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Post by ATouchofHeart on March 23rd 2013, 1:18 am

That was beautiful Elrick, thank you for sharing.
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Post by Taurus20 on March 23rd 2013, 10:03 am

Very beautiful and true! Thank You Hugs
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Post by Elrick on March 24th 2013, 2:17 pm

Spiritual development….


Taurus20 inspired this thought on the post topic named Pendulum….

Spiritual development is a long and arduous journey, an adventure through strange lands full of surprises and even dangers. It involves a drastic transmutation of the 'normal' elements of the personality, an awakening of potentialities hither to dormant, a raising of consciousness to new realms, and a functioning along a new inner dimension

Instead of dealing with only the unilateral we can try to incorporate polarities in a more integrated way: old and new no longer need to be incompatible, the structured side of Senex can have a dialogue with Puer, the world does not consist of or/or but of additions, the Trickster rests and leaves us in peace for a while, and thus it is possible to organize our symbolic and actual inner homes and start to be more complete.

In our "human" understanding, we are only free to move from our fixation centre as far as the pendulum string that tie us to that axial centre allow us to swing. The further we position our reference in any direction, the further the fulcrum of the pendulum moves along that axis. Thus, it is not until we find the fulcrum in our own personal centre that the string becomes infinite… and the pendulum can swing infinitely in any direction.

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Post by Elrick on March 30th 2013, 9:19 am

"Whosoever will, let him come"



While your religion and spirituality is a matter of personal experience, it is most important that you should be exposed to the knowledge of a vast number of other religious and spiritual experiences (the diverse interpretations of other and diverse persons) to the end that you may prevent your spiritual life from becoming egocentric, circumscribed, selfish, and unsocial.

Many noble human impulses die because there is no one to hear their expression. Truly, it is not good for man to be alone.

Through association, wo/men enrich their souls by pooling their respective spiritual possessions, avoiding the ever-present tendency to fall victim to distortion of vision, prejudice of viewpoint, and narrowness of judgement; that fear, envy, and conceit are prevented by intimate contact with other minds.

Perhaps we should be quick to hear. Being quick to hear means to listen with suspended judgment and an attitude of deep respect. While each person has their own thoughts and beliefs and feelings, their experiences cannot be completely separate from ourselves The consciousness of one has a direct impact on that of the other. It is in that shared consciousness, where true empathy and insight can take place.

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Post by Guest on March 30th 2013, 11:13 am

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Post by ATouchofHeart on March 30th 2013, 12:04 pm

Elrick thank you for all that wisdom.
Those words are such truth.

And........I agree. We can't learn the ways of the world/universe and share our experiences if we become a hermit.

I've read several times that when one becomes spiritual they either don't share what they have experienced with others for fear of rejection therefore they become quiet and turn inwards. Separating themselves from the world.

Great post as always.......
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Post by ATouchofHeart on March 30th 2013, 12:07 pm

Elrick wrote:Spiritual development….


~*~

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That was a great post also Elrick, thank you.
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Post by Elrick on April 11th 2013, 7:49 am

Spirits Journeys Sanctuary



Souls of imagination invited into our home,
Where thoughts and opinions can freely roam.
Ink and electrons quickly filling up the web,
Onto paper and monitors emotions are shed.

Telling of hopes and life's destined dreams,
Heartbreak with remorse, passion that streams.
Tears of the unwilling, darkness' frightened calls,
All found within Spirits Journey’s Expression walls.

Do you know what’s important about finding a place,
somewhere in time where your mind can unlace.
Where the beauty of visiting slows down the pace,
and the senses are exposed to a sharp ‘about-face’.

The point is well taken and called introspect,
a world all in harmony that is picture perfect.
A place drawn from visions like those seen as a kid,
images that are breathtaking ~ appear enchanted.

Nature & Beauty that are right on the track,
bring on the feeling ~ take up the slack.
Slow down the real world from inside the mind,
and reflect in the pleasure of eternal time.

It takes just one visit to want to come back,
to a place where there’s safety and not an attack.
Enjoying the moment and the feeling within,
your life becomes peaceful and all genuine.

Worry and mind games and thinking too much,
results in much clutter ~ then used as a crutch.
Learn how to wind down and calm down instead,
...develop the eyes in back of your head.

That place we all search for should be easy to find...
and it’s created from images within our own mind.
Meditate on this vision and reside in that place,
a feeling of comfort ~ Pressure Erased.

~*~



~*~

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Post by mia on April 11th 2013, 8:12 am

I love it Elrick!
I do have a quiet place where I go in meditation.

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Post by Guest on April 11th 2013, 10:40 am

Dear Elrick,
Excellent

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Post by ATouchofHeart on April 11th 2013, 7:18 pm

Wow Elrick!

Ditto-Ditto-Ditto

Loved those words. You are so poetic.

The words danced in my head and gave peace of mind. Wink

I should get into writing poetry.

I'll have to share some of mine on out poetry page.

Have to run and get my hair trimmed, maybe tonight.
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Post by Elrick on April 12th 2013, 8:04 am

Gratitude! Mia, Skfarblum and Deb.

@ Mia:
I do have a quiet place where I go in meditation.
Love yourself there!!! Meditate

@ Deb:
I'll have to share some of mine on out poetry page.
I can’t wait to read some of your work!. For only a poet can discern poetry in the commonplace prose of routine existence.


Have to run and get my hair trimmed, maybe tonight.
Enjoy and be glad of your new outlook!!. Albeit, some days are a total waste of makeup. Knit

~*~

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Post by ATouchofHeart on April 12th 2013, 9:10 am

Elrick wrote:

For only a poet can discern poetry in the commonplace prose of routine existence. I love that!!


Have to run and get my hair trimmed, maybe tonight.
Enjoy and be glad of your new outlook!!. Albeit, some days are a total waste of makeup.

I asked her to trim very, very little and when she was done....I said "is that all" she said "you said to take very little. I was happy.

Even happier to share with her the very first time my spiritual experiences since 2009 in brief........
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Post by sunmystic on April 12th 2013, 10:57 am

The LORD is my shepherd, I shall not be in want.
He makes me lie down in green pastures, he leads me beside quiet waters,
he restores my soul. He guides me in paths of righteousness for his name's sake. Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me; your rod and your staff, they comfort me. You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies. You anoint my head with oil; my cup overflows. Surely goodness and love will follow me all the days of my life, and I will dwell in the house of the LORD forever.~Psalm 23
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Post by Aussiepom on April 12th 2013, 12:34 pm

Strange how we forget the prayers of our youth.

I remember very clearly now repeating that prayer in church in my youth.

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Post by sunmystic on April 12th 2013, 2:51 pm

Aussiepom wrote:Strange how we forget the prayers of our youth.

I remember very clearly now repeating that prayer in church in my youth.

Joan

Elrick's poem (which was very well done) was another way of expressing purpose of Psalm 23. And a "Spirits Journeys refuge" is an interesting concept. I can conceive the concept intellectually but I can not conceive the concept emotionally. If one as a child has never truly felt loved, then one can never truly understand love. If one as a child has never truly felt safe, then one can never truly understand what it means to feel safe. A Spirits Journeys refuge is a place to feel loved or safe or both at the same time, but if one has never been loved as a child or ever allowed to feel safe as a child, then a Spirits Journeys refuge that is a place of love and safety is impossible to truly conceive in an emotional sense. I was protected but never truly loved and I was protected but never allowed to feel truly safe. I have never been able to find a Spirits Journeys refuge, the best I have been able to do is to find a place that is out of the wind. I can understand the part of Psalm that says, "Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death I shall fear no evil." But the rest of Psalm 23 is beyond my comprehension. The reason for this is that it creates a feeling of safe and I have never felt safe. Guys, I have come to the conclusion that I am a handicapped person Smile and what is funny is that I never knew that I was handicapped. The question, now that I know that I am handicapped, is, "Can I overcome my handicap in this life or do I have to wait and reincarnate into a loving family in my next life?" In all of my incarnations I have never had the loving family experience or have ever felt safe and I never realized that this was handicapping me. sunmystic
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Post by Aussiepom on April 12th 2013, 4:13 pm

I love what you have said there,John.

Opened your soul and your heart......I like that because not many of us do that enough.

Thank you for what you have said.

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Post by sunmystic on April 12th 2013, 6:06 pm

Aussiepom wrote:I love what you have said there,John.

Opened your soul and your heart......I like that because not many of us do that enough.

Thank you for what you have said.

Joan xx

"Hugs" and thank you Smile . Elrick's poem got me thinking about things. Love, sun/John
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Post by Elrick on April 13th 2013, 9:17 am

John,

I was moved and impressed by your courage, sincerity, integrity and the valor to express your vulnerability in an open forum. I felt very privileged to be allowed to read your sharing here, as Joan mentions, and I can assure you that those who have experienced, or are experiencing, negative love syndrome in their life, they are not handicapped in any way. Nor are you. When we find ourselves placed in a position or situation where there seems to be ‘no way out’, there always remain the choice and option to find ‘a way through’. And sometimes, that is precisely what is required. A ‘way through’, which is the metaphorical equivalent of what you were referring to as.. "Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death I shall fear no evil.".

I could elaborate further in this process if so you wish.

~*~

Be well ,,,, (it is your inalienable right ~ you are from the Light and of the Light)
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Post by sunmystic on April 13th 2013, 12:14 pm

Elrick wrote:John,

I was moved and impressed by your courage, sincerity, integrity and the valor to express your vulnerability in an open forum. I felt very privileged to be allowed to read your sharing here, as Joan mentions, and I can assure you that those who have experienced, or are experiencing, negative love syndrome in their life, they are not handicapped in any way. Nor are you. When we find ourselves placed in a position or situation where there seems to be ‘no way out’, there always remain the choice and option to find ‘a way through’. And sometimes, that is precisely what is required. A ‘way through’, which is the metaphorical equivalent of what you were referring to as.. "Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death I shall fear no evil.".

I could elaborate further in this process if so you wish.

~*~

Be well ,,,, (it is your inalienable right ~ you are from the Light and of the Light)
Elrick


Elrick, I am always interested in hearing what you have to say. You are like a gentle giant that is being careful to not step on anybody. Smile ! Anyway, the reason that I say that I am handicapped, is that understanding something without experiencing it limits one's ability to understand it. To me "love" is a mechanical reality. When you wish to radiate "love", then you turn on your heart energy center. Because radiating "love" is the right thing to do, then your heart energy center should be turned on all of the time. . Because I try to keep my heart energy center on all of the time and because I try to keep things slanted toward the positive, I am generally considered a loving person. What I seem to be Elrick is a very nasty demon that is attempting to explore and enter into a completely foreign and completely new reality and state of being. Jesus and Shiva are very loving entities and they are working closely with me and assisting me with my challenge. I may not get it solved in this lifetime, but at least now I know what my challenge is and whether I solve it in this lifetime or not probably doesn't matter. What seems at this time what matters, is that I keep my heart energy center on (and noisy if at all possible Smile ) and that what it radiates is a free gift to all with no strings attached. Ah yes the words, "cathartic experience" Smile ! Love, John
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Post by ATouchofHeart on April 13th 2013, 7:49 pm

(((((John))))) I agree with Elrick and I ditto what he posted in the first few lines.

Your post John was from your ((((Heart))))) and you allowed your heart to open to others. I think that is your first step.

I have not shared your childhood experiences. But will share some of mine.


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Elrick's poem (which was very well done) was another way of expressing purpose of Psalm 23. And a
"Spirits Journeys refuge" is an interesting concept. I can conceive the concept intellectually but I can not conceive the concept emotionally.

* I think you did John

Intellectually : Rational (mental capacity)
Emotionally: demonstrations of affection
Affection: or fondness is a "disposition or rare state of mind or body" that is often associated with a feeling or type of love.


* It took the essence of your heart (that caused emotion) to share what you have felt deep inside for a long time.

* I've always believed that you cannot know positive until you have experienced negative.

* As lessons in life that I believe wholeheartedly; one chooses to come to earth with soul groups to teach each other lessons to perfect the soul. "Your Soul's Plan", "Your Soul's Gift" by Robert Schwartz.

* Once one knows the difference one has free will to accept or reject the experience.

* I also believe that even though we have had a trying past that has testing our soul on many levels it is our divine path to truly forgive anyone who has hurt us or caused us grief or lack of love.

* I have no idea if you are married or not so let me address this to a Jack.
Does Jack have any thoughts as to what lesson that childhood experience may have gifted him in this life?

Does Jack have a loving wife now that loves him unconditionally? Maybe Jack would not have loved her as much if he had not experienced lack of love early in life....life preparing for the future.
Maybe

If one as a child has never truly felt loved, then one can never truly understand love. If one as a child has never truly felt safe, then one can never truly understand what it means to feel safe.

*It's also my belief that deep within ourselves we all know love. It is our goal to recognize it again. Remember we all come from LOVE in spirit. We are just here with erased memories of that LOVE and it is our path to find it again.

* I have to find it again myself John; I lost it when my spouse died. I’ve been single for 13 years. In 2009 James Van Praagh in my group reading he gave me said "your husband says you will marry again" NO NO NO! I said. "Yes,Yes,Yes" James said "and within five years" "Your husband wants you to know that he loves you very much, he was not able to emot that to you when he was alive, do you understand". Yes I said to James. But I knew he loved me (I should share that 20 min reading with you all......interested? It's a 17 page word doc so it will take up a lot of KB here) Wink

* Personally...I had a ton of love growing up. I was adopted at 3 days old. By parents who could not have children. They tried for 9 years to adopt and were turned down for being the wrong religion, wrong nationality, and too old. Then one day....at a Dr's office they discovered that the a woman who cleaned for the Dr. was pregnant and wanted to give her child up for adoption..... ME!! Finally they would have the child they dreamed of..... I have never thought of this before....but as I'm writing this I wonder why it took so long for me to decide to come into their lives.....maybe they had to go through the rejections as a lesson in life. But that’s another book.

My mother "in spirit" is a healer; she brought me through a double flat-line.


A Spirits Journeys refuge is a place to feel loved or safe or both at the same time, but if one has never been loved as a child or ever allowed to feel safe as a child, then a Spirits Journeys refuge that is a place of love and safety is impossible to truly conceive in an emotional sense.

* I believe it is

I was protected but never truly loved and I was protected but never allowed to feel truly safe. I have never been able to find a Spirits Journeys refuge, the best I have been able to do is to find a place that is out of the wind. I can understand the part of Psalm that says, "Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death I shall fear no evil." But the rest of Psalm 23 is beyond my comprehension. The reason for this is that it creates a feeling of safe and I have never felt safe. Guys, I have come to the conclusion that I am a handicapped person Smile and what is funny is that I never knew that I was handicapped.

* I wouldn't call yourself handicapped. You like others are a wondrous soul on a journey to enlightenment; to remembering who you are as a soul (and maybe you're there already) and to treasure each lesson as a positive stepping stone to the next chapter within your book of life. Every detail is etched in stone so to speak.....in that Akashic Hall of Records on the other side. Every word, every feeling, every emotion, every pain, every experience that you have seen, heard, felt, smelled and tasted. To name a few. And who knows Elrick could very well be your soul partner here to help you remember................Maybe you have not reached that knowing yet.

The question, now that I know that I am handicapped, is, "Can I overcome my handicap in this life or do I have to wait and reincarnate into a loving family in my next life?"

* That would be up to you John, only you control your destiny. I believe it our goal coming here to perfect our soul's in each lifetime and I'm sure we get a lot accomplished but I feel we also have many lifetimes to get it right.

In all of my incarnations I have never had the loving family experience or have ever felt safe and I never realized that this was handicapping me. sunmystic

* How are you aware that it was in all of your incarnations? Have your guides told you? Or a Medium? Do you know how many lives have you had (((((John)))))

I asked a medium once how many lives I've had and she said....."That would take a long time to explain" she replied. In thirty minutes she gave me a whole list; fifteen I believe.

* This post is just my personal opinion.
John, I think you are very warm hearted, kind, loving, caring and experience love in many different ways. And I don't even know you; but I can feel you in the short time I've been here.


* "Spirits Journeys refuge"
I think it's a great place to share and learn.
Personally I feel much LOVE on this forum; in many different ways. I also think it is a safe place.

I pray that you realize Love in this life (((((John))))






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Post by Guest on April 14th 2013, 1:26 am

Well here are hugs for all of you.
As far as I am concerned you are all marvels.
Stephen

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Post by ATouchofHeart on April 14th 2013, 1:30 am

Thank You
Just as you are also Stephen.

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Post by Guest on April 14th 2013, 2:13 am

Well thanks Deb,but no.I am very, ordinary.
I could never write so well as you people do.
Still I do know how to build a bicycle wheel and fix
punctures.
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Post by Aussiepom on April 14th 2013, 11:34 am

My husband would have liked you,Stephen.....just what he used to say...'I can only fix cars' But he was one of best mediums around'

Stop hiding your light under a bushel'.

Joan Very Happy
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