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Spirituality Information: Life is a Process of Inquiry

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Author: Richard Blackstone


The quest for spirituality information requires you to inquire within for the answers you seek. There is no God or universe "out there". Your spiritual journey is one of seeking, attaining and then going beyond. Begin your journey by looking at the physical world that you have created.

We live in a relationship world. Everything in the physical universe is defined and categorized in relation to what it is not. Nothing is absolute except change.

The nature of the universe is a constant, on-going, never-ending, moment-to-moment participation in change. The whole universe changes from nano-second to nano-second.

We, as individuals, change with every breath we take. Every cell in our body changes and it has been documented that in seven short years every cell of our body is different.

Life is change.

We aren't totally cognizant of this phenomenon because we live our lives at a vibratory level that allows the senses to slow down our perspective so that we view these on-going changes at a slower pace. Although we can step back from this slower perspective and view this higher vibration self any time we desire, during our day-to-day living we usually choose not to do that. We are too caught up in our on-going dramas to truly stop what we are doing and reflect on "what serves us."

The changes that we do see in life are recognized and analyzed through our five physical senses of sight, sound, touch, smell and taste. As we delve deeper into this exploration of change, we begin to understand that we also interpret our world through our metaphysical senses. This is where we get into those concepts that are known to us on a more esoteric level but known to us nonetheless.

Concepts such as intuition, clairvoyance, second sight, déjà vu and synchronicity are also part of our makeup when we look at ourselves from a more detached perspective. When we allow ourselves to step back from this physical mass of skull and bones and skin and blood and guts and gray matter and lots of fluids we begin to understand that we are so much more than this physical, three dimensional body.

This is when we come to know that we are truly, at our essence, a three-part being made up of mind, body and spirit.

That is who we really are.

We are three-part beings living in a world of dualities. This statement alone goes a long way in explaining why we are not always "being what serves us." It is because we are not always being who we really are.

Who we really are is a three-part being made up of mind, body and spirit. That is who we really are. However, we live in a universe based in duality relationships, so most of us have carried that pervasive duality definition into how we define ourselves.

We tend to define ourselves as a two-part being made up of a body and a mind. This makes sense because our "senses" are the tools we use for analyzing who we are and what we do. It makes sense to use our senses in this manner, doesn't it?

Unfortunately, we are only using our physical senses. But remember, who we really are is a three-part being and we possess not only our physical senses but also our nonphysical and metaphysical senses.

What are these you ask? They are the mind and spirit part of this three-part being that we really are. We are all triad beings living in a world of dualities. Herein lies the crux of the troubles and turmoil in which the human species finds itself at this particular point in our never-ending evolution, but fortunately this is also our salvation from these very same troubles and turmoil.

We, as individuals and as societies, need to understand from a larger, clearer perspective what this concept of our triad makeup is all about.

We, as individuals and as societies, need to understand from a larger, clearer perspective what this concept of living in a world of dualities is all about.

We, as individuals and as societies, need to understand from a larger, clearer perspective "what serves us" and "what does not serve us."

The answers to these questions and, indeed, every question you have about life, are not found in the exterior world of physicality, they are found in the interior world of our spiritual self.

Go within and begin the process of awareness and understanding of "Who you really are" and continue this process as the universe sends you the answers.


About the author: Richard Blackstone is an award winning author and international speaker on Love, Oneness &

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