It’s been some 2+ years since I last blogged. The spiritual awakening journey has been such that it has been almost impossible to put hand to keyboard – the voice has become quieter of its own accord. I wanted to blog, but it was like the words would not come out. I do still continue to offer Soul Plan Readings for clients, I very much enjoy providing those.
So whilst the written word isn’t proving to be the path for me right now in terms of blog posts, what I do miss is verbally talking with people who have also experienced a spiritual awakening. But not unsurprisingly it isn’t easy to come by such folk. The Meetup groups for example don’t have one for spiritual awakening per se. So I’m starting a local group myself, and I’d like to invite anyone who can get to South London every two weeks and who is interested in a group like this. Belowis more on what I envision for this group.
First to just to say that I feel that online and offline, the deepest information it seems you can easily find is what would support one at the beginning of the spiritual awakening journey. But what happens when ego is falling away, the sense of void or meaninglessness may be experienced, perhaps you have experienced a dark night of the soul already, or you may be in one now, and you would like to speak to others who understand these depths? Sometimes the light of the Divine remains obscured and being with kindred spirits can be like a comforting lighthouse.
There seems to be very little about how one deals with life after a spiritual awakening in which the ego-lessness presents its integration challenges in the face of worldly obligations and necessities.
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