Taoism is one of the oldest ways of living on Earth. The ancient sages, living away from the entertainment devices that bombard modern society, dedicated all their energies to finding and improving healthy ways to fulfill the needs of human beings.
We hear a lot about sexuality, don’t we? We ceaselessly think and talk about it, one way or another. In effect, sexuality is the main force behind almost everything, from selling products to choosing our clothes.
What is the relationship between sexuality and spirituality? What about raising the Kundalini, attaining the state of divinity, sharing love, and so on? And also why people gradually become increasingly asexual on their spiritual journeys?
The world is experiencing an undeniable transition, both in physical and spiritual matters.
Up to now, we have been purified by our journey. We have faced many challenges. We have worked hard, and sometimes we felt like we hadn’t moved at all. Then we had a new start.
Who are the immortals? Are they more advanced versions of ordinary people? Or are they born into this world for a specific reason, such as experiencing immortality? Or are they something else?
I don’t know for how long I have been dead. Maybe it’s since my birth; maybe I’ve been dead for many lives. Maybe I came to this world alive at first, and I got lost somewhere and left myself to die.
To be universal, we need to go beyond our current wisdom. This is the only way we can reach divine wisdom and understanding. (This is the second part of the Religion of the Universe series.)
An extremely important fact has been forgotten over the course of humanity’s history. As humanity became influenced by materialism, accepting it as the only way of living, it forgot that humans are exclusively spiritual beings.
Bert Hellinger, the creator of the Systemic Constellation process and Movements of the Spirit-Mind, pointed out something that was also acknowledged in the ancient sources of knowledge.
The basic universal rule is unique and very simple: Do not treat others like you would not want to be treated yourself, and treat others like you would want to be treated yourself.
For many years in 20th century Europe, those closely involved in spiritual issues witnessed the sophisticated spiritual activities of a very extraordinary man, Rudolf Steiner.