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Randy Krafft

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4 years

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I am 57 years old and 'discovered' Desteni about 4 years ago and, from the first time I heard a Desteni video, was blown away by the Desteni message. Nowhere else can one hear and truly begin to understand how embracing the principle of Equality will assist mankind to realize our true potential to create heaven on earth...

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Latest Vlogs by Randy

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  • 36 Common Cold Catalyst for Self-Expansion?

    I’ve been “fighting” this head cold for about a week and a half which, for me, is truly out of the ordinary, as I haven’t really been what I’d call “sick”, in almost 10 years… Admittedly, I had become somewhat complacent in sticking to my regimen of ingesting and inhaling hydrogen peroxide, drinking a mixture of honey and apple cider vinegar, and taking a couple of other supplements on a regular schedule – if not daily. In these last 9 yrs and almost 11 months since...

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  • 35 Is it a Wonderful Life?

    When I was a freshman in college – 1972-’73 school year – I had this quote posted on the wall in my dorm room:

    I know that you believe you understand what you think I said,

    but I’m not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant.”

    (Years later, I found out it was attributed to children’s books author and illustrator Robert McCloskey.)

    Prominently displayed amidst pict...

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  • Day 34 Who’s Better?

    While reading this excellent blog: Putting Others Down to Feel Better about Ourselves. DAY 322, I was able to see how I do/did/have done this myself – putting others down to make myself look better – to myself – in my own mind. Really. L...

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  • Day 34 Who’s Better?

    While reading this excellent blog: Putting Others Down to Feel Better about Ourselves. DAY 322, I was able to see how I do/did/have done this myself – putting others down to make myself look better – to myself – in my own mind. Really. L...

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  • Day 33 – Partners With Cancer - Wading Through the Muck

    Like most people, I believed that no long term cures for cancer had been found that could be provided to the masses. Worldwide, there are hundreds of organizations dedicated to cancer research that are always needing to raise MONEY so they can fund the research and testing – and millions and millions of dollars have been raised for the cause over the year... Continue »
  • Day 33 – Partners With Cancer – Wading Through the Muck

    Like most people, I believed that no long term cures for cancer had been found that could be provided to the masses. Worldwide, there are hundreds of organizations dedicated to cancer research that are always needing to raise MONEY so they can fund the research and testing – and millions and millions of dollars have been raised for the cause over the year... Continue »
  • Day 32 – Over and Over

    I’m recognizing this re-occurring pattern where I – apparently – need to hear the same message over – and over – and over – then over again – not necessarily before I ‘get’ it but, before I walk the point for real. Whether it’s in our pre-programming or an accumulation of self-conditioning, I have had this tendency to Continue »
  • Day 32 – Over and Over

    I’m recognizing this re-occurring pattern where I – apparently – need to hear the same message over – and over – and over – then over again – not necessarily before I ‘get’ it but, before I walk the point for real. Whether it’s in our pre-programming or an accumulation of self-conditioning, I have had this tendency to Continue »
  • Day 31 Comfort Zone

    Hesitating to start, embarrassed and casting judgment upon myself for my lack of consistency, I sit with hands on keyboard questioning myself. Getting started is the hardest part – because writing about  Continue »

  • Day 31 Comfort Zone

    Hesitating to start, embarrassed and casting judgment upon myself for my lack of consistency, I sit with hands on keyboard questioning myself. Getting started is the hardest part – because writing about  Continue »