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Divine Order; Where we find ourselves

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« on: Apr 14, 2019 10:40 pm »

Where we find ourselves

It is interesting to me that often as meditators, And finding divine order all around us, we often can find interesting synchronicity’s And reasons for being placed in our present situations and environments. Sometimes it helps to read all the relevant paraphernalia, historically speaking, around the area where were at to get a grasp on what exactly we have to learn from being in are present Environment and locale as well as being around the people that presently surround us and engage us in conversations.

Sometimes you might think why did this have to happen to me? Why do I have to be here with these problems? Or why am i in this boring situation? But soon we were fine that on this journey every situation and every environment we find ourselves in as part of our own growth and learning experience as to where we are supposed to be now and what we are supposed to be learning From our present situations. We become much more grateful for every situation we find ourselves in when we find that someone or something is helping us in our guidance from all the factors that surround us.

The longer we seem stationed in a certain area most likely the more we need information and to assimilate the factors that are being put In front of us for our growth.

Everything in the phenomenal world displays activity and changefulness, but tranquility is the nature of God. Man as a soul has within himself that same nature of calmness. When in his consciousness he In level and still the three mental states of upheaval—the waves of sorrow and gladness and the dips of indifference between them—he perceives within himself the placid ocean of spiritual soul-calmness expanding into the boundless sea of tranquility in Spirit. - Yogananda in his Gita-Commentary, God Talks With Arjuna (GTWA - Source: http://yogananda.com.au/gita/gita1601-2.html).

Deep insights. Whether you are a traveller, locally, or a dweller doesn't really matter, imho. What matters is our consciousness. Whether we allow it to get more polluted, or go to it's source, inward. Our beloveds oftentimes become our greatest Gurus, of course, in the outer.

As many paths to God, as Souls in the multiverses. Wink

Jokingly, the ones with a shorter spine have an easier access to a (near-) pole-position!  Grin

...in our race home:

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