When you do a labor of love all your own it is a divine experience to be enjoyed. Such a dharmic passion aids the whole world as God shall be your witness to the joy in your heart and in your work. Do not allow difficulties to disturb you. Just carry on with your love and your love will enfold you and deliver you to your worthy destination. Be careful not to get cocky nor self-centered to the…Continue
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I hope things are well on your end of the world. Albeit the world is in constant flux no matter if we're causing it or not. Change may be an ever revolving reality, however it is not the only reality we must contend with on a daily basis. Whenever you feel yourself being suffocated from the pressures of your life. It is always safe to retreat into your sacred places in spirit. In order to recharge your senses and to surmount your difficulties that from a distance aren't…
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For those who seek "Bliss" without being ignorant. The path is not an easy one, however it is achievable by the gentle hands of grace within your own soul. To achieve this bliss through awareness one must surrender all that is vain and worrisome. By surrendering your viewpoint of being right versus being good. Will allow you the freedom to experience bliss with abundance.
Be centered within that…
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Truth has two forms in speaking to all. Thus sweetly by grace or antiseptically hard by the balance of karma. Either way can heal your self-inflicted wounds or purge unwanted germs (issues) in your life.
---Ivan Pozo-Illas / Atrayo.
"Jewels of Truth: A Soul Odyssey Within", Volume 1 pg. 76-77
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Today I want to share with all of you the "Jewels of Truth" spiritual wisdom statement that technically completed Volume 4 of this series. Numbered at #1460 written back in early April of this year. The topic is on the "Holy Spirit" itself by how our mutual love as souls, known otherwise as agape. Transcends our self-imposed boundaries as people, even our feeble thinking of what reality encompasses as a whole.
As always may you…
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It is braver to live, than to die. Anyone can die, but very few truly live. ---Ivan Pozo-Illas / Atrayo.
"Jewels of Truth: A Soul Odyssey Within", Volume 1 pg. 46
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Today's "Jewels of Truth" spiritual wisdom statement may appear more secular than I sought it out to be. Nonetheless its on the topic of Society in a distant future Volume 5 of the series. Numbered at #1528 and written this past late July. I'm sharing it today since it seems very apropos as a topic for any nation under the sun today on Earth.
May you reflect on the topic and consider its implications for yourselves.
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Winning in life should not be dictated by the standards of a society, especially by others. Winning is a personal choice set by hopefully modest gains dictated by worthy goals that are achievable by an individual. And, winning must not come at an expense too great to pay. Lest one reaps hardships and regret along the way. By pursuing objectives that are punitive rather than complimentary in nature. Winning is a personal benchmark always to be valued, but not exalted above…
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Many have stated why are we born into corporeal form as physical beings? It is said for the purpose to grow and mature by acts of unconditional Love. As souls we are perfect due to the Image and Likeness of God(dess) within us. But as physical beings paradoxically we are flawed. It is for this purpose we are born to live and than eventually die to physical creation. This paradox of being a perfect soul and yet have a flawed physical corporeal body. Allows us as spirits to…
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