Hello fellow tribe members,
In the name of truth you can accomplish many great things that you will never accomplish in the name of error. Ordinary, everyday, unassuming gurus that pass your way are disseminators of truth. Are you alert to those gurus?
Milt is looking for enlightenment. That is the ultimate quest of all of us. We take millions of paths to get there, but ultimately that is what we all want.
Hi Mr. Rob,
Jason is my guru friend. He is always giving me great Zen tips for inner enlightenment. He says you have to go into the dark to find the light. Do you agree with him? I like your quick answers.
Thank you, Milt
The desire to seek inner enlightenment begins with inner enrichment. And to begin the journey of inner enrichment is to notice the impoverishment you create in your inner world with thoughts of envy and resentment.
So, yes, entering the dark tunnel of the workings of your mind is the first light to ending the darkness. The second light is to understand that you don’t understand how your mind is working, and that’s why you feel like you’re groping in a dark room.
Only when you totally accept that you’ve been thinking the wrong way and are ready to learn the right way, do the lights get real bright. Just begin at the beginning and before you know it you will experience the kingdom of heaven. Whatsoever has been lost can now be found, and feelings of envy or resentment are no longer familiar. They have left you as you focused your view on what’s right and beautifully true.
Perhaps this sounds like a teaser, but pondering what’s been shared here will become a real pleaser if you open yourself to new and higher advice.
Blessing to you Milt, Rob
Okay folks, what do you think?
Can you relate to this conversation?
Have you ever had to go into the dark in order to find the light?
An absolute requirement for creating a beautiful life is to courageously look at the mess you’ve made (that’s the dark).
Blessings and Love, Rob
PS Painful envy and painful resentment are great dark places to begin saying “no” so you can begin living lightly