A continuation of
What if Reincarnation is Real? that focuses on the notion of random reincarnation as a tool that provides good guidelines and motivation for living a “good” life. The notion here is that the choice of a guiding philosophy is not so much about what is right, or wrong, or provable. Rather, it is a matter of what works best, in the light of reason, as well as faith.
Whether or not you chose to accept a doctrine of reincarnation depends primarily on personal experience. But the impact of accepting such a doctrine has a profound impact on how you live your life. This essay focuses on that impact.
Spirituality is good. Meditation is good. Love and fellowship are good. “Religion” is highly questionable.
The cause of sexual addition can be found in sexual repression. The primary cause of that repression can generally be found in religion. The problem is prevented by eliminating the repression — but in order to do that, people who are themselves repressed need to be freed. In other words, future prevention requires a current cure. And that, while difficult, just may be possible
A process for healing the deep wounds that scar our very being, making it impossible to love ourselves and accept ourselves, and therefore to love and accept others.
Lessons learned during my study of
Ipsalu Tantra with Shakti Jan Robinson, and the world of Kriya Yoga those lessons led me to, all of which stem from Babaji, who was a student of a disciple, who learned directly from Shiva — although it seems that Babaji himself was an incarnation of Krishna(!).
Had the most wonderful dream last night. If filled me with feelings of positive energy, and gave me a sense of connection with universal energy of true love, in the context of a relationship with another.
There is God. Not “a” God. Or “the” God. Simply “God”.
Finding God’s Grace in a dream.