Do you only hear what you want to hear? There’s a difference between having an obstinate, stubborn mind versus accepting the truth regardless of our illusions.
Let’s talk about observing and accepting the truth, as opposed to insisting in situations that create suffering and stem from attachment, stubbornness, and resistance to change.
That attitude ultimately creates stagnation and drags us down.
There’s a story about the Spartan king Leonidas, which I’m sure you’ve heard about, because there are so many movies, books, and articles about this story, with many different versions, including a famous Hollywood movie inspired in Frank Miller’s work called 300.
In one of the many versions of this story, general Leonidas, king of Sparta, went to the oracle of Delphi to ask about the outcomes of the outnumbered Spartan army going to war against the Persians in that specific moment in time.
The oracle psychograph the following: "You go. You...
Did you know there are five ways in which Consciousness speaks to us?
Depending on our levels of awareness, they can be kind, or intense.
The kindest language of consciousness is the language of symbols & signs in waking life.
You may hear the lyrics to a song, or see a movie, or different people will mention the same story or a specific word that may intuitively guide you in what you have to do or where you should go.
Another way consciousness speaks to us is through meditation. In meditation, we get insights, but this requires discipline. We must be willing to hear consciousness, and take the time to slow down, sit down, and meditate for at least 5 or 10 minutes.
Ideally, every day, but if it's not possible, at least twice a week.
If we're not paying attention or taking the time to hear these two subtle languages, Consciousness may speak to us through dreams.
In this case, we discern the dreams that come from Consciousness from ordinary...