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    being......one's true center

    Could you please teach me the meaning of the following context:

    "During illness the quiet way of being we've been examing flows from one's true center. It is focused, authentic, genuine, and accepting of any outcome."

    Also, please let me know if there are any mistakes in this post. Thank you very much!


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    Re: being......one's true center

    Quote Originally Posted by yuheci View Post
    Could you please teach me the meaning of the following context:

    "During illness the quiet way of being we've been examing flows from one's true center. It is focused, authentic, genuine, and accepting of any outcome."

    Also, please let me know if there are any mistakes in this post. Thank you very much!


    YU Heci
    Yuheci-I thought I commented on this before. I think the best way for you to understand would be a person's Chi: Ying and Yang related.

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    Re: being......one's true center

    Thank you for your reply.

    That is the beginning of one paragraph titled as "Prayer and Prayerfulness" , in the book of "HEALING WORDS/ The power of prayer and the practice of medicine" written by Larry Dossey, M.D. in the U.S.A., the whole paragraph is as following:

    "During illness the quiet way of being we've been examining flows from one's true center. It is focused, authentic, genuine, and accepting of any outcome. It is not self-conscious and contains no pity for the "I" who is sick. It is not contaminated by fear of death, and contains no blame or guilt. It does not exclude any therapeutic approach, and may involve using drugs or surgery as naturally as contemplation, meditation, or prayer. It is unconcerned with tragic outcomes, even death, for it rests in the understanding that one's higher Self is immortal and eternal, and cannot die."

    It seems not related with Chi, Ying or Yang.

    If you have found any new ideas about my questions please let me know. I appreciate your help very much.

    Best regards,

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