Tuesday, February 11, 2014

What We Learn in Spiritual Philosophy

If we do not understand Spiritual Philosophy, we may think that our relationship to other people is insignificant because we may believe that we will never see the people again so our feelings and treatment of other people does not matter.  Our relationships to other people are basically based upon a reflection of the energy that we produce from our relationship to ourselves.  If we do not like who we are, we will not like other people.  If we are not loving of ourselves, we will not be loving of other people no matter what our relationship is to the individual person.  When we store the hidden memories of hatred, anger, loathing, jealousy, fear, or disdain towards other people it is because we have the same hidden memories towards ourselves.  When we learn Spiritual Philosophy we learn to love who we are and how we relate to other people, Nature, Earth, and the Universe.  As we learn a loving relationship towards all of mankind, Nature, Earth, and the Universe, we elevate the energy within us to love, peace, and equality in all forms of life on Earth.

Because Spiritual Philosophy teaches us the entirety of relationships, it also teaches us the entirety of our relationship to our hidden memories.

Our hidden memories are about the endless lives that we have lived and stored in minutia within our thinking mind, as part of our Dual Soul pattern that we must understand philosophically before we can truly understand ourselves as human beings and our journey of growth and change that is a fractal pattern of our physical lives.  Spiritual Philosophy is the only subject on Earth that teaches us how to understand the hidden memories within our thinking mind and what they mean to our growth and change.  Without this information, we will not want to grow and change, although it is an accepted fact that we are born and we die after living our pattern of growth and change.  No other subject on Earth teaches us how to understand ourselves, our evolutionary growth and change, plus our relationships with other people, Nature, Earth, and the Universe.  If everyone understood our relationship to other people we would never fight wars, contaminate our land, water, and air, or avoid learning.  

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