A practical guide to manifest your desires into physical reality and to align your life with your inner truth.

Beyond Contentment Spirituality

Statue of Shiva meditating
Statue of Shiva meditating

I finally came to the realization that the only way to change external circumstances in a permanent and fulfilling way is through inner transformation. Your thoughts, actions and circumstances are a direct reflection of the way your emotional and energetic systems are wired within your subconscious mind.

This led me on the path of spirituality, energy healing and the science of our subconscious mind. I've met some amazing mentors along the way whose teachings seem to contradict what pretty much everybody else is teaching, which allowed me to develop a whole different view of spirituality.

Here's the interesting part. I have always avoided religions and detached myself from any school of thoughts and philosophies. Detachment from any fixed world view is the key to absolute truth. At first, I thought that atheism was the absence of religions, until I realized that skeptics would put everything into question except their own beliefs. Then I thought science was the absence of religion, until I realized science was the absolute truth... that changed every 5 years! The problem with science is that most people learn it only once and carry it for the rest of their lives. Then I thought modern spirituality, including EFT, Reiki and a few more advanced healing arts, were the absence of religion, just as the Buddhists were teaching, until I realized it lead to a passive state of contentment and the devaluation of desires.

I was not content with passive contentment and I was seeking something more. I also realized there was a fundamental difference between what I was doing and what I now call contentment spirituality.

Contentment spirituality is about reaching a place of stillness and transcending desires to reach a state of contentment. Buddhist literature states that desires, or thirsts, are the source of all sufferings and should be eliminated.

That's not actually accurate once we dig deeper into the concept of desires.

Next: What Are Desires

 

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