the Doorway To True Spiritual Freedom

Find The Doorway To True Spiritual Freedom —

Religious freedom requires freedom from religion.  The doorway to true spiritual freedom is about using the proper tools on a path you choose.  It’s not about becoming a follower of a religious sect.   Come and see why this is true.

Are Spirituality and Religion the Same?

We are conditioned to think that religion is spiritual, but they are very different.  Spirituality is an individualized journey.  It’s living with recognition of forces beyond the superficial elements of popular culture.  It involves the practice of techniques for exploring consciousness and developing our potential.

Religion creates a collective delusion.  It substitutes mythology and superstition for facts and evidence.    Spirituality is about achieving clarity of thought.   Religion is about creating an illusion to create customers.  So, are spirituality and religion the same?  The answer is absolutely not.

The Doorway to True Spiritual Freedom

The concept of freedom implies the power to choose.  It means thinking and living without hindrance and restraint.  In the arena of spirituality,

Unfortunately, many people do not have spiritual freedom.  Children are indoctrinated into religions at an early age.  They have no choice.  Some people live in societies where religion has control over the culture.  They must adhere to the dictates of the religion or suffer severe consequences.

So, what is true spiritual freedom?  It means having the freedom to choose to live without religion.  It means having the freedom to choose whether to join a religion or not.  Religious freedom is on a sliding scale depending upon where you are in the world.

Religions By Population

Below is a chart listing religion by population (1).  These estimates are from 2018.  Nearly half the population follows the Abrahamic traditions of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism.  These systems have the most significant impact on the cultural narrative.  They promote philosophies and values from the dark ages — sectarian idealism, bias, and prejudice.

Religions By Population

Concerns of Western Religion

The Abrahamic traditions dominate Western culture.  They portray themselves as doorways to spiritual freedom, but this is just part of the bait and switch tactics they use to make you a customer.

They have a substantial social mass, so even if you aren’t a follower, you feel the effects of their influence because of their colossal social reach.  They dictate values and policies to integrate their doctrines into the dominant cultures.  It takes a lot of work to maintain this paradigm in the modern world.  It’s why you see them carrying guns.  Sure, they believe in God but don’t really expect him to help perpetuate the kind of dogma they have created.

Unbelief is necessary to protect the boundaries of their beliefs.  They learn to reject all the facts that contradict their superstitions.  The ongoing use of groupthink manipulation tactics makes the belief system their identity.  Some people live in cultures immersed in mythology, making living life without religious beliefs nearly impossible.

They are all significant for the absence of any tools of true self-development.  It’s all about establishing folklore as truth.   These religions aren’t new; they are copies.  They combine Egyptian, Babylonian, Persian, and Assyrian mystery religions.  Instead of developing or exploring consciousness, they offer mythology and superstition.  They are cash-flow systems that camouflage their true intentions.  These beliefs have three primary tactics:

1) Mandatory membership and allegiance to a Supreme Being (God or Gods)
2) The justification for what is acceptable and unacceptable behavior and values
3) Belief in the afterlife, or life after death with corresponding rewards and punishments

These concerns and tactics are the opposite of true spiritual freedom.  Exclusivity gives them a sense of superiority and justification for backward prejudiced ideals.  They use group and self-hypnosis, causing a state of delusion.

“Religion can no longer rest its claims on a dogmatic supernaturalism because any dogma that is irreconcilable with tested knowledge must be rejected… One sentence … sums up the dark and deadly pages of Christian history: “If we believe absurdities, we shall commit atrocities.” — Herbert J. Muller

Open the Doorway to True Spiritual Freedom

Our original state is happiness and joy.  We begin life with a blank slate, innocent and curious it’s the perspective that allows us to experience life with an open mind.

We begin life as explorers.  It is our nature to seek answers for the unknown.  This desire to investigate is what makes us excellent spiritual explorers.  All we need is the proper tools and guidance.  We are already perfect in all of our imperfections.

“I do not need to defend my path.  I have no religious beliefs, just tools for exploring consciousness.  These tools with all who are ready to receive them.” — Guru Tua

I wish everyone could find a teacher like Guru Tua.  I hope you find a resource that provides tools for developing your path.  You don’t need beliefs to bind you or blind you.  You only need tools to enlighten.  Happiness is living life with the tools to explore.

Happiness is the state of being which gives us positive feelings such as joy, satisfaction, contentment, and fulfillment.  It’s essential to find out what exactly makes you happy and why.  We need to balance body, mind, and spirit to be satisfied.  Opening the doorway to true spiritual freedom is essential for this equation.

Most people talk about happiness relates to their current situation or circumstances.  Our experiences impact our immediate mindset, but these often fall short of lasting happiness.

For example, you purchase a new car.  You feel “good” about your purchase and how it feels to drive the vehicle.  But, as time goes on, your enjoyment dwindles.  Then the car has a major costly problem and suddenly your feelings about the car change.

On the other hand, happiness is a mindset that enables you to balance the positive and negative.  So, you can be happy but still have a broken-down car.  Happiness is living life with a realistic mindset that balances emotions.

Can You Live Without Religion?

Happiness is Living Life Without Religious Beliefs

Religion comes with ideologies and doctrines filled with harmful prejudice and bias.  Children are trusting and susceptible to religious programming.  Our families and cultures often reinforce sectarian ideologies.  We believe what people tell us is the truth.  We accept prejudices as truth.

So, now you are an adult, at least chronologically.  You have the responsibility to correct your programming for the sake of future generations.  Religion robs us of our natural state of innocence and well-being.  If we are lucky enough to choose a different path, we can find our way out of this trap.

“Religion is a belief in invisible beings, inaudible voices, intangible entities, undetectable forces, and events and judgments that happen after we die.  It, therefore, has no reality check.  And it is therefore uniquely armored against criticism, questioning, and self-correction.  It is uniquely armored against anything that might stop it from spinning into extreme absurdity, extreme denial of reality, and extreme, grotesque immorality.” — Greta Christina

Create Your Own Path

At the beginning of this article, religious freedom starts with freedom from religion.  You have the right to believe anything as long as it does not infringe on the rights of others.

One way to show religious freedom is to express humor in their absurdities and inconsistencies.  Making fun of something does not prevent someone from believing.   For example, if I assert that the God Oden is alive and well, you have the right to make jokes about how silly it is.  You have the right to point out the errors of my thinking.

“We don’t really have to make fun of religion – it makes fun of itself.” — Bill Maher

“Religion should be made fun of; it’s quite ridiculous, isn’t it.  Think about how people spend their lives, they have no idea.  They go around as if this is a fact.  It’s so insane you know.  If I really believed that stuff I’d keep it to myself.  Lest somebody think I was out of my mind.” — Larry David

“Religion itself is an absurdity and an anomaly, and paganism is acceptable only because it represents that purely orgiastic phase of religion farthest from reality.” — H. P. Lovecraft

If your comments lead me to question my beliefs, so much the better.  Maybe it will lead to my awakening?

The Path of Awakening

Everyone has their way of awakening.  And each of us has spiritual gifts to aid in this quest.  These are gifts from our ancestors, which we carry in our spiritual DNA.   We awaken as we open these doors of consciousness.  It requires autonomy and freedom to explore your inner world at your own pace.

Many ancient cultures spent considerable effort to develop techniques for exploring the inner world, and we benefit from generations of their research.  They are the storehouses of methods and processes we call spiritual technologies.

Living life free from religion is preferable.  With fewer boundaries to get in the way, you are free to explore your spiritual truths.  All you need are the right tools.  Many Eastern traditions contain the processes for exploring and developing awareness.

In Conclusion

The doorway to true spiritual freedom lies outside the boundaries of organized religion.  It is not only a hindrance to your spiritual walk; it is a stumbling block to the health of our societies.  So, ridicule the absurdities of religion but be mindful of your audience.

“In this climate — with belief in guardian angels and creationism becoming commonplace — making fun of religion is as risky as burning a flag in an American Legion Hall.” — Wendy Kaminer

Take up the practice of spiritual technologies that expand your awareness.  Don’t fall for the counterfeit of organized religion.

If you have comments or want to present an opposing argument, don’t hesitate to contact us.


(1) List of religious populations by proportion, Wikipedia

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