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By jona bryndis, Aug 28 2019 05:35AM





Many of us energetically sensitive, spiritual and empath people feel lost when faced with the adversity of dealing with human conflicts. We strive for a life expressed through mutual respect, compassion, healing, abundance, oneness, deeper values and integrity - virtues are working on developing through aligning our perception of the world to our heart's truth. But at the same time we beat ourselves up for not being perfect; for having emotions that feel 'unspiritual' to us; and desires we keep hidden. Something isn't adding up.


What's the missing link that can help us to feel more connected and peaceful within?


With compassion we can recognize that there is a deep wound in all of us. We all long for happiness, love and inner connection. We all want to feel that we belong here (somewhere). So, we seek. We seek for meaning in our being and higher purpose in our doing, but more often than not we find is negativity, degradation and anxiety. If we allow ourselves to be who we truly are, people ridicule or attack us for our views. What is missing in us, that no matter what we try, we simply don't seem to be able to function as 'well' as others.


Between trying to find better ways, jobs, relationships and living conditions to express ourselves in our individuality and deeply caring for others and our planet, we we often get lost in seeking. Not knowing where we belong, what to identify with and how to discern truth we get caught up in trying to survive and maintain whatever we have. In order to regain at least the illusion of control we do what we all are designed and conditioned to do - we cope. Instead of stopping for a moment, slowing down and forming an inner and outer relationship with our true Divine Nature, we feel pressed into a form and suffer from endless repeat. Learning how to trust in our true nature and the strength that can come from our inner soul self we can never learn that the energy needed to break the seeking-cycle comes from introspection and stillness. We are too busy seeking ...



By jona bryndis, Jul 14 2019 10:34PM



With a few exceptions the HUMAN COLLECTIVE views God, Divine, Soul and even Consciousness as something external – something, that cannot be obtained or is very hard to reach. It is commonly believed that only a few chosen Saints, Gurus, Avatars, Lamas, or other holy men (mostly masculine) can accomplish a full understanding of the complexity of God, Nature, Soul and human consciousness; and if so, only through tremendous physical hardships, asceticism or by birthright. The idea of bloodlines, reincarnated avatar souls, extraterrestrial walk-ins, blood-types and other forms of rationalization supporting externalization, such as predisposition through DNA further fueled the idea that we are nothing but a could-less accumulation of atoms, genes, karma, ego, animalistic traits and weak will power.


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