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The Road of Perception - - - Traveling with Power

*To strive, to seek, to find! (Lord Byron)

.... humble.... simple..., so deep! It may be complex, but truth does not have to be difficult to find.

From childhood on we have been constantly told what to perceive. When, as a child, you report seeing an aparition glide through the room, you are told it is simply imagination. As a result, you may repress part of your awareness. Perception, meanings, values change as your world changes. Your reality then determines what you think about; what you think about determines what your perceive; what you perceive determines your behavior; how you behave determines what you think about. Thought, perception and behavior all work hand-in-hand. Example: the government tells us therr is evidence that ETs exist, we would tend to think more about them. We would then notice more books, magazine artices and movies about them, and hear more discussions about them. Our behavior would change as we sought more information. We would then think differently, which would further affect our perception and behavior.

The reality of beings in spirit and their assistance to those in the physical has been a part of every major religion of the world. Learning to work with spirit guides in various forms is a magnificent adventure. We open ourselves to great color and wonder. We tangibly realize the interaction of the divine within our life, taking religion out of the realm of blind faith and placing it in that of experience.

The purpose of contact with the spirit realm is not psychic power, but expanded perception. It is the development of the ability to look beyond physical limitations and learn the creative possibilities that exist within them while at the same time transcending them. It is to help us rediscover the wonder, awe and power of the Divine Universe and how it lives within us.

*Do not believe in what you have heard; do not believe in traditions because they have been handed down for many generations; do not believe anything because it is rumored and spoken of by many; do not believe merely because the written statements of some old sage are produced; do not believe in conjectures; do not believe in that as a truth to which you have become attached by habit; do not believe merely on the authority of your teachers and elders. After observation and analysis, when it agrees with reason and is conducive to the good and benefit of one and all, then accept it and live up to it* (words spoken by Gautama Buddah, 2600 years ago)

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