Monthly Archives: January 2010
In the beginning….. (pun intended) all I wanted to do was discuss from my personal perspective what I felt was a topic of interest; What is Religious versus Spiritual? I have come to understand that people could be Religious without necessarily being Spiritual and that people touting that they were “Spiritual not Religious” may not necessarily be correct in that statement but perhaps they are more seeking Spirituality instead of Religion but all of this was going to require some explanation. So I decided to start with what I felt was at the core of the word “Religious”, which is dogma, and from there the can of worms opened up. That plus searching for what others had written on this same subject seemed to be coming up short for me so I set off to “fill in the gaps” and now I am finally writing Part 3 of what’s turned out to be an expansive discussion of this topic. In order to assist the conclusions I’m making here, I’m including recaps of Parts 1 & 2 (along with some additional commentary) but at the same time am suggesting that you take the time to read them in their entirety as they both comprehensively contribute to the final conclusions I’m making.
- “As you expand your perceptions beyond the Flat World Consciousness you have to reconsider all of your beliefs; and even those of you who have already re-considered so much of reality, you too will be asked to go further.”
by Barbara Marciniak, The Pleiadians
- “The Laws are very simple. 1. Thought is creative. 2. Fear attracts like energy. 3. Love is all there is.”
by Neale Donald Walsch, Conversation with God Series
- “You're born in pain.
Pain is what we're in most of the time.
I think that the bigger the pain, the more Gods we need.”
by John Lennon