Video commentary: For millenia, mankind has searched for truth. However, trying to find truth is like trying to catch running. You can’t catch an action because it is in constant motion, timeless and eternal. Only when we remove the illusion that truth can be found can we actually see truth.
I like this quote: “The most important journey we will ever take is the 18 inches from our mind to our heart.” Yea, the most important journey we will ever take is not an outer journey to some distant land (which I used to think so), but it is our inner journey from our mind… Continue reading Our deep inner journey
“Thank you for being my authenticity-mometer, my temple of truth. How beautifully you carried my sacred purpose until I was ready for the hand-off. You reminded me with truth-chills whenever I walked in the right direction. You tripped me up with truth-aches whenever I dared to walk in someone else’s shoes. What is so remarkable… Continue reading Accepting the body as divine and beautiful
“Seekers wander along so many paths Struggling to find the Beloved Becoming lost in prayers and chants Searching and seeking Dances and Ceremonies … Struggle and suffering Oh my Dear Friend Look at the flowers And tell me: What did they do to bloom so beautifully?” – Rumi It is true that unlike many seekers,… Continue reading What did they do to bloom so beautifully?
My understanding of the gospel has changed from an evangelical viewpoint to an inclusive viewpoint. The evangelical view of the gospel tends to revolve around the finished work of Jesus Christ at the cross in terms of penal substitution. For example, about a couple of years ago, I used to think that all of God’s… Continue reading Paradigm shift in understanding the gospel of grace
If all things work together for good, then why this and why that? It is an age-old question which no one has any answer that can fully satisfy every single soul. Circumstances will always change. When good things happen to us, we often don’t say “Why me?” And when bad things happen to us, we… Continue reading Do all things work together for good for those who cling to God or is it optimism?
It was a gradual process for me to deprogram myself from the cultish christian institutional system and mindset. I stopped going to the church services in early 2011, as I have been learning and evolving in my own belief system. I found that the sermons no longer minister grace and peace to me as they… Continue reading Detoxing from the Christian Religion