Really, Blog-Buddies, what do you think it means to be a spiritual person?
“It’s obvious,” you might say. To which I would respond, “Hardly.”
The topic for today’s blog post was inspired by KAREN’s wonderful Comment 2 at Anti-bullying mixed with homophobia, an aura reading of Orson Scott Card.
She wrote, “I am honestly shocked by his connection to God [i.e., one of Orson’s subconscious-level chakra databanks, one about connection to God, as researched at the time of one particular photograph] because I know this man to be a very spiritual person who deeply loves God.”
Personally, I don’t find any contradiction between being a very spiritually motivated standard bearer for your religion and — at an energetic and subconscious level — having conflicts or limitations in one’s direct experience of the Divine. Problems that would, for a time, show up at the level of your aura.
I’ll be glad to comment below, later, and maybe even share a blog post about my personal definition of what it means to “be spiritual.” Comments are the place for my views on this topic, seems to me. Because defining what it means to be a spiritual person isn’t my area of professional expertise. I’m really curious what you’all think.
Rosetree Energy Spirituality is not a religion or spiritual path
Instead, this form of Energy Spirituality is about:
- Developing skills for deeper perception — face reading, aura reading, Skilled Empath Merge. All of this leading to Stage Three Energetic Literacy and beyond.
- Aura healing skills for aura healing and transformation, a form of mind-body-spirit healing where the energy being healed involves emotional and spiritual growth.
- Personal empowerment, bolstering self-authority with effective skills
- Coaching folks to move forward on their chosen path to Enlightenment.
This last part seems to be helped by living in human-based spirituality. Which simply requires neither going overboard on the woo-woo, nor shutting out energy awareness, but simply living with a reasonable balance regarding personal growth activities of any kind.
Otherwise, what is involved by way of religion or spiritual path? Or behavior? Or lifestyle? Or hymn singing?
That’s personal, isn’t it.
Blog-Buddies, you’re at least as qualified as me to have a point of view that could help all of us here at this blog. What does it mean to you, these days, to be a spiritual person?