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December 5, 2013
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carolanne
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smile Not totally new to meditation, but need guidance to help me make i routine and more meaningful. thanks for the opportunit to discover “truth” and grow within. feeling hopeful!

December 15, 2013
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Hello carolanne,

Welcome to the course and our forum. smile

The most important requirement for practising regularly is actually your own inner desire. Once your desire to balance yourself and grow spiritually is solidified, then you will automatically prioritize meditation in your life. You will be your own master and don’t need the encouragement from others to meditate twice daily, morning and evening.

All our best wishes smile

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