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Gordon Phinn

Gordon Phinn

Gordon Phinn's practice includes regressions (past and LBL), life readings, spirit guidance, and distance healing
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  1. Candy Candice Sanderson
    July 11, 2021 @ 6:23 pm

    Lovely article, Gordon.

    The simple act of observing oneself is so powerful. It can be the genesis of beautiful open-ended questions: If I’m observing myself, then which is the true me? Am I the observer or the one being observed? What if both are true? What does that mean? Can we be in two places at once? 

    Once we let go of the preconceived notions that we are physical beings, we can begin to expand outside of the world of physicality. This is where true wisdom lies. This is where we gain different perspectives on the lives that we thought we knew so well. And….it all begins with the simple act of observing yourself.  ?


    • Avatar photo Gordon Phinn
      July 12, 2021 @ 10:41 am

      Thank you Candice. Yes, the paradox of Am I the observer or the observed? is fascinating. I tend to the both/and option rather than the either/or. If executed propely the observer will be calm and neutral while the observed will be reacting to emotional and mental stimuli, the leaf in the wind situation. Despite years of practice I still see myself in this paradox regularly. Is the obsever as aspect of the soul or higher self? Or maybe the causal or buddhic body? Good question. One can spend much effort on that one!
      I have a couple of longer essays on this theme. One is “I Watch Myself” (on my “anotherwordofgord” blog, which is also reprinted in the book “Embracing Your Divinity Instead Of Your Doubt” (pp125).
      And yes, when we expand we begin to see who we really are.


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