To what end are your writings leading too?
My writings reveal my own path to better understand myself, but also the human in general and his relation to the world. Likewise, I invite every reader to follow his own path.
IF we let our lives be guided by a higher intelligence, what about our own contribution to this world? Our uniqueness, is it not specifically our personality, brought about through means of our own intelligence?
What we call our personality or what we perceive as personal is nothing more than the reflection of our essence. By dropping all facets of our personality, our essence appears automatically. By no longer giving importance to what we call our personality, we voluntarily accept inward guidance by a far superior intelligence than ours; a journey that is unique for each of us.
How do we get in touch with the deepest levels of existence?
Once we rid ourselves of our fears and desires which distance us from the essence of life, life unfolds joyfully, and in a naturally organized way. During this liberating process, we notice greater synchronicity in the experiences we are going through, and our attention is intuitively focused on the deepest levels of existence.
How do we discover our life mission, and is this mission always accomplished?
To do so, we need to identify our deepest desire, that desire which has always remained close to us, and then concentrate with heart and soul on its realization. Once on the right path, we need to be open to all new perspectives. It is therefore important to persevere forward and not to re-track backwards in our steps, because this will only delay the process. Our mission in life is in of itself an accomplishment when our behavior evolves in accordance with our deepest desire.
How should we deal with death?
The only way to deal with death is to accept it. Because, as humans, we have difficulty accepting loss and separation, our thoughts and feelings refuse to understand the natural flow of life. This refusal creates resistance, which is followed by pain and sorrow. We can diminish this pain and sorrow, and even avoid it, if we recognize that we are not our bodies, nor anything else we identify ourselves with