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Two Priceless Skills

2 ó Practice

When you have calmly perceived a problem from your witness vantage point and have determined a better way to deal with the problem, then practice putting this new action into effect. Old tendencies will try to dominate.

It takes regular practice to create a new, more ideal situation, free of old agonies. Patient effort and perhaps a number of failures are usually necessary until, finally, the ideal situation which you glimpsed in your detached state becomes firmly established and a new way of success is achieved.

This form of practice, as a result of detachment, is extremely important, but itís also very enjoyable. Whenever you are practicing dealing with any of the agonies you are cutting through old pains, old tendencies and habit patterns, to establish new life.

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