Many people think being “spiritual” is working on themselves within. But spirituality has nothing to do with inner work, because: There is no separate self within. That’s not to say that you don’t exist.
Ever have the feeling that something’s missing? Something is not quite right? I’ve had that feeling off and on since a child… in 2010, I realized this feeling was real, why I had it, and what was missing.
Some people think that “…this thing called ego is just the “bad stuff” you don’t like about yourself–and not your very self…You are not who you think you are.”
VIDEO: Cindy shares how suffering was suddenly transformed into and by love and joy, altering her life, and leading to a “direct seeing” in the woods. She describes how love and joy can be used to detach from needing or wanting worldy things, people, or events, and if pursued further, can lead to a direct recognition of Truth.
What is Self-realization? Self-realization does not mean everyone around you perceives you as warm and fuzzy. How they perceive and feel is their business. This is also true before Self-realization. Each is the master and authority of themselves. Otherwise what is the point of Self-realization? Warm and fuzzy does not mean someone else is realized; it means you are feeling warm and fuzzy.
Manifesting: Is what what we experience a mirror of the energies inside our mind?…To conclude, even though ego is an illusion, it shapes what we experience, and so it is a projector…!?
VIDEO: You are seeking answers to why you feel, act, and react the way you do, or maybe you are even questioning who you are. When the student is ready, the teacher appears (to appear).
Things are not as they appear, but…what is an appearance?
When circling is not just circling…
On my walk today, a brisk, windy fall day, a glance upwards gifted me with something new: the sight of hundreds of seagulls flying around each other, high in the air. The first thought was
The new age movement is awash with ideas of creating a new you. Words like growing, learning, expanding, creating, and co-creating are all the rage. But there’s something very shallow about creating something that can be re-created again and again. It points to the non-reality of it all.
When you cruise the categories of the books entered in the “Next Top Spiritual Author” contest, you find subjects like:
Art, Business, Dating, Diet & Nutrition, Divorce, Gardening, Massage, Organizing, Sports, Technology, Travel, and UFO’s. This makes one question exactly what is meant by a “spiritual” author. The contest organizers say “This competition is focused on finding authors who have a message that appeals to the spiritual market. This market, often referred to the “new thought market” offers personal growth and spiritual messages (religious messages are not considered “new thought”). Authors like James Twyman, Neale Donald Walsch, Wayne Dyer, James Redfield, Abraham Hicks, etc – have messages that appeal to this market.”
To me, in the truest sense of the …
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