The Gift of a Toothache or Two

I’ve been having “issues” with two teeth at the same time in the last few days. Same side of the mouth, top and bottom, which arose with a vengeance initially, to eventually taper off but continuing to make its presence known sporadically, alternating between the two.

In my life before being a seeker of spirituality and a serious explorer on the ascension path to a return to infinite consciousness, I went to the dentist regularly, and as a result have a mouth full of fillings (most of the mercury has been replaced by now), a few root canals and one or two crowns (I no longer remember the details).

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The Difference Between Belief & Trust

Belief is intellectual, it involves thinking, and it is a learned conditioning from the outside world. Fear arises out of beliefs. Trust is created by conscious knowing of truth from within.

Trust does not involve thinking as it only needs ones awareness. It is the innocence of a baby who trusts its mother without any doubt. Love arises out of trust.

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How ‘REAL’ Is Your Metaphysics? — PART 1

How do you experience the practical side of your spiritual nature? Do you feel that you apply your metaphysical principles to your life in a direct and empowering way? How far are you willing to go? And what could be holding you back still, if anything?

Let’s take a look at the following statement, for instance:

“Everything is already inside of You.
You are already inside of Everything.”

Many may be aware of this simple yet impactful bit of knowledge, as it is often used to explain away a lot of different notions of esoteric and cosmic studies. But most do not know what to do with it or have no idea how to apply it to their lives in a practical way and on a consistent basis.

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Every Moment Is a New Beginning

See the “other” new in every moment; only then can you create a new reality. As long as you expect the “other” – and yourself for that matter – to be the same every time you meet, you will recreate the past. Give each other a chance to grow.

young Eliot“We die to each other daily. What we know of other people is only our memory of the moments during which we knew them.

And they have changed since then. To pretend that they and we are the same is a useful and convenient social convention which must sometimes be broken.

We must also remember that at every meeting we are meeting a stranger.”

― T.S. Eliot, The Cocktail Party