The pond of spiritual superficial mush

Grains of sand

Grains of sand

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Much criticism today within spiritual circles are directed at the diversity of spiritual expression as being somehow deficient and found lacking in substance.  What is interesting to observe is the flow of criticism that claims to be impartial and free of egoic categorization.

Within the difficult context of understanding our own biases and inherent limitation, is it not laughable to assume ourselves equipped to assess anyone’s pond of supposedly superficial mush.

It is simply impossible to write with any clarity if we are not able to see our own profound biases right up and down the whole process, and especially if we can not recognize we are writing from within the dream itself.

Every human being is steeped in interior complexity through socialization and conditioning that creates universes all until themselves.  To assume any definitive knowing of another, when it is difficult enough to discern our own biases, is the epitome of delusion. 

All for consciousplay.

About n h english

Natasha English is a Transpersonal / Nondual Therapist with a private practice in West Vancouver, BC. Since 2007 she has taken a psychosomatic approach to healing and personal development.
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