Vol. 5    Issue #10

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Editor's Note...

Dear Free Spirits,

   Welcome to this month's newsletter. I am very excited about this one as it announces the launch of our very own Article Directory. I have been looking for some time for software that could do it for us and I found it. I have spent the last three weeks working on it. There are still a couple of minor bugs in it, but overall it is ready to go.

   As I mentioned in the July newsletter that I wanted to let go a bit and let new ideas flow into the box that I have created. I have written over 250 articles that are published on the web site, mine and others and they contain valuable information that many have received benefit from. I have mentioned this before that my way is not the only way, it is just another way. Many people have written in over the years with valuable information that they have wanted to share and I have published theirs as well. I believe that diversity is the answer to higher enlightenment. The articles that I have written have been passed through me for my benefit and I have shared them with you.

   I believe that this article directory will be the next step in a natural evolution that will bring new awareness into my life and those of the site's readers. I don't believe that it is necessary for me to be doing all the writing.

   The article directory is "theme," based, that is, only articles that pertain to the "Human Condition," will be published. So you won't see articles about real estate, MLM's, get rich quick schemes, gambling etc.. If it is about selp help, empowerment, inspirational, health, spiritual and  you will find it here. http://www.klienwachter.com/adarticles

   Please take the time to check in from time to time and review the new articles. Promotion will start immediately, so articles are expected to start flooding in.

   After five years of existence on the internet, requests for personal help are coming in on a regular basis, and surprisingly for me, most of them come from referrals. If you have a  question about any of the articles on the site or a personal issue that you would like advice on, please contact me, all emails are strickly confidential, no one else will ever see them.

Roy E. Klienwachter


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   I am still looking for new amature writers that may have an article or essay that they would like to publish to this newsletter or on the site. This is a wonderful opportunity for you to get your work in front of thousands of people. Don't worry about spelling or grammar, I will help. The article must be theme related and have something positive to offer readers. Personal stories are most read.



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   As spiritual beings experiencing the physical body and life, our "ego," becomes fearful when it does not believe that it has options, or no way out.

   The ego is fragile, it always fears for its existence and when it finds itself cornered it "freaks out," and looses its ability to reason effectively. It becomes paranoid and delusional, experiencing all kinds of manifestations of a physical mind gone mad.
   As the physical mind starts to overload it focuses only on the immediate circumstances that it finds itself in. It cannot see the forest for "the," tree. It stands next to the tree and cannot see around it, above it and moves into a state of single mindedness. You can liken this focus to the fly that keeps banging its body against the window, unable to see or sense the open door behind it.
   Humankind has the inherent ability to get itself into situations as well as get itself out of situations through thought. Thought is the first step in manifesting, there must be a thought before anything can be manifested or created. It is the human thought that creates all that it experiences, hence the expression, "Think yourself out of your situation."
   This kind of fear comes from not being able to see the choices, and from a profound awareness of lack of choice or no choices.
   To be able to appreciate all that choices that you always have, you need to take a moment out to re-evaluate your circumstances. However, timing is a key factor in taking time out to put yourself in the position of the silent observer.
   If you are knee deep in alligators, then taking time out may not be appropriate if it is not what you want to experience. You need to get your ass the hell out of there now, and regroup later.
   Having escaped the alligators does not mean you will not go back there. You need to review all the steps and the "root," thought that took you there in the first place. In order to change anything and claim the power to change your circumstances, you must take responsibility for the thought that brought you there. If your thought was that "it wasn't my fault," then you are going no where with this. If you entertain and hold onto the most destructive thought of all "I can't," you will not be disappointed.
You are not a victim of circumstances, you are creating them. Know this and you will know the great secret to all things that happen in your life and you will retain the power to change them at will.
   Your first step to making immediate changes is to KNOW THAT YOU CAN. Knowing is the shortest route to getting where you want to go, or what you desire.
Faith, trust, hoping, praying, for something to happen will never get you what you desire because these things disempower you and they all happen in the future which never comes. These things are all steps to knowing and in themselves, they cannot bring you what you desire but knowing is absolute, once you know a thing it is final in your experience, you are already there and gratitude is acknowledgement that you already have what you desire, it is the final step. Faith, trust, hoping and praying in themselves are powerless, however in the process of experiencing them a thought will come into your focus that will bring about the change you desire. You must know that the power is in not in your or around you, it is you.
   In alienating yourself from you experience, you must begin to imagine other circumstances. Your thoughts must turn to alternative actions no matter how far fetched or disagreeable they may seem at the time. You must allow yourself the freedom to experience in you mind choices that will liberate you, and move you away from present experience.
   The very act of change will bring change no matter how small it is. The act of changing mind will bring experience of change in your physical life. You do not have to carry through with any of the thoughts that you are imagining. What these new thoughts will do is bring change, the answer that you are seeking will come to you in the moment that you let go them. It will come as a sudden revelation, a physical feeling, "yes," that's it!
You are safe to experience your options in your mind, it is the safest physical way for you to do that. You must tell yourself that you are not going to act upon any of these choices that you are going to think about. Remember when your ego begins to experience choices, then the fears that are holding you back disappear and you can begin to see the forest and other options.
   I believe that most all of us have entertained the thought about killing someone and most of us would not do that, because we do not know ourselves as killers. I believe that once you have gone the distance in your mind, then you can start back tracking and find a less violent action. This thought process also re-assures your ego that you are not a killer and it will make you feel better about yourself. Once you know that you would not kill for instance then you will begin to centre your thoughts on less drastic thoughts.
   It also works for suicide, although this is not a viable end to any situation, it is a choice, it may not be a preference but it is a choice and brings with it an enormous sense of power and I doubt that there has not been anyone that has not imagined it. Remember that as this thought comes up and you begin to feel a greater sense of power, member that that is the purpose of the exercise, to empower you and not necessarily take any action at this time. Taking your life is seldom the ego's choice as the ego by nature fears for its extinction and will fight that thought. If one truly understands the spiritual experience then one knows that the choice of suicide does not work, because until one has dealt with one's situation effectively, it will return to that person at some other time in this life or the next.
  There is no escape, you are here to experience physical life and effectively experience bringing the things into your life that you desire to experience using the talents and natural abilities that you were born with. This is not a hopeless situation but an opportunity and the greatest expression of unconditional love that is yours. You are not a victim of circumstances, you are creating them.
   I am not advocating death, suicide or any other alternatives; I am simply suggesting that you allow yourself to imagine all possibilities in the safety of you mind and then let go of them. I am also saying that if you try to block any of these things from your mind, you will also block the solution that you are looking for. If the thought is disagreeable with you, notice it as it comes up and then simply let it go, don't focus on it.
   Take a few moments after reading this and begin to think about your situation and what you would like to change. Then begin to let your mind wonder without restriction. Notice the internal dialogue pop up as you begin to imagine. Notice them, do not try to get rid of them, and shift your focus back to your original thought.
   Notice how often the words "I can't do that," come up. Just let them go and carry on. There is nothing good or bad about what thoughts are coming up, they are just thoughts, what you are doing here is letting the original thought that is going to change your circumstances come up. It is mixed in with all the others and you need to filter them out. Don't look for them, you will know by the sudden revelation that I mentioned earlier. Go to every extreme that you can think of, you are not going to be judged, remember this is just an exercise. Imagine the worst possible extremes and everything in between.
   Do not expect anything, you can not find a thing while you are looking for it. Give it a rest and go back later as many times as you need to. Watch that internal dialogue telling you what you can and cannot do. You can do anything in your head and no one can stop you, except you.
   In the silence of mind between the choices that you are entertaining will come the answer that you are looking for. More than likely the answer will not be any of the things you are thinking about, but something you have not thought of, that will come to you in a flash.
   Your life is your own and you were given absolute freedom to experience the physical life in anyway that you see fit. All probabilities already exist and you are creating through choice, your choice based on your model of the world and how you see yourself in relationship to it and others. You are the power, you are not powerless. If you do not like what you are experiencing now, choose something else. If the change does not come immediately, keep choosing until it does. To the degree that you know you are the power and the choice, is the degree that you will experience it. You are not a victim unless victim-hood is what you wish to experience and that is also a choice.

Written by: Roy E. Klienwachter  Feel free to copy this article and use it in any non commercial way as long as credit is given to the author and the content is not changed in any way and a link to this site is included with the article. http://www.klienwachter.com

Roy's Quotable Quotes
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"Faith is a blind alley with only one entrance, "knowing," would not lead you there!"

           Roy E. Klienwachter

(It has been my policy to only feature quality articles written by experienced writers in this newsletter. By implimenting this policy I believe I have put myself in a box, so from time to time I will feature a quality article submitted by a new writer. I have done so this month because of the very important message in this article. It was written by Tracy, and it expresses very well what all of us have to go through eventually. We begin our search looking outward until we come to a point where we know that we have left the place that holds our answers, I know you will relate very well to this article.)

by Dr. Joan Marques


One of the numerous great teachings of Buddha pertains to releasing: not just of the bad feelings, thoughts and habits we encountered or developed along the way, but also of the good ones. And although this may seem senseless at first it can be explained quite easily:

Every feeling, thought or habit you develop at one time was initially created for a certain purpose. Purposes evolve, and so do you. After some time, your feeling, thought or habit, directed toward that predetermined purpose has therefore become "obsolete."

Fortunately, "obsolete" is not a strange word anymore in modern day society. On the contrary! We have grown very accustomed to this word in our ever-changing world of today. We hear it all the time when we talk about computers, transportation devices, communication methods, and even job-processes.

Now, if we should "release" feelings, thoughts or habits to prevent obsoleteness, what is it, then, that really works? The answer is simple, and probably already obvious: continuous renewal.

In fact, this advise for continuous renewal should not be limited to such intangible phenomena as feelings, thoughts and habits; it should also be perceived in regards to the tools we work with, the patterns we develop to solve our problems, and the vehicles we build to get us from one place to another, whether physically, mentally, or emotionally.

This brings to mind a story that Buddha once told about a man who encountered a river that he would have to cross in order to move on, while there were no boats or ferries available. After the initial despair of being stuck, the man built a raft from branches and sticks, and crossed the river. So, what happened when he reached the other side? Well, here is where Buddha warns for the logical tendency to take the raft under one's arm in order to have it ready for use in future encounters with large waters.

The general counsel here is, that carrying all the "rafts" we build along our way through life is not just a tiresome and decelerating process, but also one that prevents us from nurturing our creative spirit. We will become like the man, in another parable, who has a hammer and treats every problem that he encounters as if it were a nail. Or, in the above example, like the man who carries a raft and treats every challenge as if it were a river.

What we should understand is that having built a raft once has provided us with the insight, experience, and confidence, that we will be able to build another one with different, more applicable components in the future.

Getting rid of our "rafts," whether they are thoughts, feelings, habits, work devices, vehicles, organizational strategies, or mind-patterns, is therefore a must. We will not be able to stay active in the increasingly competitive game of life if we refuse doing that. Worse, we will rob ourselves from our most precious quality if all we do is clinging to old solutions. We will lose our sense of creativity and ingenuity, and our touch with the child inside of us. And, believe it or not, it is exactly the sense for creativity and ingenuity, together with the na´ve curiosity within us that gives us a competitive and comparative advantage these days, in business as well as in other social settings. Those who don't fear to release old feelings, thoughts, habits, devices, strategies, and methods, and dare to come up with new ideas, inventions and insights are the ones who thrive.

Isn't it interesting that an advice given more than 2500 years ago has now become more practical than it ever was? Makes you wonder how much has really, fundamentally changed...

Dr. Joan Marques Burbank, California, 8/7/04

About the Author: Joan Marques emigrated from Suriname, South America, to California, U.S., in 1998. She holds a doctorate in Organizational Leadership, a Master's in Business Administration, and is currently a university instructor in Business and Management in Burbank, California. You may visit her web sites at http://www.joanmarques.com and http://www.spiritcounts.com

(To contact this author, Email: jmarques01@earthlink.net)

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