I love introspection. I love exploring life and myself, which includes observing what happens in my body when I have certain thoughts, mental ideas, or when emotions arise and are spreading through me. I use certain means to keep myself from getting lost in the tangled complexity of my inner world. I have different “tools.” Sometimes it is a conversation with someone close to me, sometimes a walk in nature, sometimes exercise, and often it is reading texts filled with evolutionary truth. I also love deep concentration, eating chocolate helps here and there 😊, and then I have my most recent tool, which is doing the New Equations Spiritual Postures.
The other day a friend asked me whether these various tools are giving me different experiences and if I would describe them. My inquiring mind immediately jumped on this! Talking with a good friend brings me into balance within my social life, walking in nature supports my connection to the Earth, texts with evolutionary power bring me into expanded levels of consciousness, deep concentration opens me up for new insights, the Spiritual Postures bring me into a balanced and peaceful state connected to the Truth of a sweet, sweet spot within myself.
In my reflection about being in the strength of my Soultype, I realized that far, far more comes from it than a peaceful state (which, in itself, is wonderful and absolutely desirable for one’s progress). Beyond peace, it carries an experience, I dare to say, of a full incarnation*. I’m still looking into it, but the thought will not leave me that Soultyping might be related to exactly that.
Through the gifts of New Equations, I received a spiritual, secure foundation, and a finely-honed toolbelt on which to hang all my tools while walking my path on this physical planet—unwaveringly, purposefully, strongly, joyfully, and with great gratitude for my life. It is a concrete foundation and framework for living on this Earth. As I explore the nine Spiritual Portals (of course especially my home-base portal 😊), I am experiencing a new kind of support for my inner world in connection with my outer world. It is not either/or, but a complete and integrated way of living. I am sensing that all parts of me can become one—it’s only a sense so far, but a sense for something is a step forward.
My question concerning full incarnation is not answered yet to my complete satisfaction. I suspect that I am on the right path . . . but, with what can I measure that? With my spontaneous deep gratitude about my life every time I do the Spiritual Postures…
*To me, ‘full incarnation’ means reaching a state when one no longer needs to search for the Divine Spark, but deeply knows about it.
Love & Light,