Are you chasing your dreams? By dreams, I don’t mean your sleeping or lucid dreams, rather goals and aspirations that are often referred to as dreams.
Chasing your dreams is not a spiritual practice. Setting goals, aspiring to achieve them and attempting to control the outcome can lead to anxiety. Failure to achieve those goals and fear of losing control can lead to depression. Setting and pursuing those goals can also lead to unwelcome influence from your negative human emo
I recently had a conversation with a man who was preparing to speak before parents of children recently diagnosed on the autism spectrum. This father is 11 years into his journey since the diagnosis of his now 13 year old son. Although I have friends who are parents in similar situations, this brief conversation helped me reflect in a unique way and enhance my understanding from a spiritual perspective.
Most people have a preconceived mold they expect everyone to fit into.
Much has been said and written about influences of past lives and “cutting cords” of attachment to those influences. Let’s examine this from both a logical and spiritual perspective.
We incarnate to our current lives to live as an earthly being, within the guidelines of our soul plan and universal laws. As earthly beings, we are not allowed to know all of the lessons and experiences of our past lives. If we had that knowledge, it would change our entire life experience. The
I encounter many people who are troubled by the inability to remember their dreams. Most dreams are a channel for the universe, our guides and loved ones to share spiritual knowledge with us. Frankly, most people I encounter do not understand the symbolism of the dreams they have, so their conscious mind would not be able to directly apply that dream information to their daily lives. It is not necessary for our waking mind to remember all of this dream knowledge. Your subcons