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Attitudes And Responsibilities Of Mastery

 

Part of the process of Spiritual Integration of our Higher Selves (Identities) or Expansion of our Consciousness involves “re-programming” the way we think.

 

Our thoughts create our reality and the life experience we have on the inside and the outside of us.

 

The following Attitudes and Responsibilities, when embodied and “lived” will help to change our thought patterns.

 

Thoughts that we simply take for granted because they are part of the programming we currently carry.

 

Changing the thought patterns is actually changing the programming in the personal shields.

 

The Attitudes and Responsibilities of Mastery are crucial to understanding what kind of choices lead to what kind of outcomes, and provide guidelines regarding choices that leads towards Oneness (At-One-Ment) and the freedom from limitation and separation associated with true mastery.

 

The Twelve Attitudes of Mastery

 

1. Love: Recognition of the TRUTH of the ALL-ONE-nessRead more

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Taoist Guide To The Infinite Self: Free And Flow

 

We are not our physical body, mind, emotions, beliefs, nationality, gender or religion. We are an infinite being that is borrowing a body from the Source. We came to the third dimension to experience life and to transcend.

 

We are all eternal and infinite. All events on the earth plane, positive or negative, are just part of our journey from ego to Spirit.

 

Once we accept the infinity within us, life becomes sacred. In embracing our spiritual journey, we live a life that is true and meaningful. It takes us from the world of ego, glamour and illusion, into the spirituality of Nature and the Infinite Self.

 

Spirituality is having the Tao in our heart. It is to embrace the beauty and sacredness of life, to embrace the little things, to embrace the softness and the silence, the yin. It’s the process of becoming an invisible person.  Read more