We can get scattered as we pursue a spiritual life and we also get caught up in our thinking. It can all lead to minor and major health problems, all impacting our life greatly. We need to ground ourselves in our true natures. From there we can explore fully every thing there is to offer. But know yourself first.
The world comes together in your being. Thinking and sensing are just noises. People seem to love being noisy. What can you perceive clearly with someone screaming in your ears? If you can just be, do you think you will cease knowing? Can you just do? There is a simple way to find your path. You can mark it with little acts of being, moments of moving, just doing, just feeling. The path gets clearer.
“May you be grounded and rooted in love (Ephesians 3:14-19).” Bible
“The foot feels the foot when it feels the ground.” Buddha (Hindu Prince Gautama Siddharta, the founder of Buddhism, 563-483 B.C.)
Remaining grounded, sort of like an electrical circuit. It’s a very broad topic. Every world tradition has spoken of it and its necessity in one form or another. Honestly, if you aren’t pursuing “spiritual practices”, there is a tendency in… Seek More
Wonder and amazement in all. There is no evidence in any discipline to support that we must or even benefit from losing that stance. Some of the worlds famous geniuses have made statements suggesting that the greatness of their achievements… Seek More
Today, I thought we would talk about grounding as knowing the ground you stand on both metaphorically and literally. People do claim they know where they are at and where they are going. On what do they base these claims?… Seek More
Can you have had a thought without first having had an experience? Yes. How is that? Thought is always first. Thought precedes action and reaction, but it precedes itself? Is there no reality before thought? Often times we lose track… Seek More
Spirit is not manifested in form. Spirit is manifested in energy, action potential. This is why new habits are so hard to form, and old habits so hard to break. The spirit sustains those things we have committed to, if… Seek More
Ground in spirit. An interesting paradox in a way. People think of grounding in the material sense. Yes, and do they know where they are and where they are going? Anyone have a clue how to fix the economy? No.… Seek More
If I decide I like standing in the clear flat street under the open sun, but I don’t accept that there are moving cars present on that street, what will happen? Travis pancake. Yes. So how much do people hurt?… Seek More
The things that happen to us are reflections of our soul? They are, but I must emphasize no single part is. Don’t get lost in thinking something like, “I’m sick. I must be spiritually weak or bad.” This is not… Seek More
I thought I would ask a simple question. Where are you? Can you be grounded and not know the ground you stand on? So anyone, where are you? Here. Where is here? Everywhere. Where is everywhere? Inside you, as is… Seek More
How do you know where you are? Relative to other? Landmarks. Who decides what is a landmark? You do. It would have to mean something to you to be meaningful. Actually, only on one side of it. Consensus? Yes. Is… Seek More