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The team at Oneself raised more than $12,000 to benefit the charity, the most ever raised at a single event in AC Portland's history.
Bhashkar emphasizes on how to connect deeply and consciously with oneself and others.
They tell of the exactitude of what one makes oneself, or rather what one cobbles together for oneself--the precision that comes from well-protected obstinacy.
She emphasized positive outcomes of knowing oneself and growing oneself, which include the increased ability to lead others.
Lawyer, grandmother, mediator and poet Janet Smith Warfield presents Shift: Change Your Words, Change Your World, a remarkable self-help guide to adapting one's consciousness to help bring peace to oneself and to the planet, one person at a time.
Advice to know oneself is thousands of years old, yet knowing oneself at the deepest level is not easy.
The Giving Chest disburses gifts; its purpose is not to reward oneself, but rather to help others.
While one can delegate certain roles to others in worldly activities and still take the credit for oneself, it is not possible to do so as far as realising the goal of liberation is concerned.
In the editorial you claimed that it was the individual's responsibility to protect oneself against HIV, yet in the "Peddling" article you claimed it should be the responsibility of the party promoter or even the government or AIDS organizations.
Chapters include a Magdalene litany for turning oneself over to become a vessel for Divine Feminine grace, teachings on enlightenment Jesus is said to have imparted to Magdalene alone, a guide to creating one's personal shrine to Mary Magdalene, and much more.
All love is a giving of oneself to some degree or another, but conjugal love is unique in that it is a love that is necessarily exclusive.
Now I think it's more important to be willing to have children than opening oneself up to whatever will be without birth control.