Category: Self-Realization

embracing non-action with a spiritual mentor coach

How Embracing Non-Action Leads to Spiritual Freedom

When navigating the external world, where we pursue our livelihoods and goals, the concept of non-action may seem impractical or even absurd. But for the earnest spiritual seeker, this notion is fundamental to reach the ultimate goal of Self-realization. Non-action is not about being idle or inert, which is utterly impossible, since we’re always doing something—or rather, something is always…

discover the secret to inner peace with a spiritual mentor coach

Uncover the Secret to Inner Peace By Embracing the Essence of Being

In the hustle and bustle of modern life, amidst the constant stream of thoughts and emotions, there lies a profound secret waiting to be uncovered: the secret to inner peace. This elusive treasure is not found in external possessions or achievements but resides within the depths of our being, in the realm of pure awareness and presence. The journey to…

heal your past with a spiritual mentor coach

Why Spiritual Liberation Demands the Courage to Heal Your Past

Self-knowledge is the true purpose of our human experience, but it is not an easy endeavor. We often equate our identity with the sum of our memories and tend to allow the past to define us, particularly by painful or traumatic events. The mind is made of memories, so what we perceive as the present is a mental-emotional projection of…

let go of old beliefs with a spiritual teacher & coach

How To Release Old Beliefs That Stunt Your Growth

In the Middle Ages, Catholic European countries considered translating the Bible into any common language a crime punishable with death. Latin was viewed as the language of God, and it was heresy to think otherwise. Clearly, it had nothing to do with God but with the power of the Church, which claimed to be God’s sole mediator. Uneducated commoners were…

Love-Consciousness Pyramid of spiritual maturity by Yol Swan

Why Spiritual Growth Is Like Climbing the Love-Consciousness Pyramid

Did you play Snakes and Ladders (or Chutes and Ladders) as a child? It is a modern version of the original Hindu board game known as Moksha Patan, or the “Ladder of Liberation,” which was aimed to reflect the game of hide-and-seek Divine Consciousness plays within the human mind. In the original game, you move through 9 or 10 rows…