When we mistake the two aspects of our nature for one another, as most people usually do, we experience conflicts in our lives, some of which may seem sometimes endless and even seemingly insurmountable. These can be internal conflicts, conflicts with our family members and/or friends, as well as conflicts on societal levels. On the contrary, when we are able to properly distinguish between these aspects and apply that knowledge to our daily lives, the level of stress, anxiety and depression we experience diminishes greatly. In addition, our interactions with others improve, which benefits them as well as us, and our role in society deepens.
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This is the second pillar of eight. The first pillar is available on Smashwords, and the rest will be available shortly. Reading Reality and the Truth: Pillar One is highly recommended before reading this book, but not mandatory.