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Connecting the dots

    We feel there is something beyond the limited material world we observe.

At a time when we still believe that Santa Claus lives on the North Pole, we enter school and we are taught that the world we reside in is material and governed by Newton's laws. And it stays so, until we somehow end-up by awakening our spirituality.

By learning to trust our intuition or by studying in depth the quantum physics, we discover the so-called quantum or spiritual world.  Although we undoubtedly perceive this new world and we are so keen to explore it, unfortunately most of us will fail. We fail mostly because we mistakenly assume that we have to give up on the material reality in order to access the spiritual one.

As a matter of fact, we don’t have to make any exclusive choice since the spiritual and material worlds are rather parallel than alternative, as is falsely believed. We don’t have to hide or deny our PhD-level instruction while joining a spiritual or religious practice. Contrary to  popular belief, a spiritual or religious mind-set won’t hold us back from achieving  academic or career excellence.  Albert Einstein, one of the most recognized and well-known scientists, was a profoundly spiritual man, the same for Max Plank, Nikola Tesla, Isaac Newton and many other well-known scientists, political leaders, philosophers, and artists.

The concept of the materialistic world is nothing but a mechanistic model governed by Newton's laws, and it hasn’t been proved true so far. Newton's laws explain how things work under the condition that things are average sized and move with average speeds. So far, the materialistic models didn’t offer a reasonable explanation of what happens when things are way too big, way too small, or move too fast. Moreover, materialistic models don't offer any explanation of why things exist, or why the world exists. Therefore, the Euclidian materialistic world is sad, spiritless and purposeless.

However, the intelligence, the instruction, hard work, wealth, and most of the tools we need to succeed with our academic teaching and our career, and ultimately to be perceived as successful individuals, all these belong to the Newtonian material world. And you'll most probably follow this pattern, unless your dream is to pursue a career that requires a high level of creativity, or to become a priest, an artist, a top scientist, a philosopher, or other roles where inspiration is a must. If so, then you'll better look towards spiritual growth, since inspiration and creation are spiritual concepts.

The quantum or so-called spiritual world gives us a higher perspective of the limitless universe. The spiritual world opens up our perspective by giving to our existence a purpose as spirits with a human life and enabling our limitless potential to actively create the world we inhabit. The wisdom, the gratitude, humbleness, inspiration, creativity, compassion, charity, forgiveness, kindness, and many other virtues that make us feel human and give us a sense and a purpose to our life; all these are spiritual, philosophical and religious concepts. The practice of the healing arts is a spiritual concept as well.

Taking full advantage of both the materialistic and spiritual world is a matter of personal decision and has nothing to do with scientific proofs. It depends only on you whether or not you want to take the best of each of these oh so different worlds. All you’ll have to do is to enable your innate multitasking capabilities and to extend your universe by adding the spiritual world that you perceive intuitively, to the materialistic one that we all observe.

Whether you feel that you are a human being with a spiritual experience or a spirit with human life experiences, let this life be a journey into these parallel worlds’ universe and help you live your life in its fullness.

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Disclaimer: The above content is intended for general informational purposes and does not constitute any psychological or other medical professional advice. I don't diagnose conditions, nor do I interfere with any treatments given by your medical professional.

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