Most of this is just going to be questions that I've been rolling through recently, followed by some meditated responses to the question. Also, my previously titled "Personal Journal" series shall be henceforth known as "Contemplations". Also also, I really enjoyed using "henceforth" there, felt kinda fancy for a moment 🙂 1. Is this the … Continue reading Contemplations 09/01; Truth Seeking
The word "invincible" comes from a negation of the Latin word describing the ability to be defeated or conquered which emphasizes a passive state of limited impact on oneself and one's environment. This limitation is felt by everyone, but those who can claim to be invincible in spirit are those who deny the possibility of … Continue reading How to be Invincible; the Secret to Working Right
"We are not restricted by the materialism of science or the symbolism of myth. We have the ability and the freedom to see the world for what it really is..."
In further exploration of the nature of reality, it occurred to me that if I wanted to come to my own conclusion about the nature of reality with the advantage of potential insight from as many credible sources as I can manage, conventional or not, than I could not possibly ignore the phenomenon of synchronicity. … Continue reading Explaining Synchronicity: Cooperation with Reality
I decided to scroll through some content with the tag "Spirituality" on a few sites to see what people are talking about regarding this concept. I was looking for something more idiosyncratic or personal than most people were sharing, but the assortment of ideas was interesting to explore. I did however come across an issue … Continue reading The Problem of Spirituality: Are We Going about it the Wrong Way?
"Many people who find themselves practicing meditation will inevitably reach these kinds of experiences and gain a more lucid awareness of their existence. So how does it work?"
"Psychotherapy is necessarily spiritual in nature, and it is accomplished through enlightenment and self-realization..."
"When our mind collects sensory information from our interaction with reality and displays an imagined, hallucinated physical world for our conscious mind to interpret, it is just like a computer..."