Many people think of spirituality as synonymous with religion, and because of this have inadvertently and unknowingly attempted to disconnect from their spirituality because they don’t want anything to do with religion.
In other words, many people have mistakenly associated developing their connection with Source energy as being synonymous with religion.
Many people have thrown out the baby with the bathwater when it comes to their spirituality. From the Living in Alignment perspective this is a crying shame! Our spirituality is what connects our human self with the deepest core aspect of who we are: our Soul.
Our spirituality is an integral and essential aspect of who we are. By attempting to deny or disown the existence and/or the significance of our spirituality, we are cutting ourselves off from Source energy — our life force!
Ignoring, denying, minimizing, or downplaying the significance of your spirituality are ways in which you abandon yourself, creating discord between your human self and your Soul that results in a lack of meaning and purpose in your life.
There can be no life (or no life worth living) without being conscious of your vital connection to Source energy.
The Living in Alignment body of work taps into the core of all religious experience, which is the promise of a deepening connection with Source energy, one that endures any and all hardship, condition, circumstance, and the like. Living in Alignment is inclusive of all religious experiences that endeavor to foster unity consciousness.
THE worldview of physics, the insights of parapsychology, and the purview of mysticism are essentially the same: a universe of purposeful mind ever evolving its creation toward higher consciousness.
~ Roland Gammon
For more information on the Living in Alignment approach please visit: www.darcyclarke.us.
I am a licensed holistic psychotherapist with over thirty years experience. My calling in life is to assist people to have a conscious experience of partnering with Source energy in their daily lives.
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