As you go about your daily activities, you tend to become caught up in the mundane and routine, often never stepping aside to either look at your life or pausing to become introspective. Unfortunately, this is a common occurrence that steals your awareness of the deeper dimensional experiences you are having. Life becomes, let’s say, like a two-dimensional image rather than a three-dimensional experience. Live engaged in your world, be a participant rather than an observer and don’t let familiarity and routine make you numb to your world. To do so is to lose awareness of the transcendence of your world around you.
Transcendence is a state of being. It is the natural state of existence and a promise that all dimensions are interactive, interconnected and accessible to each other.
Therefore, transcendence is not an escape from the physical world but transcends the physical plane of existence to see and experience it […]
Consciousness is an interactive web of communication between all of its elements. It has been likened to a spider web, and appropriately so; for, like the spider web, any movement within it is felt throughout its entirety. All consciousness is connected and affects all of its individual parts to some degree. Admittedly, those to whom you are more energetically or emotionally connected will have a more obvious influence—but you are affected by all.
“What is that influence?’ and “How is it experienced and transmitted?”
First, what is the influence? We will say this: it is in direct proportion to the energetic resonance of consciousness being transmitted by you. You have experienced this unspoken influence, be it to a loved one’s need or a national cause. How did you know your loved one was in need or why is the time now ripe for social change? Be it two, a few, or […]
All humanity desires that life be easy and effortless. Religions promise a reward for a life well-lived, and proponents of spiritual enlightenment indicate that they have valid measurements for determining your spiritual progress.
The result, in both scenarios, is that humanity is left lacking, discouraged and self-judgmental. The elusive state of ease and effortlessness not only seems unreachable, but its absence is seen as self-condemnation.
The reality for humanity is that life has its challenges and it is often neither easy nor effortless. We disagree that their absence is a gauge of goodness. If that were the case, all the prophets and masters would have fallen desperately short of the mark.
So then are difficulties and challenges humanity’s lot? No, when understood in the light of learning. The intent of this concept is to remove them as a means of measurement of goodness or spiritual enlightenment; for, the master is born from […]