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Beyond Mind for Guidance June 4, 2010

Posted by Carole Lynne in All About Spirit, Author Carole Lynne, Carole Lynne reads Sri Aurobindo and the Mother, mediumship, Spiritual Awakening, Uncategorized.
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Many people ask how they can get in touch with their inner guidance.  Instead of depending on seeking advice from others, they want to tune into that part of each one of us that is connected to Divine Consciousness.

Too often, we mistake our deep emotions as messages of truth about our lives. But in reality, our emotions are full of desires from the ego, and cannot always be the best source of guidance.  There is a level of consciousness beyond our thinking and emotions, that connects us with the power of the Divine.  It is through this mystical connection that we can learn and become the people we want to be.

As we connect with the Divine, we have individual experiences and do not see the Divine in the same way.  Some speak of God, some of the angels, some of spiritual guides: there are many ways that the Divine appears to us and many ways that we interpret messages from the Divine.  It is a shame that as human beings we argue so much over what the Divine is really like when it may be that many of us are connecting to the same Source. Why argue about the Divine?  Let us instead, focus on opening to the Divine so that we may better serve ourselves and others during our human lives on earth.

Psychic Medium and Inspirational Author Carole Lynne

www.carolelynne.com

www.carolelynnecosmicconnection.com

www.sriaurobindosociety.org.in

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