Today we think about spiritualism in moderate terms. We aim to live holistically, trying to satisfy both our spiritual and material needs, accepting what is being given to us by Nature or God, and without subjecting ourselves to the extremities of pain and pleasure. This is more or less a compromise of sorts, what some people prefer to call as spiritual materialism, which does not guarantee liberation but gives you an ability to withstand the pressures of life with greater understanding and patience. In today’s world, you may consider yourself a spiritual person, if you go beyond the immediate needs and concerns of your mind and body and search for answers about your existence and your relationship with the world around you. You are spiritual, if you lead a contemplative life, without abandoning your social and family responsibilities. You are spiritual, if you believe that you are a spiritual entity and identify yourself primarily with your inner soul or self, instead of your mind and body.
-From The Awakened Life by Jayaram V
Quaerite Et Invenietis “Seek and you will find”
“There is nothing hidden that will not be revealed”
May God bless and protect you and…
May you always be
Safe and Comfortable
Keep smiling, keep shining and…
Remember to always treat animals with love and respect.
Seth Kelly Curtis
I am spirit. Yes, for and in ALL the ways you listed, and more. There’s always more… ❤️🦋🌀
I agree! Thanks for stopping by Sheila.