Getting Spiritually Honest
Who are you?
Your inner mystic. Call it what you want – the Superman Complex, the Peter Parker syndrome – hiding a huge aspect of who we are, of being one thing yet pretending to be another, is a divided life. Keeping our divinity in the dark is taxing. I think we’re done. It’s too much of a hassle. It’s time to stop investing in the limits we’ve identified with and start believing in the impossible, the ineffable, that lives in and through us all the time. It’s time to come out of the spiritual closet. We need to let our own mystery breathe. It’s time to unlock the chains we have placed on the most magical aspect of our being and let our inner mystic go for a walk around the neighborhood in broad daylight. The mystical is not elusive, or exclusive to the spiritual elite. We all have encounters with the sacred. We just have to cultivate the eye that can perceive them. We have to see what’s already here, interwoven with what we claim is human and mundane. We have to take inventory of the magic that conspires to love us in and through our ordinary lives. I think that so many of us still fear being fully present in the body because it means owning just how powerful we are. The responsibility is overwhelming. We then enter a place where we are held accountable for what we really know. We have an immediate sense of what is true for us. Real courage is simply surrendering to that. Knowing the self means knowing the soul. Lift the veil that shrouds your strangeness. Dare to see how powerful you are, and that true power comes from within.