What’s holding you back from having your best spiritual life now? In all probability, it is the effects of negative life experiences still at play in your consciousness. This can be transformed.
Study the premise laid out below and come to our free webinar on Saturday.
We’ve all had negative experiences in our life. How do we know if the effects of negative experiences continue to affect us negatively in our spiritual life? Here are two indicators:
a) If on the regular basis you find yourself dealing with depression, sadness, anxiety, frustration, anger, apathy, or lack of enthusiasm for life, then yes, some effects of negative life experiences linger your consciousness.
b) If, on a regular basis, despite your best efforts, you are not tapping deep spiritual states, or unable to sustain deep spiritual states, or if there is an absence of a sense of palpable spiritual presence in your day-to-day consciousness, then yes, some effects of negative life experiences affect your consciousness.
For most people, there is usually some combination of both a) and b). For instance, there could be mild to medium effects such as frustration or irritation on a daily basis along with the inability to sustain deep states of consciousness throughout the day. Or there may be stronger effects such as depression and sadness coupled with an inability to access deep spiritual states, even with reasonably good effort.
If you do not fall into either of these two categories, you may not need the method being offered to you. Or you may need to look more closely at how you are processing your experiences. The method I am offering is “Recovering Your Golden Child”.
This method will be introduced at our live webinar on Saturday September 8 and will continue to be developed in our online membership as well as in some of the webinars, online programs and live events we will continue to offer those on our email list this year. Some are free; some carry a charge.
Here is the premise for the method of “Recovering Your Golden Child”.
- We are designed to evolve.
- We are configured for love.
- Consciousness is about love.
All of the negative emotion we experience can be understood around the giving and receiving of love. While love is itself an emotion, it is also more than that, especially when you view it from the perspective of consciousness. Love is all encompassing, with many layers and dimensions that defy definition
As long as we try to explain love solely from a chemical standpoint, as is often the case in the science community today, there is no place for the deep wisdom of the spiritual traditions of the world to weigh in on what this force is, or its role in our life and evolutionary process.
Spiritual traditions, till date, do not necessarily teach us that our wounds help us evolve spiritually. This is the domain of modern psychology, which is missing in most of the world’s spiritualities that are ancient. Our approach to “Recovering Your Golden Child” will bring the two together, spirituality with psychology.
From the standpoint of consciousness, we can understand our wounds as analogous to black holes within our energy field. Black holes are very dense stars that capture light that come into their gravitational field. In the same way, our wounds can capture the spiritual light that come into proximity of their field.
Most of us will say that we only have small wounds that may register with mild forms of emotional dissatisfaction such as frustration irritation displeasure. While it is not always the case, more often than not, these seemingly mild emotions could be masking a deeper wound, one that we may assume we’ve addressed.
When we have deep wounds, and most of us do, spiritual light is often drawn into their density, like a vortex. This prevents spiritual light from being distributed throughout our consciousness. We don’t “shine” spiritually as result. We can, however, learn to increase the brightness of presence in our consciousness in a way that is palpable.
This step-by-step method requires understanding the construction of the self, while at the same time understanding the evolutionary unfoldment of consciousness in love. I call this process “Recovering Your Golden Child”. It draws its inspiration from a combination of psychology, spirituality, Tantra and The Yoga of Sound.