Let Yourself Be Expanded

Words often don’t adequately explain the realm of spirituality and consciousness.  Over the last few days however I have come upon a variety of ideas that I think will speak to you because they speak to me.  I decided to share with you some of the highlights from two books I find very inspirational.  I know you will find these ideas of great value.

Take these ideas in, let them swish around, and see which ones take you into deeper awareness:

The only sin is self-hatred.  It is an act of negation

It is the flow of energy that gets us high

If you let go something will happen

Each person creates themselves

It isn’t what you know that matters; it’s what you are that matters

Do not be afraid to love

Love is affirmation.  You are God.  Give us your blessing.

Revolution is a personal matter.  You create the world; you must change it.

You are beautiful, be, be, be

Abandon all security, you have nothing to lose but your chains, stop clinging, set yourself free

Truth is found within, and bringing it to consciousness is the act of creation

These above words are from a 1973 book by Paul Williams called Das Energy, which I rediscovered at my visit to my favorite used bookstore yesterday.  This book is a little treasure of ideas.

 

Your inner growth is completely dependent upon the realization that the only way to find peace and contentment is to stop thinking about yourself.

The “I” who is always talking inside will never be content.

The only real solution is to take the seat of witness consciousness and completely change your frame of reference.

To attain true inner freedom, you must be able to objectively watch your problems instead of being lost in them.

These are a few of the insightful ideas in The Untethered Soul by Michael Singer. 


 (I am not able to make the click and look inside work but if you go to Amazon.com you will be able to.)

So much is going on in my own mind as I sort out some things about my life in the midst of change.  I do seem to be gaining clarity.  I hope you enjoyed the wisdom of these two authors. Have a great week.