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Topic: NTI Daily Lesson: The Driver
Teaching: NTI Daily Lesson: The Driver
Host: Larry Seyer
Class: http://www.acimgather.org
Copyright: © NTI

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The Driver of the Vehicle of Experience

Many of us drive our cars, motorcycles, or bicycles every day and we never give a second thought that we are controlling the machine.

But how many of us remember that we are the drivers of our vehicle of experience?

Do you even know that you are in charge of how you react to the events that happen in your daily life?

It's true!

In each and every circumstance with regards to our experiences, we are in charge of how we 'see' them. We can choose to see them as 'good', 'bad', or even 'wonderful' or 'horrible'.

But how we choose to interpret the experiences is how we drive the vehicle of our experience. We can have the experience of pleasure in every moment of our existence or we can have the experience of pain - or more commonly, comfortable numbness of wandering all over the road of life.

Whatever experience we are having is a result of how we are driving our 'Vehicle of Experience'.

So put on your rose colored glasses and see the world for what it is - nothing to worry about!

Truly, the future is so bright, you gotta wear shades!


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