If Man only knew how precious and delicate be the soul, she would bring into question almost everything previously assumed to be true, and thus taken for granted. With each and every experience, with each and every event and interaction, and with each and every choice, act, and relationship, she would ask, “What impact does this have on my soul? How does this affect me in spirit?”
What is the nature of beliefs? What purpose do they serve? Is it possible to live without beliefs, and what would be the effect of this?
It’s not just Governments monitoring everything you do online and with your smartphone. Absolutely anyone can do it, relatively easily. Why do we accept this? Why is the public so complacent about being 100% monitored, 100% of the time?
This is part 2 in the Dark Side of Sex series. What are some of the common issues, signs, and symptoms related to sexual demons and infiltration by sexual entities?
What are the human dynamics of power, life-force, and the notion of being a tracker on the Path of Freedom? This is the first in a series of articles, each relatively short, yet hopefully worthy of any dedicated spiritual seeker’s attention.
The imperial maxim of “Divide and Conquer” has been imposed upon human kind for millennia. How does this affect us today, and what’s the solution to rise up and recover?
What is true freedom, from the perspective of the spirit; and, in what ways do many hold serious misconceptions about spiritual freedom?
What is the important role and significance of sacred sites? What are sacred sites, and what’s Man’s traditional way of relating to them? If these are questions on your mind, this article shares some new yet ancient perspectives.
The Century of the Self is a brilliant four-part documentary that I consider to be essential viewing for people wishing to be more conscious in this artificial world we live in. The full four hour documentary can be viewed here.
Why do women shave their armpits, legs, and genitals? When did the idea of women shaving their body hair actually begin? Is it a recent invention? Why do many men find it more attractive and ‘sexy’? It makes a woman look prepubescent, does it not? What’s the story?