We can’t speak of spirituality without taking a look at the subjective world of individuals, beginning with our own. Personal experiences extend from self-centred awareness to subtle inner reverberations concerning greater existence. Subjectivity is the feeling nexus that decodes them, often without distinguishing their source. It represents the precise junction where our relationship with others and our environment contacts the greater participation with all of life. Our interpretation of the sensations and emotions that ensue determines the field of ethics that colours all our creations.
Ethics is not something we learn; it parts from our inner core as a caring human response. We are bequeathed commandments regarding external behaviour, but these merely replace the experience of innermost contact that provides the understanding and compassion needed for truly humane expression.
The four part series on the phenomenon of thought-forms (http://www.lamujerinterior.es/en/the-laws-of-life-i/) showed how we construct our personal and collective reality according to belief coloured by feeling. It follows that we should understand the ethical quality of resonances we project in building our common world.
It is fashionable in the spiritual world to speak […]