“From the depths of surrounding darkness, the truth of who I truly am suddenly appeared to me, awakening me from a troubled slumber, filling me with remembrance of my true purpose. I AM. I rose to my feet, my soul expanding, my heart filled with joy, I became the light that I was meant to be to shine bright in this life.” – Doris Peixoto
Worth reading from Off the Web! by Rob Spielgel
In the very core of my presence here, I believed it.
While reading spiritual texts – anything from the Upanishadsand the Way of Life, to Eckhart Tolle and A Course in Miracles – I’ve experienced a remembering rather than learning. I get an overwhelming feeling of recollection when reading spiritual texts.
Over the years, I’ve come to believe we already know who we are. We already know our oneness with each other, so the process of spiritual learning, of coming to consciousness and being part of spirit, is a process of recollecting. Our spirituality is a path of coming home.
When we awake, we will remember everything. We will remember who we belong to. We will understand that we have never been alone. Even in the depths of seeming isolation, we are one with spirit and always have been. When we awake, we will remember everything.
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