I have come to realize that there are almost two worlds. Those who are still knee deep in the capitalist/religious systems and who perhaps might never see the light of day. And those who are "spiritual" in some sense. Who understand that we can't eat money, technology isn't always helpful and that we need to return back to the earth. Nature veneration. Perhaps this is what people meant when they talked of "A new Earth."
Most spiritual practices are quite all consuming. Mostly because they contain a set of values or life path or direction that you ought to follow that will lead you towards your destined goal. Be it if this goal is to be happy, joyful, content, or to be able to seamlessly pass through life without external circumstances having an influence on your internal state of mind. This can be a reason why a spiritual practitioner makes their practice their entire life. The same goes for philosopher too.
1. You get to ground zero. You could not be getting as much customers as before, you could run out of money, it feels like square one but not really. This is the ground zero stage. The stage where you have to relax, reflect, and reset your goals. Determine what has been working and what... Continue Reading →
I think the greatest thing about being self aware is that you are constantly learning and growing. That's what it's about. Noticing your thinking patterns, noticing your negative thoughts, noticing how you are always falling into the space of the past or the future. That's one thing I'm working on—remaining in the now. It's currently... Continue Reading →
I kind of want to scream a little bit. I screamed into my pillow earlier this morning. Working off the energy of the full moon, I did an intention setting/spell craft ritual. Then I pulled some tarot cards for the coming month. Let's just say that it was a manifestation ritual. And it made me... Continue Reading →
The lesson in this is that, sometimes we "check an area" or we learn a lesson or a knowledge and we only look at the surface level but we don't look around, we don't look deep within, we don't see how it relates, we miss vital information like where it came from or why it's there or what else could be learned from it. But when we REVISIT this information or knowledge, or even skills, we might see something that wasn't so hidden but that we missed the first time because we weren't looking indepth.
But my friends know who I am, what I do and what I'm into and they accepted me like that. I was so terrified at first to begin to be myself around them but the statement that those who love you will accept you as you are and get used to you is very much true. They even try to manifest now. Your authenticity is like a seed. You plant it into the world and it will blossom in the lives of those around you.