As human beings, we all have beliefs about the world and reality that evolve from life experience, culture, friends, family, peers and environment. Beliefs are one way our brain tries to make sense of and bring order to the world and impact every aspect of our life and experience. But what are beliefs?
When the soul enters the body it gives life to the human form and creates a conduit for energy to funnel through as an essential life force. This inexplicable energy brings life to the human form through the operation of the brain. The brain is the core of the human body and sustains life. For the human body to stay alive, the brain must stay alive. For the brain to stay alive, the soul must remain inhabiting the body as the energetic conduit. How exactly this works is largely unknown. But the triune brain is one of the most powerful tools of creation that human beings have…
In the spiritual world, fear is often considered a negative or bad thing. We are taught to be ashamed of fear and to suppress, repress, deny, disown and hide it away. But fear is merely an internal emotion and a tool to help us navigate the world. It helps us perceive, experience and understand our external world, internally. Fear is a good thing, and not to be feared.
Love is one of the most enduring topics in human history, featuring in music, art, poems and novels. Love is something humans seek, yearn for and long to experience. But how often do we ever stop to consider what is love, and when we truly give or receive love.
Human beings experience emotion as a response to external events, conditions, environments and situations we encounter. Emotions help create a personal internal world unique to each individual that nobody else can ever really experience or understand. But what if emotions are not yours, they are not you, you don’t have to keep them, and they only exist to send you a message.
Human beings share the reality that we all reside together on planet Earth but never stop to question why reality is an illusion. The majority of humans either work hard to earn money to pay the bills. Or we are born into an undeveloped nation where we starve for lack of basic survival resources of food, fresh air, clean water, shelter or clothing.
The world is the way the world is. It is imbalanced, unequal, and you have to work hard to survive or succeed. That is reality. Or is it?
The physical, three-dimensional world is full of wondrous things. The ways we perceive through our physical body includes sensations of sight, sound, touch, taste and smell. Our nervous systems perceive this information, and our brain interprets it within our body as sensations. We experience, interpret and give meaning to this information to help us understand and navigate the external world.
But what if I told you the ways we perceive the world and reality go far beyond the five physical senses and you don’t even know it!
We have seven essential human needs that need to be met for us to thrive and create the life we desire. But do you even know what they are? And are you making sure you meet them, continuously? Because if you don’t, you’re going to find you constantly feel like you’re living in survival mode. Let’s find out what they are and how to thrive.
We live our entire life in a human, physical body. We learn to walk, talk, play and sleep without thinking about it. But what exactly is the purpose of your body, and how does this impact your day-to-day experience of life?
Universal Law Natural Law Human Law are impacting and affecting the way you live your life and the choices and decisions you make on a daily basis. Chances are, there may be different types of laws that nobody told you about and you may not even be aware of.
You’re just doing your job” no longer cuts it, when it’s directly or indirectly contributing to destroying people, other species and the world.
We are currently faced with an array of issues, problems and conflicts that face the ongoing welfare and wellbeing of humanity. Far too many of us are turning a blind eye or waiting for someone else to fix the problem or tell them what to do. Far too many of us are denying or ignoring the contribution we make to the collective reality in our daily work. It’s time for this to stop.
There’s a lot of talk in the spiritual and truth communities and about the 3D 4D 5d the consciousness of humanity shifting from 3D to 4D to 5D. But what does this mean? Are we going somewhere? How do we move between dimensions? And when will this happen? So many questions that need to be answered.
Religion and society try to tell us what God is. But what if, from a broader, spiritual perspective this is not entirely correct? What is god in spirituality compared to what we have been told about god in religion? And how does the truth about god in spirituality affect our daily lives?
We are living in a time with access to vast information about reality and how the world really works. Yet many people cannot see this. The big question is why people sometimes seem stupid and unable to see what is right in front of them, even when it is right in front of them!! No matter how many facts or evidence you present, they just cannot see or accept the truth. It’s frustrating as heck!
Learn what exactly cognitive dissonance is and why it makes people seem stupid, stuck in false beliefs and unable to think logically and critically.
All day, every day we experience thought or thoughts through our minds, either consciously or unconsciously. We may be aware of some or all of the thoughts passing through the mind, or they may be operating on total autopilot. But what are thoughts and where do they come from? It may be useful, if not essential to understand this powerful tool that we all have access to.
The Holy Trinity is often referred to as the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, or Holy Ghost. We often hear mind, body soul, or mind, body, spirit, or mind, body heart. But which is correct, what do these phrases refer to and how does it relate to the Holy Trinity?
The terms Source, Spirit and Soul are used a lot in spirituality, often interchangeably. They appear to mean the same thing, but when you get into the detail, they do not. While they are connected and part of a whole, they are different. Find out how.
How do you determine the difference between subjective perspective and objective truth? We live in a world with so much information it is hard to determine what is truth and what is not, especially when you want to understand the big questions about life, reality and existence.
If you’ve ever worked in a job that you don’t enjoy, then you’ll understand how painful that can be. It makes sense that we find work with purpose and meaning that we enjoy, considering we spend so much time at work. Then how come so many peoples have so much trouble finding work with purpose and meaning and passion? Here’s 6 big reasons why.
You may have heard the terms conscious or consciousness, sub-consciousness, unconsciousness or Collective Consciousness. But what does this all mean? Especially with regards to spirituality?
We’ve all grown up in a world that tells us who you are supposed to be, how the world is, and what your life “should” be. Study hard at school and university, get a good job, a mortgage, and then retire. If this way of life has never felt completely right to you, it’s because we’re living in a reality of Social Constructionism. Find out what this means…
Spirituality is often stereotyped with purple velvet and incense. But the reality is that many people are starting to question the world and awaken to what is really happening. They are turning to a spiritual path and spiritual practices, whether we realise it or not. This video explains what is spirituality and awakening with a simple definition and meaning.