Alternating movement with stillness is one of the main fundamentals of consciousness exploration. It’s a fundamental part of grounding and centering.
What’s more important the source or the result?
The question is, what matters the most in healing? Is it the source of the healing process or the result?
“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.” — Carl R. Rogers
“True autonomy arises when we have broken free of all the old structures, all psychological dependencies, and all fear.
The Problem of Evil arises when you start asking right the questions. For example, Why does God allow evil to exist? Or, why would God create an evil god-like adversary? It’s a problem that opens up many issues.
“In order to awaken, first of all, one must realize that one is in a state of sleep, a state of hypnosis”
— George Ivanovich Gurdjieff
The mass hallucination is like a tunnel. When you look into the tunnel, all you can see is darkness. It’s only when you are able to turn around and look out that you see the light. Find out which way you are facing.
To be inspired literally means to be-in-spirit. Dwelling within our spirit is our natural state. So, why is it so hard? Find out why it’s hard to live in-spirit and what you can do about it.
So, is this reality just a projection of the Heart? Is the Shamanic Journey really the link between worlds? Can we learn to see the world with our hearts instead of Ego? Continue reading “Shamans See The World With Their Hearts”