Alternating movement with stillness is a fundamental principle of spiritual exploration that will increase your success. See how you incorporate this tactic into your practice.
“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
There are people, places, and events from our past inhabit the recesses of our awareness. They are out of sight but not out of mind. So what is our subconscious trying to tell us?
An evil entity or devil is a cornerstone concept for belief systems with a dualistic framework. It presents some theological issues that require circular logic and misdirection to compensate. Examine the problems with the creation of an evil protagonist.
Everyone believes they are too smart to be swindled and manipulated into thinking or doing something. But, even the smartest people are no match for the hypnotic power of mind control techniques. You may be a victim of tactics and not realize it. Want to find out?
Our core beliefs shape and define the inner self and the outer world. We must learn to look below the surface, to see what’s there. We must take responsibility and accountability for our actions. Are you ready to ready for this challenge?
The culture is like a tunnel. When you look into a tunnel, all you see is darkness. You only see the light when you turn around and face outward. Want to find out which way you are facing?
“When you finally grasp the spiritual meaning of ebb and flow, and the changing spiritual tide, you will move more quickly toward enlightenment.” ― Guru Tua
To be inspired means to dwell in your spirit. It is our natural state. So why is it so hard to live in this space? Find out how you can learn to “live in spirit” instead of from the Ego. If you can do this, it will change your life.