THE INFINITE SPARK
Learn the 8 Crucial Steps of how to access the Divinity within you! Unlock and Actualize your greatest potential! Create a life filled with Love, Meaning and Purpose!
A Word From The Author
Many people truly believe that happiness lies in some external achievement or acquisition. That if they accomplish x, y or z, they will then be happy. And this is fundamentally on of biggest mistakes in their thinking. Another problem is that they also believe, that if they had to find happiness within themselves, then they would stop striving to be better, and maybe wouldn’t aim at achieving anything. This is the second biggest mistake so many people make. Mastery isn’t about going to meditate in the mountains for the rest of your life. I’ve tried that…
Learn How to Deal with Stress, Anxiety, and Depression
- Learn how to harness your attention, so that you can effortlessly direct your focus.
- Learn how to surrender attachment, so that you can easily learn from and let go setbacks, and move beyond obstacles.
- Learn to completely believe in yourself, so that you can create a real vision of your life that you will love waking up to.
- Learn how to resolve inner conflict, and transform emotional baggage, so that you can start to harness the unlimited power of your unconscious mind.
These are by products of learning the art of emotional mastery. Some of them are extremely pleasant, like being able to transform negative experiences into positive ones. What would the value of just being able to do that be to you?
Chapter 2: The Valley of the Shadow
It’s time to wake up, we must wake up to the biggest denial that has been part of our mind and our culture for centuries. We are in denial of death and our true nature, and it’s hurting us on every front. The enemy is within.
Waking up tends to happen only when we have experienced enough pain and suffering that we reach a breaking point; a crisis or juncture in our life, when we say “enough is enough” and reach out and ask for help; we hit bottom.
It is time to consider what is really going on and why things are the way they are. Opening up to this is not easy; in fact, initially it feels very counter-intuitive because we start on a journey that leads towards the very thing that we have been trying to avoid—some form of pain.
But while facing this pain might be difficult, what is even more painful is getting to the end of our life and realizing too late that we have not yet lived.