The Spiritual Revolution Manifesto is a compact practical companion for the times we are living, and what will come ahead.
He who does not see the angels and devils in the beauty and malice of life will be far removed from knowledge, and his spirit will be empty of affection.
— Khalil Gibran
Where did the idea of angels comes from? The word in itself can be traced back to ancient Greek, the word “anggelos”, which means angel or messenger.
Spirituality should be a liberating experience, but sadly this is not true for all. Some of us use spirituality to hide and deny personal problems and unresolved wounds.
The term spiritual bypassing was coined by the psychologist John Welwood in the early 1980s. This concept refers to the use of spirituality as a smoke screen to avoid dealing with unresolved wounds, uncomfortable feelings, and human emotional and psychological needs.
This is kind of intense, but let me ask you plainly: have you ever plunged into the abyss of sorrow? If you have been there you know what I am talking about.
It is so intense when your heart asks you something, and your mind, and actions are in perfect alignment with it. A sense of total integrity that one often yearns for, and seldom is in it. How can one harvest it?