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Have you ever wondered about the meaning of life, and asked those perennial questions: Who am I and why am I here?
I was in this position many years ago, but I found it difficult to get answers that rang true and made sense, answers that were free of dogma and BS.
Although I did a lot of searching, the answer fell in my lap one day when I wasn't even looking!
Well, I guess it wasn't quite that simple, but it pointed me in the direction of the deepest and most meaningful information I've ever come into contact with.
In this week's podcast I'm looking at these questions from the viewpoint of the Ageless Wisdom teachings, an entire cosmology that will give you the answers to life, the universe, and everything!
I hope you'll join me for Part 1 of this series on the deepest mysteries of life.
In this episode:
- The continuum of spirit and matter
- The processes of involution and evolution
- Why humanity is so materially focused these days
- Why we need to stop identifying so much with our emotional nature
- How to become a clearer channel to receive impulses from the soul
- The way to manifest your soul’s purpose for this lifetime
- How to take responsibility for your own evolution
- The scientific nature of spiritual aspiration
- The way to attract atoms of high vibration to your body
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