Sometimes being still and resting in darkness can be more courageous than being constantly on the go (a form of stagnation).
The Renaissance marked an age of discovery. That is what happens once you have awakened to your own divinity -- the Kingdom of Heaven that is within you.
You do what I cannot, I do what you cannot. In this, we become right-full. But we don’t achieve right-fullness alone -- this is part of the paradox.
The apocalypse overall is about unveiling ourselves to our true natures and opening up to the kingdom of heaven by opening up vulnerably as your naked self.
I can 'feel it with my spirit'. And the mind cannot stand this, it fights fiercely against this answer: I can feel it. Because the mind wants an absolute.
With the mind adjusted and placed in a proper environment, directed in right ways, we can do wonders for the greater good.
Make joy your priority. Life is too heavy to not make it so, because it’s the body that suffers when we do not take this into account.
I’ve heard some say in jest that our ocean floors are less explored than outer space simply because nobody can go down that deep and live to tell about it.
What if most of our essence is up there, plugged into the Bottomless Sky? And our bodies are simply the avatars expressed as the form of our actual self?