a message from Rev. Angela Peregoff Monday, 19 March, 2012 “The nature of infinity is this: That everything has its own vortex, and when once a traveler through Eternity has pass’d that Vortex, he perceives it roll backward behind his path, into a globe itself unfolding like a sun …” – William Blake. The cosmos are [...]… Read the rest
Friday, February 10, 2012
There is a poem that speaks of a traveler coming upon a fork in the woods and choosing the road less traveled—which made all the difference in his life. The takeaway is that the well-traveled road leads to a common, usual and familiar life, while the less-traveled road leads to an obviously more fulfilled life. Most people see the well-traveled road as wide and manicured, certainly without obstacles; the less-traveled road is seen as narrow, possibly with low-hanging branches and grass growing underfoot.
Could it be that both realities are the same, indistinguishable from each other? The truth is that it is not what road you take but how you travel it. It is simply a choice. You have chosen to walk this journey called life; so, why not choose the more adventurous, scenic and interesting path? Be willing to step aside from the random and routine, the commonplace and accepted. Step forward in your own unique expression of who you are.
Do not pre-judge the spiritual path as either difficult or precarious. You may encounter obstacles along the way, but that is no different than any road you take.… Read the rest
“A good traveler has no fixed plans and is not intent upon arriving. A good artist lets his intuition lead him wherever it wants. A good scientist has freed himself of concepts and keeps his mind open to what is. Thus the Master is available to all people and doesnt reject anyone. He is ready to use all situations and doesnt waste anything. This is called embodying the light. What is a good m…… Read the rest
dl zeta Transcending time and space is a matter of removing your conscious focus from the space/time continuum. Stepping outside time and space happens when we consciously choose to enter the world of no-time. This is the timeless dimension of spirit where you become a time traveler visiting your past and future to discover your spiritual destiny. By traveling through time to your past, you are…… Read the rest
Here is Chapter 7 of my new e-book, Soul Awakening. This vital and timely e-book is being released in parts each Sunday through this newsletter as a public service to spiritual seekers everywhere.
Here is the main reason why people often fail to implement the Law of Creation. To be successful in creating a new reality, you have to create a scene where the desired reality has come to fruition. You have to be in the scene, experiencing the end result. It won’t work if you are an outside observer looking into the scene. You have to own the scene, be a part of it, and feel what it is like to be there as a part of that new reality. If you see it as something outside of yourself, you will lose the thread that makes this work.
Let’s say that you want your current reality – call it Reality A – to become a new reality; call it Reality B. So, you have already imagined Reality B and conjured up feelings appropriate to the excitement of having Reality B materialize but, at the same time, you know that Reality A is your current reality.… Read the rest
There are two ways to take life. One is very seriously, and the other is without attachment. I bet you never thought of the opposite of serious as without attachment. That’s what taking life seriously is about however – attachment to it. That is when life becomes very serious, all serious. Perhaps another way to say seriously is to say tensely. Holding onto an idea of what life must be and what it must look like is attachment, and bound to bring tension.
Life does not have to be like a wild safari fraught with danger. Life can be a ride up and down the river of life. It can even be paddling in a canoe, or sailing on a paper sail boat. It can be a whistle while you walk in the park of life where there is much mingling and activity, yet still the walk an amble.
Adapt an ambience to life. Give life all you’ve got at the same time as you let it be, waterfalls and changing weather, and varied terrains.… Read the rest