Sharing Inspiration

I’ve been offline a lot recently. I’ve also not made a post sharing inspiring blogposts elsewhere online in a while. So I thought I’d combine the two and go through my neglected RSS reader and pick out some posts that were too good to pass up.

Does Maslow’s hierarchy of needs conflict with Karma? Personally I don’t think so. What needs are met is just an expression OF karma.

Pay Attention to What You Pay Attention To – by Ronnie Carroll. That’s good advice. I’m not so simplistic as to think we should only pay attention to the positive, but I do think it makes an enormous difference to only pay attention to the important things. But Carroll goes one deeper than that: she notes that the exercise of learning to note what you are paying attention to is important practice and I agree.

How High Is Your Vibration? aka superficial questions 🙂

Message to a Friend – Letting Go about how letting go can be hindered by thinking you SHOULD let go. Subtle post.

A theosophically inspired post about unity in diversity: the spiritual reorganization of the civilized world.

Hope you all enjoy as much as I did finding these.

4 thoughts on “Sharing Inspiration”

  1. Then was it not here that I read that Maslow added a category of self-transcendence? That category is just quite relevant to say here….

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