings fear, resentment or doubt – and the simple solution to…

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Can You Think Away Negativity?

July 9, 2018

Do you know those emotions and secret thoughts you occasionally struggle with—the ones that deliver fear, bitterness, resentment, and doubt—the stinking thinking ideas that tell you appalling things, sometimes even in your own voice?
How productive could you become and how much better would life be if those could be coped with effectively, without suppression…

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It’s Up to Us to Break the Chain of Negativity

May 16, 2018

Face it. Amidst the beauty and wonder of our human existence, the world is often wrong. The stream of life is cluttered with flotsam and jetsam containing dangerous debris. Navigating its currents can at times seem an impossibly titanic voyage. But it isn’t. Once you know the secret of how to meet the pressures of the world…

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Become Immune to Anger

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What Your Parents Did

December 29, 2017

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