One of the fundamental principles of spiritual exploration is to alternate action and rest, movement and silence. It’s a useful tactic for grounding and centering. It helps us normalize growth and accelerate our development.
What’s more important, the source of healing or the result? The pandemic brings clarity to the issue. There’s a difference between physical and spiritual healing.
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. — Adyashanti
This is a process that combines mindfulness meditation with nature. This is a natural process to connect us with nature and unlock its healing properties. We should all be nature lovers, we are part of nature.
The concept of an evil protagonist is a long-standing issue for those with a belief system based on mythological dualism. This raises several questions. For example, why does God allow evil to exist? Why would God create an evil god-like adversary? It’s a problem that opens up many issues.
To awaken, one must realize that one is in a state of sleep, a state of self hypnosis. — George Ivanovich Gurdjieff
When you look into the tunnel, all you can see is darkness. It’s only when you can turn around that you can see the light. Find out which way you are facing.
To be inspired means to dwell in your spirit. Dwelling within our spirit is our natural state. So why is it so hard? Find out how you can learn to live in spirit instead of from the Ego. This can change your life. Continue reading “Inspired Living — This is Living In Spirit”
The Shaman experiences reality through the mind, not the mind. Is reality just a projection of the Heart? Is the Shamanic Journey the link between worlds? Can we learn to see the world with our hearts instead of Ego? Continue reading “Open A Portal to the Spirit World —”