Browsing the archives for the Thoughts For the Day category

Does evil exist? (or “The Science of Duality”?)

Does evil actually exist? Can we really truly say that a person, or thing, or idea is “Evil?” Please take 10 seconds to think about that. Are paedophiles evil? Was Hitler / Stalin / Mao / Pol Pot evil? What about ideas? Can a concept like communism / fascism be called evil? One thing that’s [...]

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June 21, 2011 in RPT theory and teachings, Thoughts For the Day
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Freedom lost: Why governments take our freedom and why we let them

Today we visited the “Terror Museum” in Budapest.  It’s housed in the former offices and torture headquarters of the Fascist Party (WWII) and the Hungarian communist “KGB” (1945-1990). As half my family are Hungarian refugees (the other half are Polish refugees), I came to Budapest to explore my roots and see whether ancestral memories or [...]

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May 30, 2011 in Financial freedom / Lifestyle design, Thoughts For the Day
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Update from Ukraine – wonderful news about our courses

Greetings from Ukraine where we are teaching in a wonderful healing spa “sanitarium” near Kiev.  This is truly the most fantastic venue, set inside a beautiful forest surrounded by a lake.  After cold and noisy Moscow, this is heaven indeed. I’m logging on to send this quick update because I know many of you are [...]

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May 22, 2011 in Thoughts For the Day
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Announcement: New Level 3 course dates (UK and USA)

Friends, Evette and I are excited to announce our our first set of Level 3 course dates for 2011.   A big thanks to the 100 people who filled in our recent survey, it was a huge help to get your feedback. As a result of your feedback we will be sticking with Los Angeles as [...]

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May 12, 2011 in Thoughts For the Day

Do you believe in Divine Intervention (Great video!)

We’ve had lots of discussions on this blog about whether there’s such a think as divine intervention. Maybe this video will settle something? (probably not!) This was sent to me today by our Russian promoter Dmitry who joked that it might convince me of something! If nothing else, it’s a brilliant video. So enjoy, and [...]

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April 24, 2011 in Thoughts For the Day

Level 3 course survey: let’s hear your preferences

Hi friends of RPT Are you interested in taking the Level 3: Mastering the Miraculous course this year? We would like your input to help us schedule our Level 3 courses at the best times and locations for our students. If it were up to me alone I’d do all my courses here in heaven [...]

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April 11, 2011 in Thoughts For the Day

Dealing with criticism – how do I do?

As I’ve written about before, if you aren’t attracting some criticism and debate then you aren’t doing your job right. [See: My article about Speaking My Truth and Tim Ferriss on Benefits of Pissing People Off.] My job is to get people thinking about new ideas. Some of you love my ideas. Some of you [...]

March 31, 2011 in Thoughts For the Day
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Are gut feelings misleading?

In yesterday’s blog about the dangers of sharing spiritual beliefs, I mentioned the conundrum I often experience when people get a strong feeling or gut instinct that they disagree with me. I think many people make intuitive decisions based on gut instincts. That seems to be a good thing, but if they don’t understand their [...]

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March 30, 2011 in RPT theory and teachings, Thoughts For the Day

The danger of challenging people’s beliefs

I have written several times about the dangers of sharing my beliefs.  I have some further thoughts to share on this topic, drawing on reader’s comments and the general feedback I get. I keep making mistakes… and learning. The last time I wrote about this I focused on my fear that people will judge (and [...]

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March 29, 2011 in Thoughts For the Day
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Do you believe in divine intervention?

As promised in recent posts, I want to share some of my spiritual beliefs and start to explain them. The specific question which I asked you a few days ago was: what do you think about the apparent “divine intervention” which saved Evette and I from teaching in Tokyo when the earthquake hit? In the [...]

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March 16, 2011 in About Simon, Thoughts For the Day
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