This site has been created to expand and share on some of the insights that led to the writing of It's Monday Only in Your Mind: You Are Not Your Thoughts.

Spiritual Stillness

All of life is a story until one day one awakens to the fact that it’s not. At this point life begins to be truly lived because the made up stories stop and it’s understood they aren’t needed.

In the Universe when certain things are done it sets other things in motion. Yesterday I was explaining the differences of living from the spirit or strictly from one’s human side and how the human side constantly needs to be updated. These updates are manifested as the things that are needed to satisfy the conditioned mind, they are one’s story Once the mind becomes agitated it needs to be updated by using something to either satisfy or distract it from the agitation. This reaching is the update, the things used doesn’t matter. So the agitated mind is constantly being updated because, as subtle as it may be, most minds are in this constant state of agitation. This tends to be the way of most developed human conditioning.

But when the mind is still, no stories are needed, nor are there any updates needed because stillness is the same as it always was, is, and will be. Creation hasn’t changed from the very beginning of humanity and creation is the apex of spirituality where energy is transformed into form. So when one lives as a spiritual being having a human experience, one is in touch with the Universe that always was, is, and will be, and as the Universe is always of its same energy, there is never a need for one’s mind to be updated because there is never an agitation that arises. And with no agitation and no needed update, one’s state of being is the stillness of the way it always was, is, and will be.

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