We all have an innate desire to live a life of simplicity, love and enlightenment. But how do we reach this in a world that thrives on complexity, egoism and illusions?
Let’s broaden our understanding of the human existence - consciousness, ego, conditioned behavior, the mind and spirituality in general. What is beyond the assumptions, interpretations and definitions of our human-made reality? Is there a space of unlimited possibilities once we release our minds and consciously interact with life? Can there be any purpose for our existence that is more divine than being a vessel for life…for consciousness?Contact us if you have a question for Steve.
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Most thoughts and emotions are of no significance, consciously speaking, to any situation in any given moment. This may sound inaccurate but consider any given situation. It is true that experience is a good teacher; but when should a person let go of what he or she has been conditioned to do? When should we consider altering a response or behavior pattern? Should we question what we have been taught to belief?
How would a situation alter if a person would respond from a field of active awareness to the present moment? Generally we react exactly the oppositely. We usually respond according to long-standing judgments, beliefs and assumptions.
These old thoughts and emotions are like excess baggage. This baggage is unwanted and unneeded. Unfortunately this baggage contains items that we just can't or don't want to release. The mind continues to dish out more and more thoughts, emotions and responses. This will continue until our state of awareness deviates life energy from object content to conscious "being". Our form consciousness appears separate from universal consciousness; but this is only a mind game.Read the full article at:
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