Author Archives: Marsha

Surrender

Objective does not have emotions tied to it. I was introduced to the teachings in 1975. As I studied, I came across the term “surrender” and it raised the question “What do I surrender to?” Through the years I’ve discovered … Continue reading

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Brazil Experiment with Babies

Study on attention [From Marsha…I’ve heard a lot of controversial advice about attention given in raising children through the years like “Don’t give the kids too much attention because you’ll spoil them.” or “It’s bad to let them show off.”  … Continue reading

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Teaching Cards Gift From Donna Lancaster

Long ago (1975 to be exact) when I started in the teachings with the 48 tapes I was intrigued with the ideas presented. I was in so much conflict at the time that all I could hear was the examples … Continue reading

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Who is the Teacher?

Long ago Delilah, a tabby cat, came into my life. Facing diminishing sight from retinitis pigmentosa, I was worried about sitting or stepping on her because she was very dark. But she adapted to the danger after a couple of … Continue reading

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Self-image Origin

Did you ever wonder how your self-image came about?  Did you ever wonder where you got it? I’ve had a lot of time to think about self-image during the pandemic with being sequestered and not having contact with people and … Continue reading

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Initiative Resistance or Passive Form and Result

Initiative, (resistance can be passive or active and is called second force), form, and result [From Marsha….It can be a challenge to see the above form in all things, but certainly worthwhile to observe so that we see the fallacy … Continue reading

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