Hello to you and welcome to my article library. This small selection of posts is an anthology of sorts, a progressive exploration into what I call the “world within,” the inner terrain of the human psyche. The scope of exploration focuses on understanding our faculties of self-awareness and higher consciousness, how they naturally evolve as we access and embrace them, and how to leverage them in ways that deepen our inner freedom and personal power, or what I call “The SupraSelf.” If you find my posts useful, please consider sharing the URL link with others.
Part One: The SupraSelf – Exploring Our Transcendental Nature
The SupraSelf is an inner benevolent overseer or wise observer of our moment-by-moment experiences; a supra-aware mentor we can call upon for guidance and direction in our daily lives.
“Travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on deep and permanent in the ideas of living.” – Miriam Beard Curiosity is the first step towards exploring the inner world. Some say travelers are restless and are born with a wayward streak. Others label them as nomads and vagabonds. And still others romanticize them as wayfarers and pioneers. But beyond these fanciful notions one of the distinguishing characteristics dwelling within a traveler is simple curiosity.
“We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time. – T. S. Eliot To “know the place for the first time,” after having already been there may seem a bit confusing, but if we exercise a measure of Inquiry a deeper understanding begins to emerge. Language and the meaning of words is a travel adventure unto itself. Just as exploring new cities, sites and cultures enriches a traveler’s life, so too can the exploration of words and their underlying definitions.
“Where there is love there is life.” ― Mahatma Gandhi When it comes to inquiries of the heart there is one question that just about everyone in the world asks, “Have you found the love of your life yet?” There is no doubt that answering “yes” to this question is a beautiful thing, yet I can’t help but ask a contradictory question that almost no one in the world asks, “Have you found the life in your love yet?” At first glance the juxtaposition of words is confusing, but for wise life travelers who take its contrary implications to heart, extraordinary value emerges.