Spiritual ~

We have already seen that the subconscious mind, wonderful though it be, is instinctive merely, lacking inspiration and what we call originality.

All inspiration comes from the Universal Mind, via the super-conscious.
All poets and inspired writers get their inspiration in this way.
This higher mind is not recognized by Psychologists, but it has long
been known to searchers for spiritual truth.

What we get from the subconscious is the outcome of facts and knowledge supplied to it. What we get from the super-conscious is a direct inspiration from higher planes. This higher mind might also be called the Mind of Illumination, for those who can enter into it become illumined, being able to know the Truth and to see things as they are, and not as they falsely appear to the senses.

This limited consciousness in which we live is bounded by our five senses. The universe that we see around us is partly real and partly an illusion.

The real universe is Spiritual and infinite: what we sense is a limited, partial conception of a fragment of it. Our limited, finite conception of the universe is entirely misleading and erroneous, and so long as we rely on sense evidence and the human mind, we remain in darkness and uncertainty. When, however, we can rise into the super-conscious realm, our consciousness expands, transcending the senses and the limitations of the physical plane.

The Spiritual mind is, of course, only accessible to those who are more delicately attuned to its finer vibrations. Nothing worth having can be had without effort, and it is only after much self-discipline that it becomes possible for the student to raise his consciousness to this higher realm and understand life from the standpoint of the Universal Mind.

There is nothing, either mystical or psychical, about the use of this higher mind. One who makes use of it becomes spiritually minded, that is all. He does not go into trances, nor need he become clairvoyant: he simply remains a sane, normal individual, with this difference only making use of more of his mind than does the ordinary individual.

One who can use this higher mind develops that which has been termed “the divine quality of originality.” If ever a person is to rise above the dead level of mediocrity it must be through direct inspiration from higher planes, through his super-conscious mind. If ever a person is to bring forth a new idea which shall enrich humanity and add to the common good, it must come through the higher mind.

One who is properly attuned, becomes, through the super-conscious mind, a recipient of knowledge that is above human, and wisdom that is divine. He knows by direct knowing: he becomes wise through an influx of Divine Wisdom. He can distinguish between the real and the sham, between the gold and the dross: he is also able to see and recognize the right path in existence thing utterly impossible to the mind of the senses and to tread it, thus being led into the only true success and the real good of which his life is capable.

Let it be said here that all Wisdom must come from within. While books and the written word may be helpful, it is the Spirit within the reader that illumines the word and makes it real and true to the seeker after Wisdom.

One who realizes that he is illumined within by the Divine Spirit and that this alone can bring him into real knowledge is well advanced on the path that leads to realization.

The wisdom of the human mind always leads to disappointment. It is based on the evidence of the senses, which is erroneous, therefore its findings must always be lacking in real wisdom. One who relies upon the inspiration of Divine Wisdom has often to decides to take a course of action that is opposed to his best interests. Yet, if he follows the inward Wisdom, he finds that he is always guided aright, and, later, has caused to be devoutly thankful that he followed the gleam.

Shalom ✨

Nature’s Gentleman πŸ’₯πŸ’₯

I know you do my Dear.Β 
BelieveΒ me.
Did you forget in your anguish your many lives you have lived.Β 

I was there with you.Β 

You don’t remember as you are broken from to manyΒ times on earth.Β 

You only remember unforgettable moments.

Your rebirth is waitingΒ for you.Β 

Patience isΒ a virtue.Β 

Patience is Godly.

Suffering is a blessing.

Use it wisely .

Your knowledge you have gained did not come from this life .

You were always gifted with kindness, compassion, love eons past

God believes in youΒ 

Do you remember on this journey all the lives you blessed those around you with your kindness, a gentle smile touched those poor souls you helped.Β 

You touched many lives as Nature’s miracle.Β 

Believe many lives were blessed those you touchedΒ 

This life has given you many blessings and heartaches .

Yours to bareΒ 

Nature’s Gentleman 

Β Shalom for nowΒ πŸ’₯πŸ’₯


Living a Spiritual Life

Remembering who we really are is the first step in awakening to our spiritual path.
Throughout the journey from birth to death, many people choose to question life, strive for improvement, seek out knowledge, and search for the divine. Simply put, this is the essence of spirituality. One’s spiritual practice can take on many forms, because embracing the spiritual is a very personal pursuit. While many people do relate their spirituality to a God or Goddess, this quest for the divine, or oneness with the universe, always springs from within. It doesn’t matter where you find your spiritual path. We are all fundamentally spiritual beings and the essence of that lies in knowing one’s true self and finding a peace that comes from within rather than the outside world. It is in remembering this that we awaken to our personal path.Β Β 

The spiritual path springs forth from a daily routine that reaffirms our personal connection with a purpose or a way of life. Practicing compassion, gratitude, appreciation, forgiveness, generosity, meditation, and taking care of one’s wellbeing can all be a part of one’s spiritual life. If you are new to exploring your personal spirituality, remember that this is a process. You may want to spend a few moments each day giving yourself a spiritual gift. Try a new form of meditation, visit a sanctuary, or explore a specific deity. 

Accepting the importance of spirituality can be a healthy decision, because a spiritual practice tends to include habits that promote healthy living. Take the time to carefully determine the action, thought, and ritual that most speaks to your soul. Remember that your most profound spiritual experiences may also come from the simple intricacies that make up your life. See the interconnectedness of all things. As you explore your “inner work,” you will be walking your spiritual path and feeling your oneness with the universe.