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Things work in a particular way.

The fact that there’s a sense of predictability in nature, is what makes science possible 

Nature has a way.

Things we know for certain and things that the we know will always remain a mystery.

And you can experience both.

The physical and the non-physical

The seen and the unseen. 

The science and the art.

This misalignment between your way and nature’s way is the cause of all friction.

It’s the cause of all tension

It’s the cause of all disease

All human distress

And it’s only by realigning yourself with that divine nature that you’ll ever begin to embody your humanity in full.

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