Jan 21, 2012
If you ask someone why religion and/or spirituality is important to them or is not important to them, invariably the answer will center on whether itactually works for that person. While it is true that there are some who will go through the motions based on someone "up there" keeping score and passing judgement, for most of us something like religion becomes important if it works. And by that I mean that if it's going to be important to me (or you), then it has to work for me (or you).
There are those who are non-spiritual or anti-spiritual because what they were told simply did not work for them. And, of course, there are those who were close to having a really great spiritual life - until someone with an agenda told them that what they were doing was wrong. And then they made the mistake of believing that instead of their real experience!
And so, it has to work. But, there's a catch! If it's going to work for you, you have to be able to see it working. And for that, you need to know where to look and what to look for.
And, there is a way to help that happen. And we'll discuss that here in detail. It's mostly common sense, but in a direction which many people don't explore. All that and bearing in mind that this is your individual experience, so don't judge yours based on what someone claims is theirs!
And with your inner and outer eyes open, you'll see - indeed!