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guthrio 06-11-2018 09:56 PM

Greenslade

..... Mundane may be for some, but I don't consider anything mundane to be part of my path.

I do understand your point about learning the lessons that need to be absorbed and applied, with love and with wisdom.

For me that journey is anything but mundane, it's magnificent!

...part of which is receiving guidance along the way to use or just save for another day.

I thank you for both :smile:

OPVerma 07-11-2018 06:53 PM

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Originally Posted by Ziusudra
No. You do not need any of that.

You just need to be you, in your physical body with all its senses- that are the precious gifts to you.

You are already and always a spiritual being.
You are here to experience your physical incarnation.
You are not here to reaching back to your true home, the spiritual world,
where your spirit/your soul travels to and from effortlessly.
You are to be present in this physical realm, trusting and knowing that you are from the spiritual world.
Deep inside of your inner being, you already possess the knowledge and road map of the spiritual world.
You just need to accept that truth

So often people exercise various methods to reaching back into the spiritual world..
This is same as a baby trying to go back into its mother's womb.

Not needed. Waste of time and energy.
Try to do something positive that makes difference in this physical world instead.
This physical world needs you.
The spiritual world does not need you to come back into it.
We all will go back there soon enough.



For Ziusudra

We can live our life without education and without spirituality or in other words we can waste our life like a village bum. Those who are classy they would not like to see such a person next to them reaching to the spiritual world automatically, as per your theory. I think all bonafide religions specify certain spiritual practices and code of life for attaining the goal.

Greenslade 07-11-2018 08:50 PM

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Originally Posted by guthrio
Greenslade

..... Mundane may be for some, but I don't consider anything mundane to be part of my path.

I do understand your point about learning the lessons that need to be absorbed and applied, with love and with wisdom.

For me that journey is anything but mundane, it's magnificent!

...part of which is receiving guidance along the way to use or just save for another day.

I thank you for both :smile:

Sometimes I need a fresh perspective on things so I come up with these little ditties once in a while, they have this uncanny knack of setting my head on fire. The upshot of that one is to dispel the idea that anything in the Universe has its own inherent meaning and that if anything has any meaning it's the one we chose to attach to it. For me, that's quite liberating. It's kind of like getting away from the mindset of burning in hell if we don't obey the religious rules. That way, I can poke in the undergrowth at the side of the Path to see what jumps out to bite me on the backside.


Knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit.

Wisdom is knowing that putting it in a fruit salad is not clever.

Philosophy is wondering if ketchup is a smoothie.


Namaste Guthrio - the screwed up in me acknowledges the screwed up in you. :hug3:

Greenslade 07-11-2018 08:58 PM

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Originally Posted by OPVerma
We can live our life without education and without spirituality or in other words we can waste our life like a village bum. Those who are classy they would not like to see such a person next to them reaching to the spiritual world automatically, as per your theory. I think all bonafide religions specify certain spiritual practices and code of life for attaining the goal.

God made man, man made religion and all of its rules, regulations......



“The temple of the most high begins with the body which houses our life, the essence of our existence. Africans are in bondage today because they approach spirituality through religion provided by foreign invaders and conquerors. We must stop confusing religion and spirituality. Religion is a set of rules, regulations and rituals created by humans, which was suppose to help people grow spiritually. Due to human imperfection religion has become corrupt, political, divisive and a tool for power struggle. Spirituality is not theology or ideology. It is simply a way of life, pure and original as was given by the Most High of Creation. Spirituality is a network linking us to the Most High, the universe, and each other…”
Haile Selassie I

You'd be surprised how much Christ Consciousness "village bums" can have, and how much our words reflect our consciousness.

guthrio 07-11-2018 10:16 PM

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Originally Posted by Greenslade
Sometimes I need a fresh perspective on things so I come up with these little ditties once in a while, they have this uncanny knack of setting my head on fire. The upshot of that one is to dispel the idea that anything in the Universe has its own inherent meaning and that if anything has any meaning it's the one we chose to attach to it. For me, that's quite liberating. It's kind of like getting away from the mindset of burning in hell if we don't obey the religious rules. That way, I can poke in the undergrowth at the side of the Path to see what jumps out to bite me on the backside.


Knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit.

Wisdom is knowing that putting it in a fruit salad is not clever.

Philosophy is wondering if ketchup is a smoothie.


Namaste Guthrio - the screwed up in me acknowledges the screwed up in you. :hug3:


Brother Greenslade,

....considering the smorgasbord of "food for thought" you just provided, let's do lunch sometime! I'm hungry for more!! :tongue:

Namaste

Greenslade 09-11-2018 11:22 AM

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Originally Posted by guthrio
Brother Greenslade,

....considering the smorgasbord of "food for thought" you just provided, let's do lunch sometime! I'm hungry for more!! :tongue:

Namaste

You've forgotten one thing, my dear Guthrio. The smorgasborg of the food for thought can only happen in the capacity of the observer's/diner's capacity to both recognise, consume and enjoy it it.

guthrio 09-11-2018 11:15 PM

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Originally Posted by Greenslade
You've forgotten one thing, my dear Guthrio. The smorgasborg of the food for thought can only happen in the capacity of the observer's/diner's capacity to both recognise, consume and enjoy it it.


....now THAT'S delicious! I didn't realize just how delicious your sense of humor is, which is also pretty wry (though I wonder if you were "bread" that way). :wink:

As for me, I would indeed enjoy a tasty repast of fruit salad, with tomotoes, a touch of ketchup, and a few sprinkles of "ditty" to spice it all up, Brother Greenslade.

It's not often I get to relish when "the screwed up in me gets to acknowledge the screwed up in you", and others in this wonderful forum of travelers.

Namaste to all....:hug:

Greenslade 10-11-2018 01:26 PM

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Originally Posted by guthrio
....now THAT'S delicious! I didn't realize just how delicious your sense of humor is, which is also pretty wry (though I wonder if you were "bread" that way). :wink:

As for me, I would indeed enjoy a tasty repast of fruit salad, with tomotoes, a touch of ketchup, and a few sprinkles of "ditty" to spice it all up, Brother Greenslade.

It's not often I get to relish when "the screwed up in me gets to acknowledge the screwed up in you", and others in this wonderful forum of travelers.

Namaste to all....:hug:

It's been said that if you don't know where you come from you don't know where you're going. I have my mother's Spirituality and my father's outlook on Life. He was a no-nonsense farm boy, he was - as they say in Doric - hallyracket, which doesn't translate too well but it roughly means gung ho. I guess I have a hallyracket Spirituality and as I've never been accused of being wise, your repast would be an excellent metaphor for... the flock of starlings/beliefs in my head.


If you relish the screwed up then it means you have come into harmonic alignment with it and acknowledged its existence instead of spending energy trying to banish it. And isn't that an act of Divine Will if you are indeed Spirit?

Miss Hepburn 10-11-2018 04:07 PM

You 2 are pretty cute. :wink:

guthrio 10-11-2018 04:27 PM

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Originally Posted by Miss Hepburn
You 2 are pretty cute. :wink:


.....that makes three of us, Dear Lady

Hallyrackets 'r us :smile:


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