Rejoice that you are on the mountain, even if you are crawling up.
Doubt is not questioning or wrestling. Doubt is rigid. Doubt is the sure voice, not the true voice.
Doubt is a great way to erode truth.
Repeated apologies are like empty calories.
Attachment is not real connectedness.
Hell, purgatory, and heaven are all right here, right now. And which realm we inhabit depends on where our vision is, and where we reside within ourselves.
Sadhana is not about living a “better” life; it is about living our lives from Love.
Willingly obeying authority is a choice we make out of our own authority over ourselves, and obeying a true authority serves as a kind of apprenticeship in handling authority responsibly.
When we refuse our own true agency, we then find ourselves having to push against something—be oppositional—in order to feel we have any say in our lives.
In sadhana, we have to work at the vibrational level. If we only operate at the surface, our work will be far less effective.