Spiritual Knowledge

Spiritual knowledge is an asset to your soul as it imparts the Light of truth. The Light helps you see through the lies and fallacies of the dark forces that have taken over the minds of people, and ensnared them into living degradable lives at the mercy of the emptiness of materialism.
Spiritual Knowledge
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An illumined mind is free from fears that are the progeny of spiritual ignorance. You are led to believe right from early childhood about the horrors of death, and to fear our Beloved Almighty, as an angry and judgmental Being in the sky who is ready to whack you the moment you fail to live up to His expectations. You are conditioned to believe that you are a powerless being, a sinner, and that you have no right to rise to Christhood, which is truly your birthright. All these false beliefs and wrong conditionings have been instilled by the religious

leaders for better control over the masses. All these lies programmed in you, are keeping you trapped in the lower consciousness, where you continue to live with fear, guilt and shame. This is not how you are expected to live. These ones, who are officiating as servants of God, know that if man knew that he is a powerful being they would lose out on the power and control over their followers. These who mislead the masses do all they can in their power to keep man away from the Light of God. They are truly the agents of the dark in the name of religion.

Reclaim your power for you are a rightful child of the Mighty Creator. You have come here not to live with guilt and blame but to improve upon your shortcomings and evolve into super-beings – the Buddhic consciousness. Do not condemn yourself for the mistakes you have made. Mistakes are a part of your life-curriculum. You would not be here on Earth if you were perfect. It is what you make of your mistakes that counts, and not the mistakes

themselves. To learn from your mistakes is the biggest achievement of the soul. Each time you learn from your mistakes you are refining yourself a bit more than before. Difficult situations are giving you the opportunity to amend your mistakes for which you regret; they are giving you an opportunity to unravel the wrong you have committed in the past. 

Know that you have come to Earth to learn the lesson of unconditional love, and that your enemies are your ideal teachers in this school of hard-knocks. Do not hate your enemies. Thank them for subjecting you to hurt and pain. They are giving you the occasion to practise this wonderful virtue of unconditional love. It is easy to love people who are nice and loving to you. But to love someone who resents you , and to forgive someone who has hurt you deeply, is the biggest challenge. This is where your free-will counts. Would you rather live mechanically as programmed by the old conditionings of an eye for an eye, or would you rather use your free-will, and choose what is best in keeping with your spiritual progress? Look upon all challenging situations and difficult people as props upon which you can gauge your progress. For all you know they have come into your life because you requested them to do so for the sake of your progress. The contract is clinched with the guidance and presence of your spirit guides before you come to Earth. In all probability, your “enemy” is enacting the role of a villain at your behest for the sake of your spiritual progress. Think about it! 



Article Written By angelite9

I am a spiritualist and a freelance writer. I deal with topics of spirituality and life-teachings. I use creative writing to spread spiritual knowledge to the masses and illumine their minds on the unseen realities.

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  • ilovegemni110  14-03-2017
    Great knowledge and information how a wonderfully you explain to handle any kind of situation which occurs. there is a way to get rid of any hurdle and ups and downs. spirituality is main power of all. I have deduced that you have gone through it
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    • angelite9  17-03-2017
      Thank you, ilovegemni110 for your comment and for appreciating my article. My articles are inspired by the higher Beings of Light who encourage us to tackle the challenges of life with peace and acceptance so that we may experience greater happiness even in the face of all the worldly problems.
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  • nbillett  20-02-2017
    Powerful article. The enemy is ever abounding but so is spiritual freedom. To be spiritual free is to be enlighten in the ways of good and truth which is the path we are all to take.
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    • angelite9  20-02-2017
      Thank you nbillett for your comment. Spiritual freedom is what every soul yearns for in this world where materialism is oppressing it. True. The Path of Righteousness is the Path to spiritual freedom.
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  • silkygrover  20-02-2017
    Spiritual powers are the result of application of spiritual knowledge. "Lead the life necessary for the acquisition of such knowledge and powers, and Wisdom will come to you naturally" (S.D., I, 167). H.P.B. mentions two kinds of powers—Spiritual and psychic—in a footnote in The Voice of the Silence: The Pali word Iddhi is the synonym of the Sanskrit Siddhis, or psychic faculties, the abnormal powers in man. There are two kinds of Siddhis. One group embraces the lower, coarse, psychic and mental energies; the other is one which exacts the highest training of Spiritual powers. Says Krishna in Shrimad Bhagavat: "He who is engaged in the performance of Yoga, who has subdued his senses and who has concentrated his mind in me (Krishna) such Yogis all the Siddhis stand ready to serve." The Voice of the Silence, being chosen fragments from the Book of the Golden Precepts, is meant for the daily use of Lanoos (disciples). At the outset, H.P.B. warns us of the dangers of the lower Iddhis, i.e., psychic powers. Spiritual powers, described as Rajavidya or Kingly Knowledge, are acquired only by Raja Yogis. The Ninth Chapter of the Gita is entitled "Devotion by Means of the Kingly Knowledge and the Kingly Mystery." In this chapter, Sri Krishna talks about a certain stage in the development of the disciple's life and mentions a necessary condition to be fulfilled for the acquirement of this knowledge. Thus: Unto thee who findeth no fault I will now make known this most mysterious knowledge, coupled with a realization of it, which having known thou shalt be delivered from evil. (Gita, IX) The condition is "Anusuyave" which has been translated by Mr. Judge as "one who findeth no fault." It refers to the definite stage in the disciple's life, when he ceases to doubt the teachings and the Teacher. One cannot be a doubting Thomas or a carping critic, if one wants to gain spiritual wisdom, which has been described as "the royal knowledge, the royal mystery, the most excellent purifier, clearly comprehensible, not opposed to sacred law, easy to perform, and inexhaustible." Doubt in one's own ability, or in the Guru, or in the teaching, can be a hindrance to the acquirement of knowledge. Doubt hinders spiritual progress. Some commentators have translated the Sanskrit "Anusuyave" as "one who is not jealous," i.e., not jealous of others, especially those ho have perfected themselves. If doubt lurks in the mind, one cannot be attentive. A disciple should not doubt the unerring nature of the law of Karma, as suggested in one of the qualifications for chelaship: Truthfulness and unswerving faith in the law of Karma, independent of any power in nature that could interfere: a law whose course is not to be obstructed by any agency, not to be caused to deviate by prayer or propitiatory exoteric ceremonies. (Raja-Yoga or Occultism, p. 2)
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    • angelite9  20-02-2017
      Thank you Silkygrover for your comment. Mme Blavatsky's theosophical works are indeed very deep. I like the part where spiritual knowledge is described as being "royal knowledge, royal mystery etc ..." No worldly knowledge compares with it. It is only spiritual knowledge that helps to bring about true enlightenment, and clears away all doubts, fears and superstitions that hinder one from treading the Path courageously.
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  • angelite9  17-02-2017
    Hi Destinykst, Thanks for your comment. Forgiveness and unconditional love are the values that we come to Earth to cultivate. Children, especially should be taught this right from early childhood so that they grow up to be strong people. The world would then be a much better place to live in.
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  • destinykst  17-02-2017
    Mistakes have the power to turn you into something better than you were before. Rather than regretting on something we should try to analyse our mistake and make sure we won't repeat it next time ,surely it will make us a better person, a more refined one.And yes wise men can learn many things from their enemies and forgiving is the best act as forgiveness is the attribute of the strong and not of the weak.
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