Subjective mind is the term yogis use to identify the flow of thoughts and feelings which move through us automatically. Subjective mind is the reason we usually do what we do and say what we say. Explore your ongoing subjective thoughts and feelings. Discover how you can improve your quality of life by recognizing and working with your subjective consciousness.
Ken Keyes writes that addictive demands are our automatic emotional reactions when we don’t get what we want or expect. He maintains we can improve the quality of our lives by releasing these addictive demands. Such demands relate directly to anger, fear, guilt, grief, arrogance and prejudice. Yogis explain that these fetters restrict our emotions, keeping us from loving and being happy. They usually dominate our awareness unless we attentively recognize and deal with them.
We ask you to commit two hours a week to selfless service. This service can be anything you choose ranging from helping a family member or neighbor to volunteering at a nonprofit organization.
This commitment is solely between you and your inner self.
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