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Immerse yourself in the Divine

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I know you are in a hurry to master yourself and the mind. To master the mind means you must get rid of your undigested thoughts. Why are they undigested? Because you have not spent time perfecting them or your actions. [Analyse] what you should be doing, how you should be doing it, and be aware of the causes and effects that you set in motion in your life. You have to perfect your thoughts to digest them.

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