A GENUINE SPIRITUAL PATH DOES NOT RESPOND TO MATERIAL EXPECTATIONS.

A GENUINE SPIRITUAL PATH DOES NOT RESPOND TO MATERIAL EXPECTATIONS.

In fact does not respond to expectations at all.

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“If our question comes from intellectual reasoning, we will either get an intellectual answer, a headache, or no answer at all. If we ask from our limited ego consciousness, then we will only increase the power of our ego and are apt to get psychically as fat as a balloon.
It is only when our whole being resounds to the question which comes from the heart itself, that as time unfolds and we become more conscious, we can become the instruments in a symphony”
From Here to Heal (Ch. 12) by Reshad Feild

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I work mostly on developing the spiritual mind of people

a continuous hard work, which has very little, if nothing to do

with a rational prospective of life.

Many people wish to call themselves spiritual.

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And they truly are “materially” spiritual.

Their path to spirituality is motivated (for the most) by their ego,

seeking power, recognition,

and the abilities to CONTROL and/or to BE and HAVE

by exerting intention.

Material spiritual games are full

of goals or expectations.

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Most people measure their spiritual power/achievements

by the success they consider having in life,

and by how much of what they wish to have  they actually have.

If you analyze this path you see the being becoming more solid.

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They are stuck on “being” or/and “having”.

NOTE: The spiritual mind is free from any position in space

(called the ‘I’, valence, personality, ego)

and from the need of having,

at least as is intended by the rational mind(s).

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♣ ‘My counseling today is aimed to help people
losing their human form. To get rid of the parasite, controlling rational mind (s) which tells them what they see or want.’ ♣

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The feeling of failure, the worries of not being able to survive,

the sense of unworthiness, of self-importance, the feeling of achievement and success,

compassion, absence of compassion

are simply considerations of a rational mind(s).

All the above does not belong to you,

it is foreign to a spiritual mind.

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When a person enter with a pure heart the realm of the spirit,

when the spiritual mind awaken,

it frightens the stability/security of the rational mind(s).

They would do anything to keep their power over you.

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The battle is devastating, frightening and extremely painful,

to a point to force a fragile spiritual mind,

back asleep.

A very good friend of mine, recently wrote me

that since he started to walk the spiritual path

all went into a downward spiral.

He has not realized up to date,

that that is his rational mind(s) ordering him

to make a u-turn back in line.

In truth he was blessed by the loss of solidity.

Where freedom from matter is a blessing to a spiritual mind, 

it is seen and experienced as a curse by a rational mind(s).

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Achieving inner silence,

suspending judgment gives you power

as render a screaming-raving mad rational mind(s)

un-hearable, and therefore powerless.

My counseling today is aimed to help people

losing their human form.

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I have many requests for counseling

by people, very nice people whose intention

is to inflate their ego,

to gain more material things and success.

I do not deal with fullfilling a rational mind(s) wishes.

However, there are many other excellent counselors

who can help them succeeding in their material life,

and to render this illusion less painful,

and more ‘happy’like.

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I would like to suggest you to read this simple but powerful book.

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Reshard is a healer, not only of people, but of nature.

“Here to Heal” 

by Reshad Feild

 (chapter 12)

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♣…♣

“If our question comes from intellectual reasoning,

we will either get an intellectual answer, a headache, or no answer at all.

.

fI we ask from our limited ego consciousness,

then we will only increase the power of our ego

and are apt to get psychically as fat as a balloon.

.

It is only when our whole being resounds to the question

which comes from the heart itself, that as time unfolds

and we become more conscious,

we can become the instruments in a symphony”

.♣…♣.

From  Here to Heal chapter 12 by Reshad Feild

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We HELP spiritual beings to GET free!

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We unite spiritual beings

while helping OT’s to live as OTs.

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WISH TO CONTINUE YOUR SPIRITUAL PROGRESS?

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I’M AVAILABLE TO HELP ANYONE WHO  SERIOUSLY WISH

TO ACHIEVE ADVANCED SPIRITUAL STATES.

My team and I are available to travel in USA and Europe.

We deliver in English, Spanish and Italian.

Center for Spiritual Research and its applications

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ITALIANO/ENGLISH: e-mail:

RiSpiritualPath@gmail.com

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ITALY: Ri/Maurice Pascal

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Ri

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Class VI (SHSBC), Class IV C/S and OT 7+.

RiSpiritualPath@gmail.com

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3 Comments

  1. Bell’articolo,
    Bel lavoro Silvia complimenti

    Date: Thu, 3 Oct 2013 14:02:45 +0000
    To: leonardo.fraccaroli@hotmail.it

  2. “Once a man learns to see
    he finds himself alone in the world
    with nothing but folly,”
    don Juan said cryptically.
    .
    He paused for a moment and looked at me
    as if he wanted to judge the effect of his words.
    .
    “Your acts,
    as well as the acts of your fellow men in general,
    appear to be important to you
    because you have learned to think they are important.”
    .
    He used the word “learned” with such a peculiar inflection
    that it forced me to ask what he meant by it.

    “We learn to think about everything,” he said,
    “and then we train our eyes to look
    as we think about the things we look at.
    We look at ourselves already thinking
    that we are important.
    And therefore we’ve got to feel important!
    But then when a man learns to see,
    he realizes that he can no longer think
    about the things he looks at,
    and if he cannot think about what he looks at
    everything becomes unimportant.”

    I said. “I really cannot understand what you meant.”
    .
    “Of course you cannot understand it,”
    he said.
    “You are trying to think about it,
    and what I said does not fit with your thoughts.”

    Don Juan, do you mean that once a man learns to see,
    everything in the whole world is worthless?”
    “I didn’t say worthless. I said unimportant.

    “For instance, we need to look
    with our eyes to laugh,” he said,
    “because only when we look at things
    can we catch the funny edge of the world.
    On the other hand, when our eyes see,
    everything is so equal that nothing is funny.”
    .
    “Do you mean, don Juan, that a man who sees
    cannot ever laugh?’
    He remained silent for some time.
    “Perhaps there are men of knowledge
    who never laugh,” he said.
    “I don’t know any of them, though.
    Those I know see and also look, so they laugh.”
    .
    “Would a man of knowledge cry as well?”
    “I suppose so. Our eyes look so we may laugh,
    or cry, or rejoice, or be sad, or be happy.
    I personally don’t like to be sad,
    so whenever I witness something
    that would ordinarily make me sad,
    I simply shift my eyes and see it instead of looking at it.
    But when I encounter something funny
    I look and I laugh.”

    “My laughter, as well as everything I do, is real,”
    he said, “but it also is controlled folly
    because it is useless;
    it changes nothing and yet I still do it.”

    “But as I understand it, don Juan,
    your laughter is not useless. It makes you happy.”
    “No! I am happy because I choose
    to look at things that make me happy
    and then my eyes catch their funny edge
    and I laugh.
    I have said this to you countless times.
    One must always choose the path with heart
    in order to be at one’s best,
    perhaps so one can always laugh.”

    I interpreted what he had said as meaning
    that crying was inferior to laughter,
    or at least perhaps an act that weakened us.
    He asserted that there was no intrinsic difference
    and that both were unimportant;
    he said, however, that his preference was laughter,
    because laughter made his body feel better than crying.
    .
    by Don Juan Matis
    “A separate reality” by Castaneda….


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