Walking the Spiritual Path April 9

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It isn’t where you get to that matters. It’s who you took the trip with. Lady Kamberlyn

Walking the spiritual path is pure and simple. It is staying in every moment with our higher mind. In this moment is where our higher mind exists. When we leave this moment, we also leave behind our higher self. When we leave the higher mind behind, we lose the guidance, the wisdom, and the magick that belongs to our true self.

When we walk the spiritual path as a manifested soul everything we do, everything we think, and every word we speak is guided by our higher mind. It is our higher self that speaks through our lips, our thoughts are the wisdom of our soul, and when action is taken is it our higher mind acting through us. When we are one with our higher mind and soul then everything we do is filled with our higher mind’s energy. Because our higher mind has infinite wisdom everything works out well.

Contrast this to doing what belongs to our higher mind, but without our higher mind and soul manifesting through us. We get to the end of the project or the end of the conversation and find that nothing worked. The result is unsatisfactory. That’s because we took the journey without our soul in complete control.

When we stay with our higher mind in every moment, it’s not what we accomplish that matters. The higher mind flows from action to action, from activity to stillness. As the physical body in the mind-body-soul connection, we are the participants and active observer as the higher mind guides us from moment to moment. When we stay with our higher mind in every moment it’s not what we accomplish that matters. The goals and the deadlines and the to-do lists all belong to the conscious mind and the ego. With our soul in complete control, we accomplish everything easily, and almost effortlessly. The results are superb, and sparkle with the life force, energy and magick that is our higher mind.

Affirmation: I am one with my higher mind and soul in all that I do.

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