Tag: William LePar

The Key to Changing Our Outlook on Life

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In this particular quote from William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, they give us the keys to changing our outlook, those attitudes about life that we wish were different.



Time and Our Involvemen - Einstein's Perspective - Part 2

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The Council: So, then when you do become closer to the light or in your experience of growing toward the light you visualize it as a form or a speed or a travel experience or an awareness.



The Many Facets of the Divine

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I hope that this information from The Council will give everyone some additional thoughts on the nature of the Divine Creator of all.



Alzheimer's

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Recently there was a episode on CBS talking about Alzheimer's disease. Many years ago William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, addressed this issue.



How to have a positive day

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In this particular quote from The Council they advise us how to avoid negativity in our day-to-day lives.



How the Pyramids were Built

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I thought for this posting, I would offer something a little different. This comes from a series of trances when we were discussing the spiritual history of mankind.



A Personal God? Part 2

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All of man's most incredible achievements, all the greatest special effects spectaculars created by Hollywood, all that together doesn't even come close to comparison.



Healing Part 3 - How we can stimulate the right side of the brain.

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Healing Part 3 - How we can stimulate the right side of the brain.



The Many Aspects of Prayer - Why prayers seem to go unanswered

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In this bit of information from William LePar’s spiritual source, The Council, they answer a question which I am sure most of us have asked many times: “Why was my prayer not answered, especially



Thoughts for the coming year

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William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, tells us that the first step in spiritual development is an active love.