Is the Law of Attraction/Manifesting not working for you? Would you like to know why?
The answer is actually quite simple, but may seem incredibly complicated at the same time. Y’know… like most of our spiritual lessons: Simple when you get it, but crazy complex when you don’t.
When you begin to awaken, you become aware of an entirely new paradigm and perspective of the Truth in the world. But until you become a fully awakened Master, you are most likely still struggling with the balance between the spiritual and physical worlds. They still seem very separate, even though you know there is no separation.
So you use the Law of Attraction (LOA) to manifest that new job, car, partner, … Read the rest
I’m always amazed at the depths we humans go to for the purpose of being superficial.
I realize that the complexity of that sentence will turn 90+% off and they will not read further. That is a shame, because those people will miss out on a very profound observation which will then lead to an even profounder learning.
So the observation that triggered this is rant actually one I’ve posted about on Facebook several times in the last few years: objectification in the name of spirituality, and conversely the avoidance of profound spiritual moments for the sake of superficiality.
Specifically all those memes of pretty, skinny white women in yoga poses or out in a field with some cool new-agey … Read the rest
I know… I’ve been quiet lately. I’ve been going internal and working on new things, mostly myself. And for the most part, I’ve been failing miserably.
Last week, in the marvelous way the Universe works, I was looking for a birthday present for my teenage nephew and came across a book called No Summit Out of Sight, a true story about a 13 year old kid who climbed the 8 highest peaks in the world. I bought a copy for myself as well.
There’s a popular teaching in spiritual circles that what you believe about yourself on the inside is what you will manifest on the outside. While there is SOME truth to this, it is absolutely NOT an absolute Truth.
Most of my life I believed I was unlovable. Yet when I look back, I see that I have been loved my entire life. Now… it is true that I created the FEELING of loneliness, but the reality is that I was never alone.
Most of my adult life, I believed I was poor. Yet somehow I almost ALWAYS had the money to pay rent, bills and eat. Even when I found myself “homeless”, I still was able to secure shelter until … Read the rest