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.
“Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason provides us with a basis for understanding the ineffable nature of the divine. As Kant observes, our experience comes to us within the fields of time and space.” — Joseph Campbell
Some sages say true freedom is learning to observe the active mind, the “thinking machine,” the Observer. Others say to be free; we must reject the cultural narrative. Which approach is better? Are they two different things or just different methods?
Assessing your readiness to learn reveals valuable information to help you in your spiritual quest. Are you ready to learn, and what are the potential roadblocks?
To underestimate is to miscalculate and misjudge. To do so is a grievous error that will cost you dearly. What are you miscalculating?
Discovering who we are and learning how to realize it is the essence of awakening. Find out how to give your inner work meaning and substance. Get in touch with the real you.
Our perception is like a lens in a camera. If we set the lens for close-ups, we cannot see the background. Learn how to reset the camera of perception.
“Sometimes we don’t know the value of the moment… until it is a memory. Exploring our memories and the emotions attached to them is key to finding out what we value, and what we fear.” ― Guru Tua
The term “spiritual life coach” is a new hot commodity. There’s also a lucrative market for those who provide a certification to provide this service. What’s behind this role?
Are you doing the same things repeatedly? If so, you are not alone. There are some excellent reasons. See which of these factors are behind these occurrences in your own life.