How is Spiritual exploration different from religion? This is a good question and, the answer will surprise you.
We call the processes for expanding awareness and investigating consciousness ― spiritual exploration. Here are the reasons.
What if you owned a beautiful mansion. But you spent your life living 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― A Wasted Life”
“A skeptic is one who prefers beliefs and conclusions that are reliable and valid to ones that are comforting or convenient…— Steven Novell
Does skepticism resonate or conflict with your initial view of ideas and beliefs?
“I am not anti-religious. In fact, I am thankful for the traditions that have preserved and protected the teachings of the ancient spiritual technologies.
The light and warmth of a fire, combined with the rhythm of the drum create an environment to develop common bonds. As a result, fire and drum are the first community building tools.
This is a visual aid showing the nine elements that make up a well-rounded spiritual practice. Not coincidently, these elements are also the foundation of a well-balanced health and wellness program. So, spiritual practice and wellness go hand-in-hand.
”Self-observation brings man to the realization of the necessity of self-change.
Continue reading “Self-Observation the Agent of Change”
“The mind needs exercise as much as the body.” — John Morgan
Spiritual Exploration Verses Superstition
There’s a lot of confusion around all spiritual terminology. Some of this is intentional. So, the following is an attempt to clarify the difference between spiritual exploration and superstition. Continue reading “The Difference Between Spiritual Exploration and Superstition”