Category: Comments from Jill

Holding the Light: Another Perspective

Reading Time: 5 minutes

On the surface, it may seem there are as many perspectives in this world as there are people. But if we dig a little deeper, we’ll find the common denominators. And one of the signature common beliefs we all hold in our Lower Self is the notion that “it’s me against the other.” This, however, does not align with the truth of our being.

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Living on the good side of life.

Living On the Good Side of Life

Reading Time: 8 minutes

Eons ago, long before the beginning of time, something bad happened. And in a nutshell, human beings—who were spiritual beings at the time—got in trouble. Our punishment was a bit like being sent to our room. In this case, we were sent into darkness. Which raises at least two questions: What did we do that was so wrong? And who handed out this dreadful punishment?

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Taking the More Mystical Way Home

Reading Time: 7 minutes

Just as Kabbalah is the mystical arm of the Jewish tradition, there is a mystical form of Islam called Sufism. It’s a bit harder to find a mystical path that dovetails with Christianity. A good candidate might be the path of Phoenesse, which is built on the profound teachings offered to humanity by the Pathwork Guide. This fits well from the perspective that both Phoenesse and Pathwork are Christic paths that don’t resemble Christianity at all.

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Finding Our Light: My Husband, the Ego and Imposters

Reading Time: 15 minutes

The journey of a human being—the journey that all the lectures from the Pathwork Guide are pointing to—is about waking up from the domain of the ego and establishing a firm connection with our inner source. This is neither trivial nor easy to do. For it requires us to surface and transform all the parts of ourselves that are blocking our light.

Then, when we are connected with our greater being, we will know when we are being visited by an imposter. Without that inner connection, our ego will fall for their tricks and we will be the ones looking foolish.

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