Soul correction: Revealing the hidden

revealing-the-hiddenWe could say that people with this soul correction stop at the surface, if there were no other dimension. Paper thin reality is where they fancy they live, where things are what they appear to be.

But reality is more like an iceberg: every spot goes deep below the visible, several layers, into the dark depths of the ocean.

Living on the surface, considering the visible to be all there is, gives you a life that is as vulnerable as it gets. You are not dealing with it all.

You are probably also lazy or appear to be lazy. Because laziness is a great excuse: you can ignore, i.e. willfully discount that everything that matters is below the surface.

SunkenRuins

sunken-treasures-below-the-surfaceYou are probably very miserable because you are expecting life to be a fairy tale, and life isn't a fairy tale at all. Life is dangerous. And even real beauty, the richness of life, anything that is worth living for, isn't on the surface for easy pickings. Life doesn't give up easily its treasures.

Your job, (if you want to work on your soul correction,) is to get into the habit of going deep, and doing it joyfully, because it is interesting, fascinating, and fun.

Fall in love with it, or you won't do it. The rewards won't be immediate.

Lift every carpet, wall covering, every pretense, every myth, every belief, every story, every so called truth.

Ask for guidance, but don't ask for someone else to do the work for you.

Grow up. No one can do your work for you. You are the one.

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Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

award winning architect, magazine publisher, transformational and spiritual coach and teacher, self declared Avatar

2 thoughts on “Soul correction: Revealing the hidden”

  1. I wonder how deep I go. I am not miserable though. Someone once said to me “you are focussing on the black dot, instead of what’s there”. I was surprised because I thought that is what the inner work is all about.

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