Step Six

Develop and sustain self-love through regular communion with our inner child.



Develop and sustain self-love through regular communion with our inner child.

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“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.”
George Bernard Shaw


Science and Spirituality Coincide

The findings of contemporary science have profoundly altered our understanding of the true nature of reality. Modern-day physics, in accordance with the great teachings of our wise forefathers, has revealed that beyond the infinite diversity of the material world there lies an all-pervading field of intelligence; a unified field of energy. If we transcend the limitations of our physical senses and lift the veil of material reality, a whole new world is revealed. No longer are we isolated individuals confined to the cell of our bodies, but rather, we are part of an indivisible whole; an intimate web of relationships in which everything and everyone is connected.

Enlightened mystics and seers have always expressed reality in terms of the unification of all things – a Sacred Singularity. The Native American Indians expressed it through the digit zero: the nothingness that contains everything. They perceived empty space as the womb of creation: the great void from which everything is birthed. Ancient Vedic and Zen philosophy expresses the unity of the primordial essence of all things in the following way (paraphrased from various literature):

As an actor becomes absorbed in his role as Hamlet and forgets he is Mr Jones, so the human being gets so absorbed in his fictitious identity, or ego, that he forgets he’s God. God is the single actor playing innumerable roles. Every individual is God, or Atman, the Self of the world. Every life is a role in which the mind of God is absorbed. By the act of self-abandonment God becomes all beings.

Although it’s not necessary to have a deep understanding of science to follow a spiritual path, a basic understanding of how quantum physics supports our wise ancestors’ proclamations is extremely useful in enabling us to fully appreciate the true nature of reality and embrace our true potential.

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“Learn as if you were going to live forever. Live as if you were going                                                         to die tomorrow.”                                                        Mahatma Gandhi





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