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"An idea is like a virus. Resilient. Highly contagious. And the smallest seed of an idea can grow. It can grow to define or destroy you." "Once an idea has taken hold of the brain, it's almost impossible to eradicate. An idea that is fully formed, fully understood, that sticks. Right in there somewhere."
"An idea is like a virus. Resilient. Highly contagious. And the smallest seed of an idea can grow. It can grow to define or destroy you." "Once an idea has taken hold of the brain, it's almost impossible to eradicate. An idea that is fully formed, fully understood, that sticks. Right in there somewhere."
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Awesome quote from Lao Tzu about Gentleness, Frugality and Humility - qualities which have been said for centuries to help in developing self-control, inner peace, and TELEPATHY with the more serene spirits:).  :)  Many mystics have said that it seems to be the case that God or Tao is the gentlest softest serenest most nurturing humblest most feminine like energy and that the more God-like spirits are, the more their energy is like that in the way of rendering ideas and expressing thoughts via telepathy, be these thoughts verbal, visual or conceptual. :)  This is hard to believe, but it is an interesting hypothesis.  :)  How would we test this hypothesis?  :)


TELEPATHY CASES:

Nandana telepathic skills are detailed at ►  http://www.khaleejtimes.com/article/20130325/ARTICLE/303259902/1036

Telepathic boy who can also read in 7 languageshttps://www.sundayworld.com/entertainment/trending/video-five-year-old-telepathic-boy-to-be-tested-by-scientists

human-animal telepathyhttps://plus.google.com/+AlexP/posts/MN9youtKADx

plant-human telepathy ► 
https://plus.google.com/+AlexP/posts/214Z7Hh7oEW


habits that promote telepathy plus how to prove telepathy to yourself (section 14) ► 
https://plus.google.com/+AlexP/posts/NkPwMQQVvPi

More Beautiful quotes from Tao Te Ching on leadership and living a simple life of virtue that benefits the most people and enhances TELEPATHY.

81.  Those who have knowledge of the natural way 
do not train themselves in cunning, 
while those who use cunning to rule their lives, 
and the lives of others, 
are not knowledgeable of the Tao, 
nor of natural happiness.

The sage seeks not to have a store 
of things or knowledge, for he knows, 
the less of these he has, the more he has, 
and that the more he gives, 
the greater his abundance.

The way of the sage is pointed 
but does not harm.

The way of the sage 
is to work without cunning. 

15.  The sage of old was profound and wise; 
like a man at a ford, s/he took great care, 
alert, perceptive and aware.

Desiring nothing for her/himself, 
and having no desire 
for change for its own sake, 
his/her actions were difficult to understand.

Being watchful, s/he had no fear of danger; 
being responsive, he had no need of fear.

He was courteous like a visiting guest, 
and as yielding as the springtime ice. 
Having no desires, he was untouched by craving.

Receptive and mysterious, 
his knowledge was unfathomable, 
causing others to think him hesitant.

20.  The sage drifts like a cloud, 
having no specific place. 
Like a newborn babe before it smiles, 
he does not seek to communicate. 
In the eyes of those 
who have more than they need, 
the sage has nothing, and is a fool, 
prizing only that which of the Tao is born.

The sage may seem to be perplexed, 
being neither bright nor clear, 
and to himself, sometimes he seems 
both dull and weak, confused and shy. 
Like the ocean at night, 
he is serene and quiet, 
but as penetrating as the winter wind. 

24. Since striving, 
boasting and self-righteousness, 
are all unnecessary traits, 
the sage considers them excesses, 
and has no need of them. 

59. By acting with no thought of self-advancement, 
but with self-restraint, 
it is possible to lead, 
and genuinely care for others. 
This happens by acting virtuously, 
and leaving nothing to be done.

A foundation virtuous and firm, 
rooted in receptivity, 
is a prerequisite of good leadership, 
and for a life both long and strong. 
He whose virtue knows no limit, 
is most fitting to lead. 
His roots are deep, 
and his life protected 
by his meditative practice, 
as the bark protects the tree. 

60. To rule a country, 
one must act with care, 
as when frying the smallest fish.

If actions are approached, 
and carried out in the natural way, 
the power of evil is reduced, 
and so the ruler and the ruled 
are equally protected. 
They will not contrive to harm each other, 
for the virtue of one refreshes the other. 

62. On auspicious occasions, when gifts are sent, 
rather than sending horses or jade, 
send the teaching of Tao.

When we first discover the natural way, 
we are happy to know that our misdeeds 
are in the past, where they belong, 
and so are happy to realize 
that we have found a treasure. 

78. There is nothing more yielding than water, 
yet when acting on the solid and strong, 
its gentleness and fluidity 
have no equal in any thing.

The weak can overcome the strong, 
and the supple overcome the hard. 
Although this is known far and wide, 
few put it into practice in their lives.

Although seemingly paradoxical, 
the person who takes upon himself, 
the people's humiliation, 
is fit to rule; 
and he is fit to lead, 
who takes the country's disasters upon himself. 

More quotes from tao te ching are at http://www.clearwhitelight.org/spirituality/tao/tao2.htm

http://goo.gl/0FO9kd has free  videos and free books about astral travel, a natural thing we do. 
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Beautiful quotes from Tao Te Ching on leadership and living a simple life of virtue that benefits the most people.

81.  Those who have knowledge of the natural way 
do not train themselves in cunning, 
while those who use cunning to rule their lives, 
and the lives of others, 
are not knowledgeable of the Tao, 
nor of natural happiness.

The sage seeks not to have a store 
of things or knowledge, for he knows, 
the less of these he has, the more he has, 
and that the more he gives, 
the greater his abundance.

The way of the sage is pointed 
but does not harm.

The way of the sage 
is to work without cunning. 

THE MANIFESTATION OF THE TAO IN MAN

The sage of old was profound and wise; 
like a man at a ford, s/he took great care, 
alert, perceptive and aware.

Desiring nothing for her/himself, 
and having no desire 
for change for its own sake, 
his/her actions were difficult to understand.

Being watchful, s/he had no fear of danger; 
being responsive, he had no need of fear.

He was courteous like a visiting guest, 
and as yielding as the springtime ice. 
Having no desires, he was untouched by craving.

Receptive and mysterious, 
his knowledge was unfathomable, 
causing others to think him hesitant.


The sage drifts like a cloud, 
having no specific place. 
Like a newborn babe before it smiles, 
he does not seek to communicate. 
In the eyes of those 
who have more than they need, 
the sage has nothing, and is a fool, 
prizing only that which of the Tao is born.

The sage may seem to be perplexed, 
being neither bright nor clear, 
and to himself, sometimes he seems 
both dull and weak, confused and shy. 
Like the ocean at night, 
he is serene and quiet, 
but as penetrating as the winter wind. 

Since striving, 
boasting and self-righteousness, 
are all unnecessary traits, 
the sage considers them excesses, 
and has no need of them. 

By acting with no thought of self-advancement, 
but with self-restraint, 
it is possible to lead, 
and genuinely care for others. 
This happens by acting virtuously, 
and leaving nothing to be done.

A foundation virtuous and firm, 
rooted in receptivity, 
is a prerequisite of good leadership, 
and for a life both long and strong. 
He whose virtue knows no limit, 
is most fitting to lead. 
His roots are deep, 
and his life protected 
by his meditative practice, 
as the bark protects the tree. 

60. RULING

To rule a country, 
one must act with care, 
as when frying the smallest fish.

If actions are approached, 
and carried out in the natural way, 
the power of evil is reduced, 
and so the ruler and the ruled 
are equally protected. 
They will not contrive to harm each other, 
for the virtue of one refreshes the other. 

On auspicious occasions, when gifts are sent, 
rather than sending horses or jade, 
send the teaching of Tao.

When we first discover the natural way, 
we are happy to know that our misdeeds 
are in the past, where they belong, 
and so are happy to realize 
that we have found a treasure. 

78. SINCERITY

There is nothing more yielding than water, 
yet when acting on the solid and strong, 
its gentleness and fluidity 
have no equal in any thing.

The weak can overcome the strong, 
and the supple overcome the hard. 
Although this is known far and wide, 
few put it into practice in their lives.

Although seemingly paradoxical, 
the person who takes upon himself, 
the people's humiliation, 
is fit to rule; 
and he is fit to lead, 
who takes the country's disasters upon himself. 

More about the "sages" who lead from behind (sometimes called helpers, evolutiologists or serenissimus) can be found at 
http://iacblog-english.blogspot.com/2011/11/consciential-evolution-personal-effort_10.html

http://goo.gl/0FO9kd has more videos on astral travel.
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