Spiritual Philosophy teaches us the patterns of human thought, life, and evolution from our earliest beginnings, which accumulate within our conscious mind as an image of our change and growth. Therefore, Spiritual Philosophy teaches us to grow into Knowing Ourselves, which is an accumulation of information that shows us why we are who we are today, which includes our thinking mind, physical health, emotional happiness, and our longevity potential as a physical body that is the home of a Spiritual energy Being. The value of Spiritual Philosophy at this point in time is that we now have additional information within our thinking mind that will allow us to heal ourselves of all diseases and learn how to survive for hundreds of years in one physical lifetime. Our stored information allows us to begin to open our thinking mind to our hidden memories as we expand them during each lifetime. We have the information but we are not using the information primarily because of our religious beliefs that have taught us faith and trust in an external God, rather than in the information that we have learned during the physical lives that we have lived. We are made in the image of God as energy and Earth as matter. Our knowledge of who we are must be changed, because as we accept that we have an eternal and internal chemical design that gives us the energy that we use in our lives as human beings, we can better appreciate the quality of our thinking, eating, drinking, and breathing as providing ourselves with the pure energy of life.
Tuesday, June 21, 2016
Wednesday, June 01, 2016
In each lifetime, we learn as a means of continuing with our evolution as growth and change. We are now at the point of our learning where we are attempting to understand the relationship that we have with ourselves as a means of Knowing Thyself. Facing the truth of who we are and how we are evolving is a major challenge to our thinking mind, yet it is essential that we Know Thyself, which requires us to have the strength to look at who we are and to define what we need to do in our present life to understand ourselves as an evolving Dual Soul energy at a new level. As dependent beings, we always think that someone else can grow and change for us, which is simply not our truth. Our truth is found in our learning how to understand ourselves as eternal energy beings, which is the truth of our internal Spirit Consciousness.
Friday, April 22, 2016
When we stop to wonder why it is important for us to change and grow, we must know that we are as humans living on Earth as an energy grid that is important to the balance of a larger part of the Universal System of energy. I talked about some of this energy grid and the importance of all humans learning about themselves and expanding their energy in my third book, Sharing: Self Discovery in Relationships. Universal sharing is the ultimate in sharing love, which must be understood through language and behavior, when the human species is capable of sharing their thoughts and behaviors as Universal energy streams. It is important for our Spirit Consciousness to learn and to balance itself as a thinking mind, loving emotions, and Spirit senses, before we can be helpful in bringing chaos into peace as a Universal Energy. The patterns that are being lived on Earth today are not the peace of Universal Energy. Therefore, human beings on Earth are adding to the chaos of the Universal Energy, which cannot help but affect both humans and Earth as a destructive force. Our limitations as a thinking mind are our external and fearful focus in relationship to ourselves and life before we can change the focus of our thinking mind.
We must become conscious of ourselves as energy and begin to learn the relationship that we have to all energy. When we use our energy in destructive ways, we are adding to the destruction of Earth’s energy and the Universal Energy, and we are devolving within our own personal energy. Human beings must change the way they think and behave, before they can understand how their destructive physical beliefs and behaviors add to the destruction of their functional human energy, which affects the energy of Earth and the Universe as a whole energy field. It is time for us to use our energy to re-balance ourselves, Nature, Earth, and the Universal System. Once we understand that everything is energy, and we understand that we are the creatures that have been given the gift of intelligence and freedom of choice, we will see how important it is for us to accept personal responsibility to heal ourselves, Nature, Earth, and our piece of the Universe through our loving energy.
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
Truth is very important to self. Truth is the first lesson of discovering self and the poetry of life. This is why I published Discovering Self: The Poetry of Life. If we cannot live truth, we have not yet entered the level of Spiritual image that all humans search for and that sustains us as the joy of living the journey of life. We cannot grow if we cannot learn to live the equality and truth of our Soul and Spirit energy. Truth helps us cast a different image of our internal power. I have been teaching this for a long while and my goal always is to see the growth of my students as they learn to discover the beauty of self. As we discover self and love ourself, we discover the value of truth in the world around us, including other people. It is my joy to be able to see the growth of other people, just as it is to live my own growth and change every day.
One familiar idea we have in our world is that “there are no original ideas.” Yet life has changed very dramatically over time for each and every one of us. In our own mind we can go back into our previous lives and deal with our previous ideas. This is very good, because it helps us to create a new reality. When we try to “cash in” on other people’s concepts, ideas, or intended growth, we interfere with our own growth. Knowledge is essential for growth.
I used to see this in grade school. I could see the ones who copied and those who didn’t. It was a different focus of preparing your homework and of learning. Ours was a rural school. There were nine different groups and the teacher divided them into rows. We could always listen to others as they tried to learn. People who do not understand their own power are the ones who lie, cheat, and steal, and this behavior is focused primarily on ideas rather than physical things. The “right and wrong” and strength of our character shows up in our behavior. I learned early on, taught by my parents too, that I wanted to learn my way. At that time there wasn’t the same support at school and the multiple tools for different levels of learning. What was taught was basically the belief of the teacher.
Before I started school, my parents were always teaching us. They showed us the difference in learning lies and learning truth. They gave us examples. You have to learn your own way. In our one-room schoolhouse copying was fairly common. This “sat on my soul,” really bothered me, then as it does now. Even then I questioned, how are they going to learn anything?
My parents encouraged me to talk about it, and they helped me to understand it. I felt very angry at a girl in my class who was copying my schoolwork. My father talked to the teacher and gave her a way, a process, to tell how to know what was truth for one student or another. He would watch and question the student. He probably learned this method when he was in the military.
We have a lot of information in our mind. If information is “new” to us, we can believe it is original to us. What matters is what we know about ourselves, our exposure to knowledge, and how we handle it. A lot of people don’t think much about the stories they tell. They tell a story as a fairy tale but identify it as knowledge, or truth. When we are taught the wrong knowledge, it interferes with all of life, including our future lives
If we’re living a life in which we lie, cheat, and steal, we don’t understand what we’re doing. These lessons will stay in our reality until they’re learned. We have to learn truth and live truth.
We do have a lot of ideas that others have already learned in their own history of growth, but we also have ideas that are open to other interpretations. The mind loves creating and the mind resents lying, which has a huge impact on how we think and live. Lying to ourself is the most dramatic part of lying because it shows us we don’t know what is true within our own mind. Not understanding truth interferes with our life until death. This is one of the reasons that “life until death” concept is so prevalent in our world. We have to learn to please ourself first. If we don’t know love, we don’t understand our own responsibility to learn. We’re always dealing with the challenges we create(d). This is why it is important to discover self and the poetry of life.
Talking to someone who hasn’t discovered self becomes a burden. The language itself becomes a burden because we are always struggling to present what is in our mind in the right way. We are always trying to present knowledge to our own mind. This is why knowledge is critical for our own growth.
The secret is many times liars don’t usually recognize they are lying, even if others recognize the lies. When we recognize that someone is lying, we feel uncomfortable. People who are talking to someone who is lying may not recognize why they feel uncomfortable. This is why we do not need to run from our feelings; we need to learn from them. This is how we discover self. When something is uncomfortable for us, there is a reason. We have to look at our own soul. We may have a belief that is not truth which we do not want to acknowledge to ourself or to others. Lying can dissipate friendships and deny other connections between people, because we are denying our soul and spirit and therefore the internal power of love within us and within others as part of our inherent Spiritual design of Ethical Values. That is our evolving consciousness.