“The answers to what we are seeking are amidst the questions that we ask.”
Everything we need to know lies within us; but when we put the answer to what we already know into a form of a question, we are seeking an alternative answer to that of which we do not want to take ownership of.
We must follow our inner knowing for if we take an alternative route it will only lead us back to the same question.
When the depth of our true self is unknown, we will mold our self into whatever someone else is looking for in order to feel accepted… which in turn only adds another veil of distortion, to block our spirit from emerging.
When ones spirit is unknown to the mind, the mind is in control with only moments of supernatural clarity of the spirit.
The mind wants us to believe that we are nothing but a physical being because it knows that if we connect to the voice of our spirit we will no longer spin in mindful thinking.
Our internal senses is our spirit speaking; so we must listen even when it goes against what our mind would want to do, because there is a Divine plan for each of us and by connecting to our spirit we make the plan flow, instead of prolonging the outcome of what is destined to be.