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I Found My Own Spirituality


My story is different than most but none-the-less just as profound. All my many years of living my life I have searched, prayed and studied to find "God". My search has ended thus far. I found no God. I found no answer to prayers... No personal relationship with a higher power. Nothing! The only thing that is real to me that I have a sure knowledge about is here and now. This to me is reality.

I did however reach my own spirituality so to speak. I am free now! Free of personal unreal expectations of myself and this is a very calming realization. This is something that was not hoped for and not seen. Something that is desired by faith seems to me to have some element of doubt attached to it.

I honestly believe that I could never return to my former way of thinking. To me... It is just not possible. I believe I have reached the "point of no return" to my former ways of thinking and believing.

I in no way doubt others spiritual experiences. What is true for each of us is very important and real. It is blatantly obvious to myself just what happens in this world of ours when we do not and cannot seem to honor others beliefs.

In my search for God I found myself and myself is just fine. I am a much happier person.

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GoldenGate (22 posts)
13 years ago (2010-07-16)
It is important to note that all belief system are largely disconnected from Source Reality. They are like threads of a web that have become disconnected from the "branches" of Source Reality by the "winds" of the Hierarchy. All of the other dimensions are connected to the genetic mind and have no ongoing connection to Source Reality. The genetic mind, as an intermediary and reflection of Source Reality, is completely and utterly inept. Sorry I might even confuse you with this explanation. 😊
Keith (guest)
14 years ago (2010-03-07)
Your philosophy fits quite well in this "me" world. You say in your story how you searched everywhere and found nothing, except yourself. I would be very interested in how you went about searching for Jesus when you got to His turn. You can waste your whole life searching but to reach true peace you must stop relying on yourself. Did you ever surrender your life to Christ Jesus or try leaving your burdens at the foot of the cross that He made the final all encompising sacrifice for your short comings. Have you ever wondered what having a daily loving relationsip with Christ would be like. I am sure that you have read some of the Bible, but with out the indwelling Holy Spirit to interpret God's Word correctly, you are only reading different stories. Get a book called A Case for Chist by Lee Strobel and start there. Satan wants you to place your faith in yourself or in nature-anywhere but in Christ Jesus, please don't continue down the path of self centered faith. What comes next would be a great shock for you. Make the change now while there is still time.
Melly (guest)
14 years ago (2009-07-01)
I made this same realization many years ago. I follow love and my heart. Sounds very cheesey, I know, but any religion is too small to justify the Universe and beyond. Spirituality is much more moving than all religions collectively speaking. On that note, however, all creeds deserve respect from differing minds. Glad to see that you are happy with your epiphany!
Tattered_Soul (1 stories) (8 posts)
14 years ago (2009-06-29)
I am so glad that you had this realization... If only you knew how proud I am of you... I know I don't know you... But I feel like we have made a connection among realizations. I too have found myself and am too satisfied with my potentials and what I have to offer... To me if you want something done... Do it yourself... Apparently god helps those who helps themselves... I have been doing that my whole live... Yet found no salvation...
Gervel Leslie Peter (guest)
15 years ago (2009-06-03)
Am a roman catholic not practising but I have received call to become a mystic and now am in contact with the Holy Spirit and would like to be in share with others.
Nataszha (guest)
15 years ago (2009-06-02)
I think you make a very important point about not having unreal expectations. Many of the desires we have for things that are out of reach only create pain. There is a true power to seeing ourselves as the source of our own happiness and not letting our happiness depend on what other people can do or give us. I believe this point of view is needed in order to take charge of your own life and cut out the path of your destiny, bringing out your maximum potential. It doesn't matter if you have much or little. What matters is how and where you go about with what you have.

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