Tag: spiritual growth

PULLING THE WEEDS IN THE GARDEN OF THE HEART: AN INTERVIEW WITH DR. DAVID WOLF

Essentially it means cultivating the flowers of spiritual devotion, of purity. And just like in a garden, there are flowers growing, and there are weeds. As we cultivate our self realization, our understanding of our true identity as spiritual beings, it is important to be conscious of our weeds, and pulling our weeds.

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SPIRITUAL GROWTH AS PROCESS AND GOAL

In the processes of transformative communication and personal development, it is important to aim our efforts at the ultimate goal of human life, namely, spiritual growth and understanding.

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CONSCIOUSNESS IN THE RESULT & DETACHMENT FROM THE OUTCOME

“The question for me points to the heart of the process of self-realization, of spiritual growth- to cultivate caring and determined non-attachment. “Non-attachment” doesn’t mean apathy, or callousness. With our consciousness in the result we are fully committed, giving 100%. Simultaneously, as D describes, our experience of our essential qualities is not dependent on any particular external result. Such a consciousness illuminates the distinction between commitment, and attachment.”

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FOUR THREE FOUR FOUR

  Signals before the snap? A chord progression? No- it’s a definition of the material context. If you’re reading this you’re probably a human being- within the material context. Thus, we can consider Four Three Four Four to be the human context, our context for spiritual growth. Four– old age, disease, death, and birth. Three– […]

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