Valuable Ideas @ Spiritual Wellness

Excerpt from Chapter 12 - Six Spiritual Disciplines

A bit of New Age humor: Bumper Stickers... My karma ran over my dogma. Never drive faster than your angel can fly. Out of body - will be back in 15 minutes.

In this chapter I shall briefly discuss six different spiritual systems. I believe each has strong value in helping people become more aligned with their souls and also has little likelihood of causing spinning of wheels. These systems are: the Michael Teachings, the Enneagram, the Human Design System, Jane Roberts' Seth books, Katie's Loving What Is and the teachings of Stalking Wolf.

It is obvious that these six are not the most popular New Age systems. I suggest the reason for their lack of super-popularity is the fact that it is somewhat difficult (though still possible) to turn these teachings into crutches rather than helping us towards spiritual wellness. The most popular New Age teachings, on the other hand, unintentionally provide easy ways to con ourselves into believing that all is wonderful and to avoid our Earth School lessons. (See Popularity Trap in Chapter 5.)

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© 2008 by Thayer White
Finding Your Soul in the Spirituality Maze

 

This Chapter
  Valuable Ideas @ Spiritual Wellness
  Three Important Spiritual Disciplines
  These Disciplines Promote Spiritual Growth
  Things To Like About Michael - Spiritual Health
  Michael Teachings II
  The Human Design System
  Human Design
  The Enneagram
  Jane Roberts - Seth Books
  Byron Katie: Loving What Is
  Byron Katie: Loving What Is II
  Stalking Wolf (Native American - Lipan Apache)
  Tom Brown Jr. - Stalking Wolf
  Unwanted Basic Spiritual Truths Trap
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  Nature vs. Nurture vs. Life Plan
  Spiritual Life Planning
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