Golden Rules for Everyday Life

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‘Get into the habit of seeing the whole of your daily life, with all the things that you are obliged to do, the events that occur and the beings with whom you have to live or whom you meet in your work as a raw material, a matter that you have to transform. Don’t be passive. Don’t be content to accept whatever comes and submit to events: always add an element to that raw material that will animate, vivify and spiritualize it. This is what the spiritual life really is: the ability to introduce into every activity a yeast capable of catapulting it on to a higher plane. You will ask, “What about meditation and prayer? Where do they come into it?” That is just the point: it is by meditation and prayer that you pick up that subtler, purer element that enables you to give a new dimension to all your acts.’

Excerpts from the Table of Contents
1 - Life: our most precious possession
2 - Let your material life be consistent with your spiritual life
3 - Dedicate your life to a sublime goal
4 - Our daily life: a matter that must be transformed by the spirit
5 - Nutrition as Yoga
6 - Deep breathing
7 - How to recuperate energy
8 - Love makes us tireless
9 - Technical progress frees man for spiritual work
10 - Furnishing your inner dwelling
11 - The outer world is a reflection of your inner world
12 - Make sure of a good future by the way you live today
13 - Live in the fullness of the present
14 - The importance of beginnings
15 - Becoming conscious of mental habits
16 - Attention and vigilance
17 - Sticking to a spiritual path
18 - Practice is more important than theory
19 - Moral qualities are more valuable than talent
20 - Be contented with your lot and discontented with yourself
21 - Spiritual work is never wasted
22 - The regeneration of our physical, astral and mental bodies
23 - Look for spiritual food every day
24 - Periodically review your life
25 - Choosing the means to fit the end
26 - Correct your mistakes immediately... etc.

  • The Yoga of Nutrition
  • Light is a Living Spirit
  • Man's Two Natures, Human and Divine
  • The True Meaning of Christ's Teaching
  • Man's Psychic Life : Elements and Structures
  • Creation: Artistic and Spiritual
  • The Powers of Thought
  • Looking into the Invisible - Intuition, Clairvoyance, Dreams
  • The Path of Silence
  • The Seeds of Happiness

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