What a wonderful opportunity to review the year’s adventures by taking the time to think about what I’ve learned about Deeper Perception this year. It’s been a year of great challenge and growth. Thanks for this opportunity, Rose!
I’ve been a skilled empath for a while now and have steadily worked on developing Deeper Perception skills to the best of my ability. I can see how using the entire skill set has become a way of life for me, whether I’m cutting cords of attachment for myself, using skills of Spiritual Cleansing and Protection; sometimes working with Rose in sessions of Aura Healing and Transformation or Soul Thrill Aura Reading Research. CONTINUE READING →
Jessica Gates has a lot to say about different aspects of Deeper Perception. She knows so much about all the systems I teach. Her intellectual clarity combined with determination to evolve has resulted in an amazing summary of how much one person can benefit from the many applications of Deeper Perception in this system of Rosetree Energy Spirituality.
What I learned is hard for me to summarize, since it happened somewhere completely separate from my intellect.
I finally let go of my need to love my family. In the process, I actually came to love them in a way I never have before. For the first time in years, I was able to genuinely enjoy a holiday spent with them, free of guilt or disappointment.
With regular perception, a close family
See, my immediate family is very close and loving and always has been… supposedly. We all see each other regularly, everyone makes an effort to keep up on each others’ lives, my parents are still together, etc.
And this sense of family is extremely important to us—all of us. It must be. It’s some sort of implicit requirement for membership. I don’t know how else to explain it.
But there’s always been something weird under the surface, like it’s all a big show. I’ve spent years convincing myself that this is all in my head, since I’ve never met anyone else who gets this vibe from them. My friends just politely say that they don’t really know what I am talking about, so-and-so seems lovely to them. CONTINUE READING →
I guess I think that all of us are evolving to express or embody as fully as possible all the different aspects of our make-up. All of these aspects can be considered spiritual in the sense that they are part our divinely created selves, one part of which is the ability to consciously connect with the divine.
Some lifetimes specialise in certain ones like power, wealth, poverty, health, etc, some maybe in developing a ‘spiritual connection’ in the Third Eye sense. Ultimately all of these are necessary for ‘spiritual’ evolution. Isn’t that the essence of humanly evolving spirituality? Elizabeth Holmes may not be experiencing her larger consciousness spiritually but through other aspects.
Merry Holiday time. Including Christmas, if you celebrate that.
We do. We celebrate Hanukkah and also Christmas.
Around here, three of us are celebrating today: Mitch (a.k.a. The Appointment Coordinator, The Workshop Coordinator) and Matt (a.k.a. “The Child.”) And me, who is literally as well as figuratively “A Jewish mother” thanks to Mitch and The Child.
Matt is visiting us during his winter break, having flown here from grad school on the other coast. Okay, to other people in the world besides his mother, Matt no longer is “The Child.” 😉
Anyway, here’s a gift he gave to Mom and Pop that I can also give to you. See better, though not necessarily deeper, with this free download for your electronic devices. CONTINUE READING →
Asking a person is easy. At least, some people are all to eager to tell you about their religion and spiritual life.
Asking is a fine way to have a conversation, provided you really wish to hear the answer. 😉
This holiday season I received my annual communication from a distant relative GLADYS. She lives for her church, volunteers generously, and is as sweet as she could be. Nothing but religion really matters for her, far as I know. So she sent a Christmas card to our family, getting our first names right but the last names wrong.
GLADYS’ card arrived a month early, perhaps so she could produce greater impact than any other, lesser, cards we might receive during the actual Christmas season. Enclosed in the envelope was a nicely printed religious tract, going into generous detail.
Yes, some people are all too eager to tell us about their spiritual lives. They may believe they get extra points for missionary work — and who am I to say? Maybe they receive those points, too.
But isn’t Earth School a funny place? What we’re really curious about doesn’t necessarily show on the surface of life at all. “Being a spiritual person” is a great example because the deep truth of the matter does not lie on the surface of self-description. CONTINUE READING →
Enabling comments at our online community this morning, this blog host was so impressed with your wise words, Blog-Buddies. Notably ADAM’s magnificent Comment #30 about Enlightenment.
Thanks, everyone, for taking the time to join our conversation. Seems to me, we are creating quite the Enlightenment wiki around spiritual growth that, unlike the link just provided, is not centered around Christianity.
What does spiritual growth mean for someone on a path to Householder Enlightenment?