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Week 23 – Practical Spirituality

Spirituality in a Globe

Is spirituality practical or mystical? Out author contends that it is intensely practical and cites an example from personal experience. What Is Spirituality?As opposed to materialism, spirituality is the recognition that “things which are seen were not made of things which do appear.” That is, there is a real unseen world which we call the world […]

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MKMMA Week 5 – The Imagination Station

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This week is a major shift. See if you can read this chart from left to right and read the colors, not the words. This seems simple, doesn’t it? The first line reads “red, white, green, brown”. The second line reads “green, red, brown, white”. The third line is more tricky. It reads “red, white, […]

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MKMMA JUly 2014 Week Two – What Have We Learned?

We have learned to be self-directed. That means we think for ourselves. Have we wondered where the lost chapters originated? Are they in the same style as Haanel’s previous lessons? To be sure, some of the thoughts are the same as we’ve seen before such as the cycle of sevens. However some but is new […]

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MKMMA Week 24 – Illusions and the Truth

31 To the Jews who had believed him, Jesus said, “If you hold to my teaching, you are really my disciples. 32 Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”  (John 8:31-32) You shall know the Truth and the Truth [that you know] will set you free.  We live in a world where things are […]

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MKMMA Week 23 – Money

Some people say that money is the root of all evil.  Some even believe this is a Biblical thought.  Is it? Imagine you had no money at all.  If you were still living with your parents, that would not be a problem as they could supply all your needs.  What value is money?  You can’t […]

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Week 15 – MKMMA – Gain an insight

During the webinar this week, we learned that one way of concentrating was to use a dictionary and look up the concept upon which we want to concentrate.  Last week’s concept was harmony. One of the definitions is: an arrangement of the contents of the Gospels, either of all four or of the first three, designed to show their parallelism, mutual relations, and differences. There is a harmony between the scroll for this month, which says, “I know […]

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