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We all need to seek further into our selves and recognize our true abilities and remarkable potentials. Our journey to the earth sphere is but a school, preparing us for our spiritual evolution. If we seek to really know who we really are through meditation, and incessant prayers then we will find our divine purpose and understand how we can be of service to our fellow human beings, who are our brothers and sisters.

We are all connected. It matters not your race, color or creed. We are all connected!. We are all one. Fragmented from a higher source, that which we call God. Jesus Christ  came and taught that message, and many other masters as well. How long will it take for us to understand that the key to understanding life is within us. It is in our soul memory. It is stored within in the deep crevices of our minds . Our Mind which embodies all and everything that is within the Universe, if only we knew, or are able to comprehend. Is it possible for us to slow down and listen to our selves?. Is it possible for us to get in  touch with our inner selves, and accept that  we can live in peace and harmony with each other and with nature, thus bringing us closer to the divine.

Religion has divided us and has confused our minds. It has us searching and seeking for a God, of whom we know exists, but will we ever know him?. Is it important to know him?, or is the mere fact that we know that he exist enough. Our attachment to every or anything limits our possibilities, thus holding us back from our spiritual evolution. We claim to know what God wants, and attach ourselves to those who we believed were his emissaries sent here on earth. Regardless of their philosophies, we are responsible for our own actions. We  were all given the source of finding our truth which is buried within us, but we must learn to trust. We must free our minds and release all attachments, we must  release desire, let go of ego, remove doubt and fears, never entertain negativity of any kind,  all these are weights, burdens to which our spirit must not bear.

Buddha taught that the Origin of suffering is attachment!!. He said……

. The origin of suffering is attachment – not only do we fail to know reality but we   mis-know it. We attribute permanence to impermanence. The physical universe is constant change, but we know it as permanent – change is the only thing there is. Our ideas, the objects that surround us, and our perceptions, are all transient. Even our idea of “self” is a delusion since there is no permanent self. Craving and clinging to these inevitably leads to suffering.

Obara Meji

Obara Meji is a spiritualist, Ifa-Orisa practitioner, and teacher of metaphysics. Since 2011 she has used her online platform to share her personal experiences to those seeking answers about spirituality. Her teachings will expand into short stories, novels, and public speaking to continue her mission of bringing enlightenment to the world.

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Ase!! And to add to Buddha- “To be born is to suffer.”—-That is why transcending the flesh and all the trappings of this objective world are paramount to TRUE freedom……release and let it go! In meditation that is the principle….as soon as a thought arises just let it go!! Don’t hold on to past hurts and past regrets. Live in the NOW! Past emotional garbage will only serve to stagnate you and keep you rooted in the past. Just as you said Yeye the only thing constant in this energetic world is change! I have learned a long time ago to let go off stuff that I cannot control. “Lord grant me the serenity to accept the things that I cannot change and the courage/knowledge to know the difference.”

“To be born into this world means to suffer. That’s Buddha’s first Noble Truth. This is because human life isn’t perfect and neither are our surroundings. Our life in this world is subject to suffering and physical pain due to sickness, old age, disease, injury and death. We undergo mental suffering and pain due to sadness, disappointment, poverty, lust, love, fear, frustration, greed, injustice and depression.”

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