Spiritual Development

Opening ourselves to ourselves by willingly drowning in the depths of the unknown. Walking through life without the assistance of a personal point of view.

6 Responses to “Spiritual Development”

  1. on 18 Aug 2021 at 10:54 am missy

    A simple shift or change in any moment can get me out of That personal view, literally stepping back or aside, maybe while listening to someone tell their story if I start to judge. Yes Keshav, showing up to be creative, I’m literally in my studio reading this and have brought a new, wrapped in plastic, large blank canvas! Awww the Big unknown! I’ll start something on it, not sure what, but it will get some paint maybe, or a line of ink, or…. if I find myself questioning or thinking about it, I’ll go for a walk, turn on some music, just play. I’m not making anything for anyone, except really my artist soul who wants to just play, and show up doing what IT does best. Help me find me. Ok I’m getting lost now, bye! Namaste …

  2. on 17 Aug 2021 at 5:55 pm Keshav Howe

    In the depths of the unknown we can experience ourselves in everyone. Loving and supporting those of us waking up from the dream of the planet, is a wise thing to do. If we want to wake up to peace, we must be willing to invest more of our time making room for it to find us. Spread the word.

  3. on 17 Aug 2021 at 5:42 pm Keshav Howe

    Making room in my life for creativity and inspiration to guide me is a critical part of feeding my spiritual development. Nothing dramatic; just a willingness to take the moment in: with innocent, unfiltered eyes. I also always end up doing something artistic! Getting lost in the falling rain, or in the changing cloud formations in the sky!
     
    Getting lost in the moment, just as it is. It no longer matters where, and how long, we seemed lost…
     
    Open to the music of the moment. Pick up a drum and let it play you. Do some yoga, go for a walk, etc.
     
    A great way to get unstuck is to move consciously.

  4. on 17 Aug 2021 at 1:19 pm sasanijjs

    What I define as love is never the same as what is felt when I am willing to drown in the depths of the the unknown.

  5. on 14 Aug 2021 at 6:51 pm Keshav Howe

    It has always been a version of the story of me. That's what we all do. We tell and retell false stories of self.
    Seeing and hearing those lies we tell is just an invitation to shift our Attention to: Looking out at life without labeling anything. And, then opening to life's invitation to lovingly accept and change the road You are on.

  6. on 09 Aug 2021 at 1:20 pm Betty

    What pulls me away from peace is when I know I need to make “big” decisions and then face the repercussions of those decisions. Or the belief that that idea is true. Change. I find a comfortable place and think if only nothing of any consequence changes I could remain at peace. I have limited myself to this comfortable place where acceptance is easy. Of course, it doesn’t last for long. The island of safety aka hell. The personnel point of view leads me there. But to dive into the unknown without fear, knowing there is nothing to fear, how freeing that is. Being open to the unknown in this moment, and thus every moment; if only I would learn to spread my wings and fly.

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