We live in a spiritual universe, or we don’t.
Either something wondrous, transcendent and mystical lies beyond the veil of apparent reality, or there is nothing other than this fleeting, ephemeral existence.
You get to choose.
Yet we hedge our bets.
We hope that there is a higher realm, but we’ve got to work our jobs, pay our bills and meet our responsibilities.
And more often than not, we become lost in the Māyā.
Māyā is the ancient Sanskrit term for illusion.
Illusion has been with us since the dawn of time. It beckons us to distraction.
What is real?
What really matters?
What was the greatest moment of your life?
Right now, recall the greatest peak experience of your life.
It certainly wasn’t a thought.
It was steeped in feeling. Not in thought.
Thought is necessary.
But feeling is magic.
The best experiences are feelings.
Listen closely to your feelings.
Listen to that still, small voice inside you.
You will discover the fountain of your personal wisdom.
It whispers hints of where your treasure lies.