spiritual wellness

"The traveler's eye view of men and women is not satisfying. A man might spend his life in trains and restaurants and know nothing of humanity at the end. To know, one must be an actor as well as a spectator"
Aldous Huxley

Thursday October 15
6:25 a.m.

A big thunderstorm has started, the  rain entered by all the open windows, as for me, i just went back to bed.
for somebody who is supposed to leave at the end of the month, i have touched no suitcase and made no box yet.
in doubt, don't do nothing. just rest- sleep will bring the answer somehow.

another business relationship entered with full faith and ending doubting myself.
what's wrong? is spirituality compatible with self-preservation? or is it annihilating every chance to survive in the business world of today?

mostly what i have to offer as a consultant is a human relationship: i am an exceptional confident, a friend with whom you can speak your language freely (figuratively and ethnically), with whom you can daily share the progress of your brain child (artistically, technically and financially)
i live totally in the present, thus have presence, easily merging with any new or old concept.

reading "The Nature of Personal Reality" by Seth, i reached the passage addressing the formation of our physical body by the strength of our thoughts.
Seth speaks about the (automatic) regenerating work happening during our sleeping and dreaming states. He suggests to do our inner analysis and the physical ill-ness will disappear as soon as the mental block is understood and lifted.

which rejoins exactly what Dr. Edward Bach mentions in his exposes on the power of flower essences.
his book: "Heal Thyself" proves point by point that we all share the same mental distress and spiritual weaknesses, decade after decade, in the 18th, 19th, 20th or 21st century. Nature is basically made to help us alleviate all these.

Do i want to stay in this spiritual reality? do i bring it wherever i go, and is Nature enough in my every day to teach it to me?


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