Creating Your Own Path
The first step is easy. Get an inexpensive note book. You will create many of these books. This is your spiritual journey and it starts with a spiritual journal. See you’ve already taken the first step. Answer the following questions.
- What resources are available which teach tools for expanding awareness or exploring higher states of consciousness?
- What do I want to learn?
If you are reading this article, there are several links to get you started. This is your first resource. You can do this. The most important thing is to realize that you should develop your own spiritual path.
Moreover, the stories of other Sages, Avatars, and Gods are only helpful to the extent they provide useful references. With your first step you open the doorway to spiritual freedom. You don’t need to join any organization or religion. Yes, you’ll probably make some mistakes. Learn from these and move on.
Don’t get sidetracked. Don’t confuse the spiritual call with religious doctrine. It’s important to realize that organized religions don’t want you creating your own path. They want to keep you a customer for life.
Constantly test your path. Decide your own pace. Create your own rituals, your own ways. You will find the right people to help guide your way. That’s how easy it is.
Doorway to Spiritual Freedom
Everyone and everything wants to be free. When you are free to think you will automatically begin to create. Your intuition and your analytical mind can work together once you are free from the constraints of propaganda. So, we’ve put together the following tips to help you in creating your own path.
Religions still control much of the cultural narrative. The three most popular religions of the world control have 4 billion members controlling half the word’s population. These are the Semitic religions of Christianity, Islam and Judaism. This makes it difficult to be a freethinker. We hope this article and the following tips will help you achieve as much spiritual freedom as possible.
Seek Tools, Not Teachers
Spiritual technologies are tools for exploring consciousness. They result from generations of research by cultures around the world. These processes stand up to the test of science. They are repeatable and measurable. They do not require belief in religious doctrine. So, everyone who can follow a process can use them. We call the practice of these processes spiritual exploration. These tools are the doorway to spiritual freedom.
You can list these tools in several ways. Some fall into more than one group. We like this simple method.
- Tools to enhance critical thinking. This study of basic logical reasoning along with spotting logical fallacies and logical axioms. Then we also use a comparative analysis. This is a step-by-step way of comparing beliefs between different worldviews. Above all, these tools will help sharpen your ability to discern fact from fiction.
- The Enneagram Personality Profile. This is mostly an analytical tool. It provides insight into the mechanisms of ego, personality, and instinct.
- Seated meditation is often the heart of your spiritual practice. This includes a range from Beginning Meditation and Mindfulness Meditation through Japa Meditation and more advanced Siddhis of Patanjali.
- Moving meditation helps us strengthen the mind-body connection. It is also an important key to our health and wellness. This progression includes several methods of energy collection, such as Forest Bathing, Qigong, and Tai Chi.
- Pathways for expanding and exploring awareness. This progression includes a range of processes from lucid dreaming, the Shamanic Journey and Guided Meditation to third-eye awakening and soul memory awareness. Practical tools to guide your path, a spiritual journal, and automatic writing.
- Healing practices are the final group. This branch includes Pe Jet, Reiki, and Shiatsu. Self-care is also a part of this group and is vital to our overall health and wellness.
Don’t Get Sidetracked
Help Others on the Path
We all want to be free. Creating your own path is the doorway to spiritual freedom. And, the first steps on this journey aren’t as hard as you think. You’ll find own way. You can do this. You don’t need religion. All you need are the proper tools.
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Joseph Campbell & Joseph Campbell’s Book The Hero’s Journey, Wikipedia