"We created physicality to love it and to discover a new love for ourselves through it. But, we are not something that either is or isn’t physical. It is fun to define ourselves as something particular, but we are not anything in particular — we are the potential of all.
Everyone is both physical and non-physical.
Everyone can be perceived through any quality.
You are mortal in some ways and immortal in others.
You are beautiful in some ways and ugly in others.
You are loving in some ways and judgmental in others.
You are conservative in some ways and liberal in others.
You are inclusive in some ways and excluding in others.
Any denial of these statements comes from ego-based judgement of those qualities that causes you to perceive yourself with an agenda of what you want to believe yourself to be. This is based on idealism which is fear-based, judgmental and exclusionary (but not “wrong”). To know yourself as possessing all qualities is to know yourself as a unified diversity."
"These coincidences are so unbelievable, that despite how I write about the allowance of the unknown and the unexpected, I have told relatively few people about them from a fear that all, but the most open-minded people, would conclude I must be lying.
A part of releasing my writing on medium (where it is exposed to a wider audience than previously) is that I want to face my fears of the world’s reaction. While watching the documentary it felt like it was time to openly share these two unbelievable coincidences and experience whatever reaction they evoke.
I don’t know yet if there is a spiritual teaching here; maybe just a demonstration in not allowing the fear of not being believed to silence you."
"To access the hidden layers of reality — through what is typically called intuitive, psychic or inner senses — you do not need any special knowledge or gift. You do not even need to know what to expect. All you need is an open mind. You cannot do this by trying to be open; an open mind is met through the transformation and release of fear. An open mind is a mind not limited by fear.
A mind that is open is curious and seeks what is unknown, instead of projecting what you fear onto the unknown.
An open mind assigns space for new meaning, instead of trying to make all experience fit into what is already known.
Closed minds atrophy through a need for consistency — an open mind wants to expand and change."
"In this article we will bring multiple ideas together to open you to experience your human self from the vantage point of your wider consciousness. The five steps we will look at are:
Resolve any desire to escape/‘not return to’ this world.
Learn to allow All That You Are through loving yourself.
See beyond what you have known yourself to be.
Stepping back from the mirror.
Understanding how fear blinds you to your wider self."
"Fear is a cage we have used to limit ourselves and focus our individuality. As you face each of your fears, you will go through a continual process of freeing yourself from the mental cages they create.
Fears are cages within cages, mazes within mazes, and must be faced to experience the infinite nature of your spirit.
Do not be concerned that as you exit one cage, you will probably find yourself within another. The cages of fear we experience in this life are not a hardship to be eradicated to “get to the good bit.” They are a powerful focusing tool used by our consciousness to shape our experience of self.
You purposefully created all the challenges in your life because you wanted to experience them and be changed through that experience."
"How do you feel that what you are is enough if you are scared you don’t have enough money to survive? The outward reflection of our lack seems to tell us that we do NOT have enough. This is the Catch 22 of abundance. How do you feel wealthy when reality is telling you that you are poor? The leap in perception births from the realization that your outward lack is not because you are not enough; it is a reflection of your belief that you are not enough (which is a lack of belief in yourself).
We are always becoming more because reality is constantly showing us to ourselves BUT the lack you may experience is not telling you who you essentially are; it is showing you what your wounded mind believes you are.
An experience of lack reflects your belief that you are lacking. The outward experience of lack is not telling you that you are lacking as a person. It is not saying you lack value. It is saying how you feel about yourself looks like lack. If you want reality to smile at you, then you must be the one that smiles first (because reality is a mirror)."
“But instead of feeling horror, I felt freed. I felt free because it meant I was now seeing and understanding the wound within me so clearly that never again would its unwelcome force unbalance me. In seeing the futility of my efforts to heal something that was unhealable, I was free of its negative affect on me. Positively buzzing during the performance, I saw the possibility of living with the void still inside of me, but now I would no longer fall into its emptiness.”
"The depth of emotion that you can experience when you let yourself speak from the heart is powerful. Just as with my writing, when I speak I let the words spontaneously emerge.
To allow your emotions to engulf you, you cannot censor yourself. To speak without a filter is to not be afraid of what you may say, even though you are lost within an uncontrolled stream of consciousness.
This was a weekend internet broadcast that I and my husband held with a small in-person audience also present. We were exploring what it is to be human and what is so special about having polarized-perception. Polarized-perception is the ability to see things as separate and diverse.
Paradoxically it was from this appreciation of duality that I experienced an untwisting of my dualistic-perception and a perceptual-curtain was pulled back to reveal a vision of reality that showed all life to be like books in an infinite library of selves. As we move between realities we move between books."
“Just as you have lived many days before this one, so you have also lived many lives. Our unconsciousness of the time before our birth and the time after our death is, like sleep, not a state of non-experience; it is a level of experience we do not have access to while in human-form.
Therefore, just as the ‘unconsciousness of sleep’ bookends each day, so it is that our ‘unconsciousness of our experience before our birth and after our death’ delineates our mortal-life.
The reason we choose to forget this wider state of existence is because the human-experience birthed from our desire to temporarily forget our eternal-experience of consciousness and to instead solely experience the focus of a mortal-life in a shared-environment.”