Many of us have found our way to the inner journey of spirit after either rejecting conventional religious structures and practice, finding them self contradictory and unsatisfying, or seeing that the scientific materialism we grew up with failed to explain our personal experiences with the mystical and mysterious situations that repeatedly irritated our culture’s assumptions and norms…
I remember my first, very vivid, lucid dream. It was really hard to accept for me at the time. The first instance that I remember was walking through our house around the age of 14-15, maybe. It started with me, just all of a sudden, walking through the house and wondering why it was so bright. Inside the house it was brighter than the brightness of a normal moon. The sky outside appeared brighter through the windows than a normal moon too. Everything seemingly had a glow to it.
As human beings we sometimes struggle to find meaning and purpose in our lives. Why are we here in this lifetime? We hear the standard answer, “We are here to grow and experience”, but what does that really mean? After all, each and every one of us has experienced some difficult times. Sometimes it’s hard to find purpose and even more difficult to find joy in these lives. So, why are we here?
Have you ever worked a puzzle without a picture to reference? Until enough pieces start fitting together, you have no idea what you’re building. Sometimes by working blindly, you might discover the end-product is more than you could have imagined. Allow me to share an experience that resulted in the types of surprising confirmations and […]
Various meditation techniques strongly emphasize the importance of calmly observing the self in acquiring the real knowing of who we are, where we come from and what actually motivates us to thought and action. The term ‘mindfulness meditation’ is the most commonly used in this context. It’s one that almost everyone on the inner journey recognizes, regardless of path or tradition. In aiding our understanding of who we really are, as opposed to who we think we are or would like to be, it is incomparable.
Many of us do it, whether we are consciously on the inner journey or not. As one of the many aspects of compassion, it is instilled in us from an early age, as well as many past lives, where we either employed it intelligently and saw its benefits, or failed to, and realized too late how we’d short changed ourselves and others by its glaring lack.
Days after space shuttle astronauts repaired the Hubble Space Telescope in mid December of the year 1994, the giant lens focused on a star cluster at the edge of the Universe. The Hubble was working better than it ever had after the repairs, and NASA officials received hundreds of images from the telescope on December 26, 1994 that were incredible. The images clearly showed a massively sized city floating in space.
I reckon it was at least forty years ago when I first started seeing references in past life regression books to groups of guides that the recently deceased would consult in reviewing their recent performance on earth. Entities like Seth spoke freely and illuminatingly about the purpose of many lives, and many of us were aware that both Buddhist and Hindu teachings spoke of the phenomenon without apology.
About a year ago. I had this strong desire to see how the pyramids in ancient Egypt were built. On my first attempt while out of body. I encountered a non human. This non human wouldn’t say much. When I would concentrate on the pyramids the being would appear…