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    1. God does not interfere with our choice of events, even after we have ignored the internal warnings that we perceive

    2. Who we seek to be? How much we are willing to share? We experience the balance of our thoughts on this physical plane because everything we perceive to be is hardwired to a power that is eager to please, without judgement

    3. It requires you to focus your mind at one point and stilling the mind in order to perceive the self

    4. It means focusing the mind on one point, stilling the mind in order to perceive the Self

    5. Failure to perceive the spiritual principles of the leadership involved in the eldership has led to many destructive, devastating, and disastrous results in too many churches

    6. perceive it as a gift of perfection, it is helpful to

    7. When we are truly practicing kindness, we don’t even perceive that we are being kind

    8. "I don't have information on our crew's bedding habits, but I perceive Luray to have concern for her companion's character also

    9. The rendering of my wife's body, the dinner, the candlelight, the music, the smells of the food, her perfume and her body itself was all fine, at least as good as my mortal senses could ever perceive

    10. clusters that are carefully tuned to perceive and interact

    11. Peter includes us in the prayers by name; this hits Simon – I hear his sharp intake of breath - this whole brother/vicar thing has depths for both of them which I can only dimly perceive

    12. to perceive whether the arm is staying locked or

    13. against? How would something perceive that change and offend against your

    14. with what they perceive being content with listening and observing

    15. But as she lay there, drugged and dreaming, she gradually began to perceive the inside of Thom’s experimental chamber

    16. You are having an experience that you perceive as a personal attack

    17. or perceive within yourself

    18. We perceive our life as not being the way it should be

    19. In here Jorma could dimly perceive that they were in a room filled with racks and racks of hanging files down narrow aisles off this central one

    20. movement that you perceive is just an effect of the

    21. They live lives of secrets and intrigue and worry about their status and how others perceive them

    22. It will not grow quickly enough for you to perceive the achievement in real time but its roots will search and collect particles over particles from within the Earth

    23. What we perceive as reality is not necessarily others people's ones

    24. ¾ When completed, it lives its "normal" life, the duration we perceive varying from anything close to 0 milliseconds to eons

    25. When it will be over, you will perceive and remember it the very same way you perceive and remember your nocturnal dreams

    26. However the last word has not been spoken yet and that moment is far into the future as humans perceive it

    27. And that particle, what is it made of? Where does it come from? What intelligence makes it a reality? Now close your eyes and try to perceive what you are part of

    28. 2) The reality we perceive can be modified at will, this new reality totally eclipsing the former one

    29. Could the human mind be connected to a higher intelligence that is sending its commands wirelessly? Are human minds receiving messages from superior intelligence entities? Do we all have in our brain or mind a voice/text mail box that is operating so silently that we do not perceive it? We don't know for sure but it looks like a very good explanation to some of the following questions: Where do our thoughts come from? How are our ideas generated? Who is the creator of life that is capable of reproducing itself while developing and improving? What is the purpose of life?

    30. Many people would immediately perceive that they had more of this paper than was necessary for transacting their business at home; and as they could not send it abroad, they would immediately demand payment for it from the banks

    31. I couldn't perceive them clearly but they streamed down to me and their vibrations were like a test

    32. Given his history in the Great War and his sinister reputation all of these years later, Carius could not help but perceive an odd parallel between the two things

    33. But she could readily perceive the deeply felt emotion of them, noticing his eyes watering as he embraced each of DRAFT

    34. As the boy-with-the-ball illustrates, the way you perceive what happens forces you to rely on memory

    35. Given the way in which you perceive the world, how much can you really know about it? I hope you can conclude that there is a lot more you could know, right now, if only you open yourself to looking, listening, and experiencing the world as it is

    36. As mentioned in Chapter 2 — and I believe it can’t be stressed enough — Swami Satchidananda echoes these ideas, saying that, depending on how you perceive the world, “The same world can be a heaven or a hell

    37. You change the way you perceive the world by changing your internal experience

    38. As I say in Chapter 4, quoting Swami Satchidananda, depending on how you perceive your situation, “the same world can be a heaven or a hell

    39. ” Then she extended her gaze and saw for herself that indeed she could easily perceive the star systems around them

    40. But the Elf could perceive clearly that these were not ordinary folks at all

    41. perceive the different universe you have created; at least,

    42. perceive what is actually there, you see what your mind

    43. Moreover, everything you perceive is in the past

    44. perceive it to be there

    45. And that is true of everything you perceive

    46. Everything you perceive has already happened

    47. we perceive the polarity in time of past and present

    48. It was difficult – even with his enhanced visual aid – to perceive it as a fixed object, but instead it blurred in an intense vibrational state

    49. ’ of a voice that came through was to slow to perceive as words

    50. It was now just becoming first light when you can first perceive night’s shadows and outlines and begin to interpret what they are

    1. And Eli perceived that the LORD had called

    2. For about two years now I have entered a very interesting phase of my life, since I have more and more psychic experiences; yet, I have also perceived certain paradox incidents which appear more and more frequently, surrounding me like a Sonic War: At daybreak, when I do the most important meditation exercise of the day, there is incredible mobility in the block of flats next to my house: A number of cars come and go continuously in and out of their outdoor garage, which happens to be right next to my bedroom window! Even earlier, from 4:00 to 6:00 am (no exaggeration) they race engines incessantly and/or slam car doors uncountable times! Why, indeed? Only God -or Satan- knows! The fact is that more often than not I can hardly sleep, I feel exasperated and I can't meditate properly

    3. Ash had selflessly given his life to protect what he perceived to be most important

    4. That the creature he saw was not what he perceived; it was a shape-shifter, a killer, and it must be destroyed

    5. In other words, at some point he perceived that I had

    6. were amazed by what Drew had perceived as an infant,

    7. been installed as part of the government’s response to the perceived

    8. I perceived that I was standing in the

    9. move beyond her past and the way that she perceived

    10. past experiences, which are often created out of reaction to perceived

    11. 45And when the chief priests and Pharisees had heard his parables, they perceived that

    12. I perceived that this also was a chasing

    13. That victim will, as in the rest of the examples from the animal kingdom, be the one perceived to be weakest or most vulnerable; a child instead of the parent, a pet instead the family for example

    14. smugly at the perceived complement

    15. He had never perceived that there could be such vastness in the world, nor that he should be a part of it

    16. Mackie, who looked up at him with a mixture of what Harry perceived to be mild contempt and incredulity

    17. He omitted the opportunity to exercise any expression of what might be perceived to be gloating, ignored Ralph's obvious quiet rage at the turn of events, and got straight to the task at hand

    18. perceived power the abuser has over them, reducing

    19. I found after I came about two miles up, that the tide did not flow any higher, and that it was no more than a little brook of running water, very fresh and good; but this being the dry season, there was hardly any water in some parts of it—at least not enough to run in any stream, so as it could be perceived

    20. Because I could not accept the contradiction I perceived in such type of message, I did what I always do when I see no solution in sight

    21. You will "open your eyes" in a different dimension of the Universe and realize that what you perceived as hard reality was made of a substance that you describe as your imagination in your present state of being

    22. Anxiety through intimidation for perceived

    23. Because audio has a higher perceived value,

    24. Video products are once again another perceived notch up the scale in

    25. pat; I perceived it more as a punch

    26. increase the perceived value and therefore the price point

    27. An audio product has a higher perceived value than an e-book

    28. perceived value, comes an increase in the amount you can charge

    29. If you want to create a video product, the higher perceived value means you

    30. Use a product image that creates high perceived value

    31. The storm-darkened sky, beautiful in its dusky radiance, was a dire signal to cut her perceived losses and seek refuge for the night

    32. Her mother Corcyra, who had made a living collecting all that the world offered for potion-making, often lamented the lack of general interest she had perceived when it came to the serious study of such organic treasures

    33. It represents actual or perceived limitations

    34. He never relented once he seethed at some perceived offense

    35. “If the Legion is perceived to be incapable of or uninterested in stopping the killing, especially by DRAFTChapter 19 501

    36. Being overwhelmed by the perceived massiveness of the task

    37. with a high perceived value and a price well above $20

    38. activity as the image perceived

    39. This value can be either real or perceived; but it is,

    40. Raiya nevertheless got the impression he was revelling in his perceived status

    41. Now he was seeing them as they truly were: a civilisation perhaps a millennia ahead of humans, yet still flesh and blood; fearful, paranoid about their perceived threats from humanoid races displaying a potential for galactic spread

    42. It was as if they wanted to preserve a life, an admittedly comfortable life (since it was only the preserve of the wealthy), to live for a perceived thousand years, when in reality it was only a hundred

    43. It perceived the United States as a free

    44. body tighter in his anger, seething with the perceived manipulation

    45. To break the perceived

    46. He perceived the slightest thing as an attack on his person, and he responded accordingly with venom

    47. I certainly hadn’t felt that way when I had first walked into that room, but that is the way they had perceived me

    48. They could still interact with their friends and relatives, who in turn shared this hyper-conscious experience in what maybe thought of as cyberspace: some commonly perceived point of reference

    49. It was rare for Alit’aren or Ael Tarael to enter this part of the camp unless there was a perceived danger of an attack

    50. There was a perceived sense of urgency with mortals; most would be fully raised by their twenty-first year

    1. How physical man perceives himself is very important

    2. As your brain perceives these tones, it creates a ―pulse‖ that triggers a different brain wave frequency

    3. 41And why beholds thou the mote that is in thy brother's eye, but perceives not the

    4. "In desperation, to preserve what it perceives as its own life

    5. assumptions that affect the way an individual perceives

    6. American Community whose ―converts‖ generally fall into one of two groups: Its more radical members with traditional ―axes to grind‖ who have lost confidence in the American way of life or notions of a color blind society and a softer version that perceives the Christian Community as an extension of an oppressive ―White Society

    7. He’s lashing out at a system that he perceives as unjust, due to an inequitable distribution of resources

    8. Said another way the differences really are a warp in the way the mind perceives how to cope in society

    9. 21 His sons come to honour, and he knows it not; and they are brought low, but he perceives it not of them

    10. That perceives itself by a soul

    11. strengthens her arms; she perceives that her merchandise is good; her candle goes not out by night; she lays her hands to the spindle,

    12. Tom Bethell a senior editor at The American Spectator, perceives that liberals are convinced that renewables such as wind and solar can form a viable substitute for oil and coal within a few years

    13. ” The Court has interpreted a Constitution designed to guarantee the right to exercise religious beliefs, Scruton perceives, “as an instrument of suppressing them

    14. Former Berkeley professor of linguistics John McWhorter perceives that an American society that relies on the spoken rather than the written word is a society that “marginalizes extended, reflective argument

    15. That liberation, Scruton perceives, was not only liberation from “truth and reason,” but also “from the very thought of the human community as something more important than yourself

    16. When blacks move “beyond grievance” and begin to succeed “by dint of their own hard work,” Steele perceives, the entire grievance structure becomes redundant

    17. ence whatever it perceives it takes to be itself

    18. he perceives is the person; the witness who stands aloof, un-

    19. The buyer will buy from you when he perceives the

    20. feels that the other is listening, even though each of us perceives the meaning of the spoken words

    21. A leader can become angry when he perceives a rebellion taking place in his organization

    22. But savage man, living dispersed among other animals, and finding himself betimes in a situation to measure his strength with theirs, soon comes to compare himself with them; and perceives that he surpasses them more in adroitness than they surpass him in

    23. After collapse, the lens of the biological eye facilitates the conscious capture of retinal images of these holograms of objects and sends them to the brain for further processing and holographic storage (in the void and as represented in the brain) — which in turn determines the nature of the future holograms it perceives

    24. There one perceives everything as forms of consciousness or information, just as a man can close his eyes and realise that he exists, even though his body is invisible to his physical eyes and is present only as an idea (or useful information) to him

    25. cal entity) for a while, it discards its appearance and he perceives nothing,

    26. loves and hatreds: he perceives the predominant tendency of his life and the

    27. saying goes “the mind that perceives the

    28. ‘Tis beautiful, attainable, a thought away from being known: what one perceives, one manifests according to one’s consciousness

    29. Again, the body perceives a treat and will replace the lost water at the first opportunity

    30. perceives the human as an easy kill (an unarmed human)

    31. It is not always the expression, the physical outward view of the emotion that a person perceives in another that makes them react in a certain manner or behavior, it is the energy being expressed through these areas in that one person that are being received and interpreted by the viewer that have the greatest impact

    32. because of the evil (he perceives) of that whereof he has

    33. within it, how coachee perceives things

    34. The choice of extremes is the only one he perceives because he does not know himself well enough to be an equal

    35. The universe perceives itself

    36. The watcher perceives and interacts back with the projector, and so the perpetual interaction cycle continues

    37. It’s something to do with the signal, and how the brain perceives it

    38. The average investor perceives a crisis rather

    39. perceives to be in his way

    40. The man understands why he perceives

    41. Whatever determines the outcome, it must be strongly correlated with what the group perceives to be its needs and firmly founded upon its definition of an acceptable life

    42. It simply proves one more time that a human consciously perceives only a small part of that diverse 187

    43. It perceives everything as is: if we suggest to someone that he is a singer, and he has never sung in his life, he will sing

    44. The mind is that part of you which perceives

    45. That is, a person adjusts to a completely different frequency of reality and consequently perceives this world only as the lowest illusion

    46. • One who perceives the Oneness of God in all things and

    47. The mind lying in the abyss of ignorance perceives through one who

    48. The race perceives things coprehended unconsiously

    49. ‘‘The man who perceives, in whatever he is doing, whether hear-

    50. the intellect, the refined mind that has been curbed by yog, also ceases to be because it is absorbed in God, the worshipper perceives him through

    1. you are used to perceiving the world around you

    2. Going beyond thought is perceiving with interpretation or labeling

    3. Then, they all crossed themselves devoutly, perceiving that this

    4. Perhaps it‘s because the sudden awareness of something or someone does not provide ample opportunity for (pause) or thoughtful reflection; that is to say, having been taken off guard, it is ―reduced‖ to (merely) observing and/or reacting willy nilly, rather than properly perceiving (and assimilating) new 47

    5. The morbid humor of perceiving the melodramatic occultist in this

    6. The morbid humour of perceiving the

    7. water, then how could it imagine any other way of perceiving the world than

    8. And you yourself, he continued earnestly, perceiving me alone

    9. Sometimes perceiving the recurrent lessons of history could be an exercise in subtlety

    10. On Thursday morning we slept in until 9:30 AM and Kelly was extra attentive, perceiving that our relationship had gone to the next level with the meeting of my parents

    11. Eleazar also, surnamed Savaran, perceiving that one of the beasts, armed with royal harness, was higher than all the rest, and

    12. gat knowledge of it, he sought for to kill him 33 Then Jonathan, and Simon his brother, and all that were with him, perceiving that,

    13. 26 But Alcimus, perceiving the love that was between them, and

    14. Maccabeus saw that Nicanor began to be churlish to him, and that he entreated him more roughly than he was wont, perceiving that

    15. perceiving shows that you are not what you perceive

    16. Q: But is there such a thing as perceiving without naming?

    17. I’m neither the perceived nor the perceiver; I’m the perceiving

    18. M: Not even the perceiving, but that which makes all this pos-

    19. perceived are conceptual, the fact of perceiving is actual

    20. their perceiving, thinking consciousness is separated from their physical body at a location in

    21. And to his perceiving the thoughts

    22. 43 Eleazar also surnamed Savaran perceiving that one of the beasts armed with royal harness was higher than all the rest and supposing that the king was on him 44 Put himself in jeopardy to the end he might deliver his people and get him a perpetual name: 45 What for he ran on him courageously through the midst of the battle killing on the right hand and on the left so that they were divided from him on both sides

    23. 32 But when Bacchides gat knowledge of it he sought for to kill him 33 Then Jonathan and Simon his brother and all that were with him perceiving that fled into the wilderness of Thecoe and pitched their tents by the water of the pool Asphar

    24. 51 They therefore that followed on them perceiving that they were ready to fight for their lives turned back again

    25. 26 But Alcimus perceiving the love that was between them and considering the covenants that were made came to Demetrius and told him that Nicanor was not well affected toward the state; for that he had ordained Judas a traitor to his realm to be the king's successor

    26. 30 Notwithstanding when Maccabeus saw that Nicanor began to be churlish to him and that he entreated him more roughly than he was wanting perceiving that such sour behaviour came not of good he gathered together not a few of his men and withdrew himself from Nicanor

    27. The drovers that were left, perceiving their sudden peril, quickly stampeded the animals after the fleeing throng

    28. " By this Peter perceiving his suffering to be understood returned into the city

    29. But immediately Jesus perceiving in His spirit that they so reasoned within themselves knowing their thoughts said to them "Why do you reason these things in your hearts? Why are you reasoning so? Why do you think evil in your hearts?

    30. Immediately Jesus perceiving in Himself that the power had gone out from Him turned around in the crowd and asked "Who touched My clothes? Who touched Me?" When all denied it Peter and those with Him said "Master the multitudes press and jostle You and You say 'Who touched Me?'"

    31. Jesus perceiving the reasoning of their hearts took a little child and set him by His side in their midst and said to them "Whoever receives this little child in My Name receives Me

    32. The drovers that were left, perceiving their sudden peril, quickly stampeded the

    33. This means that emphasis was placed in perceiving events in aggregate

    34. ‘Each person is at each moment capable of remembering all that has ever happened to him and of perceiving everything that is happening everywhere in the universe,’ he says

    35. "knowing" itself is the product of thinking rather than perceiving

    36. Awareness is wasted on going through the library, the internal simulator instead of being focused on perceiving reality as it is happening now

    37. I looked for my sisters with my eyes, found them in my backs, getting up also, with Bartolomeo, which perceiving the stir was trying to hide under the carpet that was lying unfolded in one of the corners

    38. The great dragon stared with a seething intensity at the shooting star, perceiving the last and only real power that might stand a chance of halting the spread of the fire

    39. While cooling their heels as lifers there, both of them took it all stoically, perceiving themselves as the martyrs of a cause

    40. " And the woman, perceiving the disapproval of the apostles, left her waterpot and fled to the city

    41. 3 When the Pharisees from Jerusalem, together with other scribes and lawyers who sat with them, heard this pronouncement by Jesus, they began to say to themselves: "How dare this man thus speak? Does he not understand that such words are blasphemy? Who can forgive sin but God?" Jesus, perceiving in his spirit that they thus reasoned within their own minds and among themselves, spoke to them, saying: "Why do you so reason in your hearts? Who are you that you sit in judgment over me? What is the difference whether I say to this paralytic, your sins are forgiven, or arise, take up your bed, and walk? But that you who witness all this may finally know that the Son of Man has authority and power on earth to forgive sins, I will say to this afflicted man, Arise, take up your bed, and go to your own house

    42. We are only students, and we would know the truth about a matter which troubles us; our difficulty is this: Is it lawful for us to give tribute to Caesar? Shall we give or shall we not give?" Jesus, perceiving their hypocrisy and craftiness, said to them: "Why do you thus come to tempt me? Show me the tribute money, and I will answer you

    43. This is the same perspective that leads to perceiving concepts as

    44. So how can we start perceiving a different range of frequencies in the earth environment template?‖ By letting go of our judgments, beliefs, opinions, and fears on an individual player level

    45. Perceiving the potential of this new technology, he predicted that they too would bring the ‗Omega Point‘ even closer

    46. – PERCEPTION - Act or faculty of perceiving through the intellect or

    47. He counters feelings of emptiness from this lack by not giving up anything he already possesses, justifying his selfishness through perceiving himself as more important than other people

    48. You don’t understand why he needs to have it so loud, and you have difficulty perceiving your friend’s want for loud music as a feeling

    49. Perhaps then, there is something fundamental that stops us perceiving those dark, powerful areas of our souls

    50. perceiving his design, stung him in the foot

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    perceive comprehend appreciate apprehend sense discern grasp see descry discover distinguish note notice