Reply To: 4 elements meditation – not finding the whole

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Manita Roose

Rik, I saw an interesting video on YouTube. In Dutch
Universiteit van Nederland
Waarom jij niet hetzelfde ziet als iemand anders
Geeft niet echt een antwoord op jouw vraag, maar wel interessant dat we soms zien wat we verwachten te zien. En daar zit misschien de verklaring in die jij zoekt in je laatste vraag.