I’ve been meditating on what is most blocking the spiritual communities, and what is causing what I teach to mix like oil and water with the spiritual communities. 5 walls came up during my meditation.

First is the Sacred Wall. When you view something as being sacred, it is an attachment to a strong value that blocks you from valuing other dimensions of life. An example of this is when I purchased a high-quality Tibetan Healing Bowl hand-forged by Tibetan monks, I made the joke of using it to prepare salad and the guy got really offended because this is sacred. Truth it, the monks are using those bowls to carry their food! That’s what they use instead of plates. You could call this the sacred layer of BS that covers the purity of life.

The verb ‘value’ is something positive. The noun ‘value’ is something negative. Unconditional love is about accepting, embracing and valuing all aspects and all dimensions of life without conditions. It means to value (verb) anything and everything, sometimes with priorities based on your soul’s path. A value (noun) is an attachment to a valuation that blinds you from other perspectives of life. A value always comes from the false ego. Anything sacred is a value as a noun. One of the keys to heaven is to transmute your values (noun) into valuing (verbs) and to let go of attachments along the way.

Second is the wall of sexuality. Spirituality has been seen for a very long time as …Read More

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