Killing Your Spiritual Teachers

 If we listen to our lives more deeply than the materialism which threatens to deafen our souls, perhaps we can hear life beckoning us to come to terms with very important questions. If you answer parroting the teaching of others, authenticity requires that you kill the authority of your mentors and teachers so that you may know the Mystery personally, in you and through you.

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Still Searching for Your Spiritual/Life Purpose?

 The devil must have labored long into the night to develop such a gem of misdirection as the thought that you must have a “spiritual” or “life” purpose, lest your life be meaningless. I wonder whether instead of your being meant to be this or that, you might simply be meant to Be.

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Will You Regret Not Being True to Yourself?

Palliative care nurse, Bonnie Ware, has written a book entitled, “The Top Five Regrets of the Dying.” The number one regret of dying persons is “I wish I’d had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.” Will you have that regret on your deathbed as you expire to the unlived possibilities of the life that you leave behind?

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Make Time for Your Self

Perhaps you feel exhausted, but you will not take time to rest. Or maybe you’re hungry, but too busy to make time to eat. Maybe your soul cries out for some peace, but all you think of is your next to do list task. We treat ourselves as objects in so many different ways. Yet perhaps the most abusive way in which we lack attunement to ourselves is that we simply don’t make time for ourselves.

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Your Personal Life is Not Expendable

If you’re lucky enough to have a job nowadays, quite likely you’re unlucky enough to be expected to work overtime at the cost of not having a personal life. The presumption of business to treat you as an economic object, not a person, simply reflects how our upside-down society dehumanizes the person.

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