Monthly Archives: August 2015
The experience of Reality teaches that the wishful thinking of the phrases, “I believe” , along with “I have faith in” or “in the hope”, indicates we don’t know, that we are in expectation, but don’t really know what is … Continue reading
Reality teaches that happiness is unreliable. Contentment is everything. Contentment is the goal, everything else can be thrown out with real, abiding confidence.
“A profound shift is occurring in human consciousness.” What physics has discovered is that everything is energy and that this energy is everywhere – in space and in matter. There is no such thing as empty space. It is … Continue reading
Have you had the Mystical Experience of Spiritual Reality? Here is one recent description: “I was dancing in my living room and suddenly there was no body no room no corporeal existence and I was at one with everything and … Continue reading
“A contemplative cannot have theological baggage”, Douglas Lockhart, ‘Going Beyond the Jesus Story’, Amazon or Kobo.
From the perspective of Reality, you don’t need any human criteria to achieve the purpose of your life. Those who have experienced Reality are no longer bound by faith, hope, or belief, morality or ethics, or any other second hand … Continue reading
As a matter of interest, three strong themes arose from my yearly experiences of MER*. First of all I was given a vocation, in itself a life altering realization. This vocation was to absorb the knowledge that the experience of Reality … Continue reading
The mystical experience of Reality, a phenomenon that has happened to certain people throughout history to this day, is far above religions, castes, creeds, heavens and hells, gods or “God”. Reality is as yet unknown to most humans, at least … Continue reading
Some thoughts out of the experience of mystical reality: The human spirit is just about being human. But the human soul is something else. It is part of a Reality that is bigger than any name humans or their religions … Continue reading
A follower of this website was brought up as a Catholic. She had her first sailing experience with colleagues and friends when they were caught by a strong squall that had water pouring over the decks. She said she had … Continue reading
THEY ARE ONE. Realitas sufficit, Deus Sufficit, Ut unum Sint. Sed res venit primus … KH. 2015.
Few here of their kind; Orphaned souls No parents find. Entombed in man’s mortality And man’s defaulting mind, Neither human, nor sublime: Lost, yet Divine. Keith Hancock. Nanaimo. March 2011