Everyone believes they are guided by reason. It doesn’t matter if you have deeply held religious beliefs or none at all. Funny thing. Everyone has unexpected common ground in the most unexpected place.
What if you owned a beautiful mansion but only lived in the hallway? That would be crazy right? For many people, this is what life is like. Don’t be one. Continue reading “Living in the Hallway of a Mansion”
“With spiritual work, the terms ‘is’ or ‘are’ become progressively replaced by the term ‘seems to’, which is due to the increasing realization of the degree to which perception is the mask that hinders truth.” – David R. Hawkins
Confusing choice with prejudice differs like night and day. Learn how and why this is important.
“Your inner work serves no purpose unless it has a beautiful outward expression.”— Guru Tua
“You have to understand, most of these people are not ready to be unplugged. And, many of them are so inert, so hopelessly dependent on the system that they fight to protect it.” — Morpheus, The Matrix
Is it possible to have guiding principles without religion? Yes, it is.
Fears are limits, and limits are beliefs. The more beliefs about reality that you have, the less you are able to see. So, the fears we don’t face become our limits a self-imposed prison.
What is normal for the spider is chaos for the fly. Normal is an illusion because what we think is normal depends upon our often narrow frame of reference. Learn why you should expand your awareness.
What is cognitive dissonance and how does it affect you?