Transcendence – (def) an existence, experience or knowledge beyond that which is considered normal or from the physical level, giving us the desire, passion and ability to transform and grow.
Excellence, Magnificence, Beyond, to Climb, to Exceed, Surpass.
Sometimes in reading, entering into the consciousness of another through written words, an invitation arises to enter into a brand new structure of the self and can be revealed in a moments time, recognition and realization of an emotion; a feeling; a transference of the Heart.
Pay attention to your feelings, reactions and how you approach each moment.
Get comfortable in Silence and in You.
Spiritual advancement comes from the desire for transformation within a person. Begin the journey of listening.
To strive to climb the ladder towards transformation, focus all life force energy in the shrine of the Heart and move upwards to the center of consciousness.
Choose Love. Know that it’s there. Where would we be if we eliminated fear?
“Nurturing Healing Love.” Read the book. It’s transformative. Scarlet Lewis shares her story about how after grueling hours of having to find out her 5 year old, Jesse was killed at a mass shooting at a school in Newtown, Connecticut, her life became a vehicle for healing and transformation for herself and others.
Scarlet came back to her home the devastating day she found out her little boy was killed, to pick up some things before going to stay with her parents. On a chalkboard in the kitchen, Jesse had scribbled, “Nurturing Healing Love.” Scarlet knew then that this was her path and purpose to orchestrate healing not only for herself but for the world, to teach to choose love.
The ultimate spiritual authority comes from the quality and depth of our spiritual transformation within.
Venture forth into the boundless, into the limitless, into the possibility which is transcendent.
Our creativity forges on, passes on and lives forever.
“If we companion with the great and the good and commune with their thoughts through their written words until we enter into a psychic conciousness that isn’t written at all, in my estimation (I am sure of it; that is why we read great literature; why we listen to great music; it is what wasn’t recorded that is suggested by what was and I believe it is transcendent)” Ernest Holmes