“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”
The only way to grow spiritually and intellectually is to seek out new ideas which challenge the way you think. The dominant cultural narrative doesn’t want you to grow. That’s how it controls you.
Can we prove that Spirit exists? Does the Soul exist? If so, how do we do it? Continue reading “Does Spirit Exist? — Proofs for the Human Spirit”
The various vantage points of Spirituality can be understood through the analogy of the black cat.
It is important to take time to daydream, think and contemplate. It gives our intuition time and space to speak to us. Spending time alone is a must. Above all, we should not confuse time alone or seclusion with loneliness.
Alternating movement with stillness is one of the main fundamentals of consciousness exploration. It’s a fundamental part of grounding and centering.
“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
Learn why is this something worth mastering. It promotes the harmonization of external and internal energies. It is the key to balancing seemingly opposite elements. See how this can benefit your life.