View Full Version : a new perspective on God...
03-23-2007, 06:00 PM
I've posted websites such as www.innerbonding.com that nuture the spiritual and the path of following our own spiritual guidance rather than following a religion in general (not to say all religion is bad, but toxic beliefs can be that don't benefit you)as well as studying parts of the Course in Miracles... here is a website that you might find interesting and helpful.. I now use this in my meditations practice.. The bible says that God is love and he who dwells in love dwells in God and God in him.. so these meditations are not far fetched or based on exaggerated claims.The spirit of love, God dwells within, when we open our minds and are receptive to guidance .. and meditate on these things...So what is the path to truth, it is a way of following our own inner guidance or inner truth whatever that may be... It does not say conform to some outer appearance or realm of thinking but to an inner guidance that comes from within. None can define what your truth is , or what is right for you...... only your own spiritual guidance can do that.
03-23-2007, 06:06 PM
I also like what innerbonding says about judgment of ourselves, it states when we are inwardly judgmental we cannot be compassionate or kind to ourselves and that this is an inner abandonment of ourselves when we do judge ourselves. this is what comes from the ego rather than love.. Many of the articles challenge alot of limiting beliefs that hold us back from experiencing our own inner truth and wisdom and guidance.. and grace and unconditional love...
03-23-2007, 06:13 PM
speakin' my language!
03-23-2007, 11:01 PM
I'd also like to add what the woman on innerbonding says about sexuality she says that is an individual matter that each person should be encouraged to explore and be guided by their own inner truth, even if it means risking disapproval of others, but she also gives the tools on how to overcome fear of rejection and disapproval, she does not see human sexuality as an either or , black or white issue. But encourages each person to find their own sexual truth and whatever creates peace and joy within they should follow. But she also states that sexual behavior should never be used to harm someone else , she defines morality as guided by integrity with no intention to harm others.So as long as you express you sexuality without any intent to harm others then you are fine.. We all know sexual abuse is rampant, as well as rape and other unloving behavior . so those would be considered destructive obviously.She says we are off track spiritually when we are and try to give up ourselves to try to please or conform to what someone else says we should do.When we are kind and loving to ourselves and others then we are on track.
03-23-2007, 11:07 PM
How do we know what is true for ourselves? By connecting to the source of our own inner wisdom and truth and inner guidance. some call it intuition... some call it higher self...It's learning to have faith and trust in oneself... and inner authority.Whatever is loving to you will be the source of your own wellbeing.
03-24-2007, 07:19 AM
Sounds like you are Quoting Abraham! Check out Abraham-hicks.com
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