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Simone Eggar
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 Posted: Wed Jul 28th, 2010 05:37 pm
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My name is Simone, I live in England. I first discovered Abraham two years ago. I can say from my heart, my very being I have never, never found or felt so much love and a feeling of so much "right " (I know extremely bad English) as I do from Abraham. I have read all the books, have a number of DVDs and CDs and everytime I play, listen or read I always find something new. For many years  I had been asking for truth regarding many different aspects of life, religion, death or you name it, it has always seemed a quest of mine to understand what is it all about. I have never believed that we are meant to suffer, or to apologise for being here. If you had been brought up a Catholic you would understand what I mean. I am a therapist and my sole purpose in my work even before Abraham was for people to align with their own power. Harder than you think with all the concepts of God, the Peanut Gallery and what appears to be a very solid reality. Yet I will admit at times I too find I am drawn back to the reality that appears solid and real. I too ask how have I created this? So at times I appreciate how hard it seems to be to move up the emotional scale and align with your source.  But, a very big but, when you do it appears so easy you wonder why it took you so long. 

Simone

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 Posted: Wed Jul 28th, 2010 05:52 pm
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Simone Eggar wrote: My name is Simone, I live in England. I first discovered Abraham two years ago. I can say from my heart, my very being I have never, never found or felt so much love and a feeling of so much "right " (I know extremely bad English) as I do from Abraham. I have read all the books, have a number of DVDs and CDs and everytime I play, listen or read I always find something new. For many years  I had been asking for truth regarding many different aspects of life, religion, death or you name it, it has always seemed a quest of mine to understand what is it all about. I have never believed that we are meant to suffer, or to apologise for being here. If you had been brought up a Catholic you would understand what I mean. I am a therapist and my sole purpose in my work even before Abraham was for people to align with their own power. Harder than you think with all the concepts of God, the Peanut Gallery and what appears to be a very solid reality. Yet I will admit at times I too find I am drawn back to the reality that appears solid and real. I too ask how have I created this? So at times I appreciate how hard it seems to be to move up the emotional scale and align with your source.  But, a very big but, when you do it appears so easy you wonder why it took you so long. 

Simone

Hi Simone :)

Welcome aboard.  I'm new here as well.  Just wanted to mention that I know where you're coming from and at times struggle with it.  It feels true that we are not here to suffer or apologize for being here. 

I'll be in your country here in about a month for vacation with my aunt. 

Blessings,
Tosha

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 Posted: Fri Jul 30th, 2010 01:19 pm
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Simone Eggar wrote: I am a therapist and my sole purpose in my work even before Abraham was for people to align with their own power.

My heart sings every time I meet someone that understands this is the purpose of therapy.  I am a minister and my sole purpose is to help people understand they have their own pipeline.  But remember Simone, we are teaching by example.  Welcome to the "real" world.

Karen Steil, Genius Creator


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