This book has taught me that if we utilize empathy over compassion, we will experience an empathy-burnout or empathy-fatigue. If we utilize true compassion, we will not become fatigued or empty our vessel; our compassion will overflow.
It's like you are a child, or a teenager again, experiencing a growth spurt. You can no longer fit into the same clothes that you used to wear, because you're outgrowing them. You need new clothes that fit you properly in your growing, evolving body, and you will have to let go of those old clothes that have become too snug.
At some point in your life, someone told you that your dream was out of reach or that your dreams would never manifest. And you chose to believe that.
Seeking and searching for happiness is very similar to the times when you are looking all over the place for your glasses, keys, or phone, only to realize that it's been in your hand or on your head all this time.
In my previous post, I talked about my time as an Atheist and my relationship with my spirituality prior to awakening. That relationship has always been strong, especially during all of the doubt, skepticism, and questioning. I have 3 questions for you today. SCENARIO 1: Imagine that you believe Nothing happens during and immediately after death. [...]
Chances are that if you clicked on this, and you're interested in spirituality vs religion, this message is for you! Religion says, "Do." Spirituality says, "Be." As I've started to open up to people in my life about my awakening, the very first thing that has been projected onto me from my atheist friends is, [...]
The present moment is a conscious experience that mutually arrives and departs. How do we become present when it's in constant, evolving movement, arriving and departing, over and over? You are in the present moment when you are aware that it is both arriving and departing in an endless cycle of change. You are in the present [...]