This is not a blog in the traditional sense. I’m not voicing my opinion on politics, world affairs, or spirituality. I’m not offering advice or trying to prove anything to anyone. What I am hoping unfolds from this endeavor is a platform and a tool for exploring spiritual principles.
Any forum needs a few ground rules. When Joel Goldsmith taught these principles he had definite instructions for his students to follow. They were to approach this path through meditation. They were to keep secret and sacred their comprehension of truth until they had a realization of the principle. They were not to discuss truth or give opinions about a principle. What they could share, once they had come to a realization of a truth, was their own experience. That is what this forum is about.
I see this blog working in two ways. First it is a place for me to post my insights into the truth. These posts will be drawn from my teaching experience, from my travels, and from world situations where a spiritual perspective could be helpful in bringing peace, compassion and understanding. The second way the blog can work is by providing a place where students can ask questions. Often, in a class situation, when a student asks a question the answer that comes feeds the entire class. If we see the world as our classroom, imagine how important your question could be.
So, if you have some new insight, a new take on something posted here, let me know. If a post sparks a question, ask it. If you’d like me to address some situation spiritually – to see how you can be in the world yet no of it, post that request.
I look forward to hearing from you.