Spiritual Enlightenment

The path towards spiritual enlightenment is one of surrender. You must free yourself from false beliefs and seek only the Truth. Many people these days prefer the term spiritual over religious.

With some of the travesties and atrocities caused by religious organizations throughout the centuries, and presently, it is understandable that some have begun to disassociate with religions. I myself did just that.

What I discovered on my quest for truth was that the Teachers of the greatest, most powerful religions in the world were without a doubt, the greatest spiritual masters of all time.

It would not be wrong to call them God in human form.

Abandoning the teachings of the Avatars and Saviors can seriously prolong your spiritual quest. Keep in mind that Jesus and Buddha never established religions, they established teachings of Truth.

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Jesus’ disciples were spreading the word of the Kingdom of Heaven, not establishing a religion. Regardless of the events caused in Jesus' name, He taught only truth.

To seek the Truth is to seek the Kingdom, for the Kingdom is Truth. There is no spiritual, without spirit, and spirit comes from God.

The many religious traditions of Christianity all stem from Roman Catholicism, which was founded centuries after Jesus’ crucifixion. Some of his teachings were misinterpreted and distorted. Focus on the gospels, and his sayings.

The greatest advantage of the spiritual versus religious path is that you are not confined to one teacher.

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There are many teachers of spiritual Truth, but if you were to focus on the teachings of Lord Buddha, Lord Jesus, and Lord Krishna, you would receive the maximum dose of spiritual wisdom.

When the Avatars were on Earth they not only taught the Truth, they each created an energy field within human consciousness that we can all tap into.

To pray to, meditate on and worship the Avatars will greatly benefit your spirit. To seek enlightenment you must learn from those who have attained it.

There are levels to enlightenment, and to spiritual energy, The more powerful the energy you focus on, the quicker your evolution.

One does not need to belong to a religion, or a group of any kind, to embark upon the quest for Truth. Ultimately Truth is found within.

It is the desire for Truth, the willingness to surrender, and the commitment to follow the teachings that is important. Spiritual Enlightenment lies within yourself.

Focus on gaining True wisdom, keep an open mind, have faith, and trust. The Truth will set you free.

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Do not believe in anything simply because you have heard it. Do not believe in anything simply because it is spoken and rumored by many. Do not believe in anything because it is found written in your religious books. Do not believe in anything merely on the authority of your teachers and elders. Do not believe in traditions because they have been handed down for many generations. But after observation and analysis, when you find anything that agrees with reason and is conducive to the good and benefit of one and all, then accept it and live up to it.
Siddhartha Gautama
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563-483 B.C.

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