Sometimes i ask myself why i swim in all these books about spirituality and consciousness. As i mulled over the question, and reflecting, and questioned, it came to be that i do it to remind myself of my sanity.
Believing in cosmic consciousness, in spirits and angels and guides does lead me to feel crazy sometimes. Especially as i consider not re-joining the traditional job market and finding something closer to my “calling”. Even the concept of a calling is very foreign.
I’m in a very interesting place right now where i feel like i’m straddling two worlds. The old world and new world. I guess it’s not THAT fascinating. lol. Tons of people are already in the new world, and tons are floating about in the middle like me. Hence the new story hub website, etc. It’s weird tho because to be able to fully feel both thought patterns kind of stretches the mind in a way i hadn’t before.
Consciousness lies within and so we must look there. Carl Jung was all about that too. It’s not something we can comprehend with the mind, so where does that leave us??
“You are never alone. The force that guides the stars guides you too.” Sri sri …
“The most beautiful and profound emotion we can experience is the sensation of the mystical. It is at the root of all true science.”
I’m so grateful to the big U for bringing me guides and signs when i need it. I was listening to Wayne Dyer’s podcast, which i hadn’t for ages because i didn’t even know there were new episodes. There just so happened to be one with Christiane Northrup, and she talks about prostate health. I listened to see if it would help dad. She is an MD, ND and she talks about intuition, and angels… it was pretty crazy. Then on Mysterious Universe podcast, there was an episode of an Indian anathesiologist who went under and saw hell. Pretty crazy stuff. It reminds me i’m not crazy!
That’s it for now!