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- Michael Mirdad interview
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- Buddhist Texts Through the Ages
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- Blavatsky Christmas and New Year Quotes
- Theravada Buddhist quotes about happiness
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The rest of my spiritual newsletter containing: Short Quotes, Editorial and Clara Codd on the Yoga of Motherhood.
4 thoughts on “Spiritual Quotes, Buddhist texts, ACIM, You’re not crazy and Quizzes…”
Our beliefs are very important. Not only do our beliefs greatly affect our current day-to-day lives, more importantly, our beliefs will greatly affect our afterlife.
And so I’d like to share these three spiritual beliefs with you:
1) We are all Perfect, Eternal/Timeless Spiritual Beings living in a realm of Perfect Harmony.
2) Yet it seems to us that we are imperfect human beings living in an imperfect world. Why?
3) Eventually, we will all return back Home to our original state of existence: Perfect Eternal/Timeless Spiritual Beings living in a realm of Perfect Harmony.
How to practice these beliefs:
Our first thought after we awake should be a positive, spiritual thought, looking forward with “positive expectancy” towards the new day. For example, we can repeat belief #1.
Sometime during the day read beliefs #1 and #2, ending with asking the question Why? Then spend some time silently waiting for a reply. We all have an Internal Guide/Spiritual Companion that will lead us towards Harmony.
Our last thought of the day should also be a positive, spiritual thought, looking back on the day with “gratitude”, looking forward with “hope and trust” to awaking from sleep one step closer to Harmony. For example, we can repeat belief #3.
That’s all there is to it. Try this for 30 days. If you find that it benefits you, continue; if not, don’t.
Wishing you Harmony,
A New Spiritual Messenger
The above comment by A New Spiritual Messenger reminds me of an old Theosophical saying (attributable to Shirley Nicholson?): We go from unconscious perfection to conscious imperfection to conscious perfection.
That pretty much says it all, doesn’t it?
“ To conceptualize is to consider. To realize is to be.” ~ Kalix Sky
I found my way alone. Sure, now I read things that make it seem so easy. I found awareness the hard way. Finally comfortable with what I’ve realized and comfortable with that which used to be new and scary to me…now I have a deep feeling of loneliness. No one in my life understands me, so I wait for them to find this place too. Anyone know this feeling? thanks
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