By David Starlyte, The Master Shift, September 17, 2018
Call yourself “spiritual”. What does it mean?
Does it mean now you judge people because they don’t understand how elevated you are; because that’s what you are now, elevated? Above other people?
Swami Satyananda taught this regarding the uncertain concept of the immaterial: “Spiritual life begins with a question: “Who am I?” “Where have I come from? What is my path of arrival? What will be the dock of my departure?”
This seems a more authentic way of being “spiritual” in that it merely acknowledges the important existential questions.
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