Spiritual Journey... who would actually go back to before?

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CalgaryEmpath82
@calgaryempath82
2 years ago
19 posts

I have been embracing being an emapth for quite some time. Only in the last while have I been embracing a six sensory life' including developing my intuition and having a strong connection to my spirit guides.

The journey for me has been wonderful. I always felt like a had a purpose or there was a void inside me, like something was missing. I couldn't put my finger on what though. After several months of strong communication, guidance, and wonderful experiences, I know that what I longed for, was the connection I now have to my higher self, my spirit guides, and the universe.

I remember how life just was. It was just there... fate at times, and. coincidence at others.

Now that I know my guides are there and guiding me... that I am creating and co-creating my experience through the laws of attraction, and that anything is possible through expecting and living in a positive vibrational way... I don't think knowing what I know now, that I could be happy going back to the way things were, without these gifts from the universe.

Would any of you want to live in a world again, the way it was before "KNOWING" or "BEING" and experiencing life the way we do now?


updated by @calgaryempath82: 06/14/17 10:38:13PM
Lotusfly
@lotusfly
last year
410 posts

Hi Mike,

There is no going back for me. Evolution is evolution, and I'm in a forward movement, so I would protest or die than revert back to living in the old world.

We, as humans, are heading for a spiritual era. Instead of science, technology, and religion, everything will be spiritual - oneness, through individuality. All separation will merge.

I'm already there and I've been asked to help lead this spiritual world. The New Earth, is Heaven on Earth. It is already here for those who are aware (i.e. at the higher spiritual state of awareness).

So, to answer your question, no, there is no going back to having closed eyes once they've been opened :)

Peace, love, and namaste~

Karen2
@womanwhowalks
10 months ago
762 posts
Naw...even with all the trouble i've been having with certain ppl....I wouldn't go back to the other way.....I love my spirit guides....and I love being able to hear....I've been so lucky to have these gifts i've been given and all the help I've received from the spirit world....i'd be a tad bored and sad if things ever went back to before....lol...
bunnigirl
@bunnigirl
10 months ago
169 posts
Hi all,

I relate very much. When I an being led by the divine, guides and angels things are SO much clearer and intuition flows and it is all mystical and I am always blown away. Most people in my life are not 'there' yet themselves so the lonely aspect is very strong and a struggle for me. I can't go back no matter how hard I try and my trip to Sedona confirmed all that so I am at a crossroads but yes having the awareness and peace that comes from this journey doesn't compare to anything else!
Angel
@angel
8 months ago
603 posts

Sometimes I wish I could go back, at times knowledge is power, but sometimes it strips that power. When I was younger I lived in a pretty dark world, but the light within guided me, without question. When you are unaware that that light could be snuffed, then you live believing that the light is always with you. But once you experience a lie without light and being forced to create your own, your reality changes. It offers the ability to think in a different way, but it also forces you to realize a reality that never exsisted before. Though I longed for knowledge, once I gained that  knowledge, it opened me up to other knowledge that I can never"unlearn".  When I was young, and approached by my first lost soul, my instinct was for him to go to heaven. It wasn't until that moment that I was introduced to a whole different world, hell, or at least his. At that moment I saw him. After him, I saw, felt and experienced the darkness that followed him, which lead me down a path of understanding that darkness and the fear that came with it. I still had belief, not by what I read, but what I already knew. Once I began to obtain knowledge, I lost alot of belief, I no longer went on instinct. Though provided answers, it also left me with more questions. I now had to search for "proof" instead of relying on "just knowing", which in turn, all the knoweldge brought me back to what I knew all along, the only difference is now I have names to all of this. I now have a deeper understanding of all of this spiritual stuff, but it came at a very high price. Trading in instinct for knowledge, mentally it helps to figure thing out and it makes more sense, but it doesn't flow as freely. I went from a world where I believed anything and everything is possible into a world where I now question everything. Blind faith was once a source of power, a power source I no longer have, so I have to pull on more logical things to pull power from, yet being an emotional being, doesn't seem so logical,lol.

On the flip side, knowledge has given me deeper understanding to some of the things I have done and what I am capable of doing. It's open me up to new possibilities that I couldn't have imagined before. It's also nice,sometimes to go that deep, to understand and find longer lasting ways to deal with the issues with Spirit, but it also makes less connected.

Like I said, alot has been gained through the knoweldge I found on this path, but alot has also been lost. Everything comes at a price, the question is whether or not it is worth it, and I haven't decided yet if it was really worth it. Knowledge really separated my human side and spiritual side, where, when I was young and did not know, it was connected, everything was in sinc. So, IDK. 

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