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Basis for our Inner Reform

April 7, 2017

Basis for our Inner Reform
 

The greatest difficulty to make the so-called Inner Reform is precisely what we should reform within ourselves - what is wrong with us? From there then we should move on to another major difficulty which is to practice the Reformation in our personality, in the way we act and even think.
 

Roadmap to Practicing our inner reform:

1) Always talk in a non attackable way;

2) Do not take anything personal;

3) Do not make assumptions;

4) Do the best we can with what we have.
 

Sounds simple, but it is not:
 

How many times do we comment about someone attacking that person with their bad features, evil tendencies or behaviors; as often as we directly offend the people around us, usually a family member or companion?

 

How often have we received criticism that could be used for our improvement, and instead we take it personally and become upset with that person.

 

How often do we create assumptions about people, and when we verify the assumption is something totally different.
 

How often do we let laziness postpone projects or activities that we enter into without the deserved dedication, resulting in professional and personal failures!

 

Regardless of belief, we are invited to continue our daily progress in relations within the family and at work.

Let us exercise our daily experiences to our benefit, not attacking anyone verbally, not taking anything personally, without making assumptions, and always doing the best we can without overstepping our boundaries.

 

 “Faced with the difficulties of everyday life, we need to exercise patience, not only when helping others, but also equally with ourselves.” (Emmanual)
 

Definitions:

 

- Inner Reform – The act of pursuit of moral elevation of the individual promoted by the individual.

 

- Pride – A very serious defect with difficulty to be automatically detected. It usually occurs when we are intolerant and do not accept any criticism, or fight back from an aggression. Listening to comments like "What will others think if I do not fight back," for example .

 

- Selfishness - The Greatest defect. Most other defects of mankind are derived from it. Selfishness greatly obstructs our mental position from not allowing us to be "in the other person’s place." Our thinking hinders our outward actions from being able to determine whether we should act correctly or not, among others .
 

- Religions - The greatest virtue of a religion is to promote the individual improvement of each of it’s followers, making them lift their sword against their own defects.
 

Inner Reform Means:
A Wealth of good attitudes
The Study of oneself and one’s very character
Using the Tools of light and love in every gesture
Prayer and constant monitoring of ourselves

The Resistance of temptations
Mentilization of the beauty in life and what is good and positive
Loving yourself
It is Necessary to understand what people close to us mean

Constant Working on Renovation of Values
Maintaining the thoughts of good instead of evil
Constantly Safely moving towards the light
Always sharing Love, now, with the ones close to us

A time dedicated to our Spiritual and Physical balance and harmony. Everyone is welcome. No previous experience with any spiritual teaching is needed. This meeting is recommended as a “Spiritual Support” to help all of us face our challenges and overcome them with balance and wisdom.

 

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