Living in OnenessKnow Only Love
A stress-free life is an integral part of spiritual life. And, who doesn’t want to live stress-free? We all want to live in peace, ease, and joy. We would love to live free of worry, anxiety, and stress. But that is not the usual way of life for most human beings. True spiritual masters maintain a blissful state of detachment at all times. No matter what happens, they are can remain centered and see all events as part of the illusion.
Why do I love Yogananda? Because of the honesty and humility with which he shares his struggle in the early years of his life. Arrogant, stubborn, and a bit self-righteous as a youth, he still become one of our greatest spiritual masters.
Are you a lion or a sheep? That is a good question. Perhaps this ancient parable will help you find your answer.
We are blessed with so many wonderful writers and teachers. Instead of writing a new post this month, I have been guided to share several posts by others that I feel are worthy of sharing. Next week will be a new Postcard from Source.
I recently heard a great line on a television show, “They say youth is wasted on the young but I believe that wisdom is wasted on the old.” The point was that the wisdom of the elders is most often ignored by the young. When we are young, we tend to think we know it all and can’t believe that those who have gone before us know what they are talking about. Sound familiar?
We all know that balancing our Divine Female with our Divine Male is part of the spiritual process. Humanity has been inching its way into that balance for more years than anyone wants to count, but we are making progress. When I heard this song from Keith Urban last week, I had to smile in appreciation. I hope you do, too.