I have moved into the writing space of my next book.? The book goes along with the workshop that I am beginning next week: Many Paths, One Mountain.? The book has the same working title for now.? Here is the first paragraph of the Introduction as it stands right now:
Your Spiritual Journey:? your search for balance with All That Is.
Your Spiritual Journey is a process, a quest to become more aware of and to expand personal understanding of both your spiritual nature and your physical nature. ?And this personal journey is framed initially by this question:
How to fully live as both physical human body and
divine nature at the same time?
However, in a more compelling way, your journey must also become a yearning to put your learning and answers to this question into action, helping you claim your highest expression within the truth and balance of All That Is.? Your Spiritual Journey is both thought and action, heart and mind, and always an effort to understand your challenges and embrace the best you can be.? Much more about experience and commitment than goal or purpose, your spiritual journey is your life lived to its fullest.? There is no difference between life and spiritual journey, they are one and the same.? With each step on your path, you claim your journey and live your life, knowing that in each moment you embrace your process as a way to make sense of your experience.
By writing space, I mean the heart and mind space I enter as I begin to formulate and welcome the approach of the flow of energy which comes with each writing project I engage and embrace.?? Much like doing an Akashic Record Reading, this space envelops me and I envelop it, standing witness to its flow, giving attention to what I do not know.? Sometimes the flow is clear, sometimes it stands just on the edge of my awareness waiting for the moment to move forward — usually when I let go of trying to make it be what I think it should be.? I hold this space and it holds me.? In awe we regard each other, in awe we step together down the path that lays before us both, ready to be and become in the moment of the creating, humbled by the journey, in joy with All That Is.