Spiritual Growth

Excerpt from Chapter 17 - Predictions for Our Future

It is our choice to choose spiritual/psychological growth or spinning-of-wheels. Ultimately, it is not important which choice we make. As Lao-Tse said, "Do nothing and everything will get done." Our souls can and will get it all done, with or without our conscious cooperation or efforts, no matter how stubborn we are.

However, by making personal transformation (both spiritual and psychological) a lifelong goal and by moderate studying, you can receive important benefits:

You will become more spiritually advanced.
You will need fewer incarnations.
You will feel less super-glued to every thing and every body.
You will spin your wheels less often.
You will be happier and more satisfied with your life.
You will love what is.
You will regularly experience exquisite loveliness.
You will become more closely aligned with your soul.
Your choices (for or against quality transformation) determine your happiness, your future and the quality of your own unique life journey. I suggest you make high-quality choices. This book now ends with the same words that ended Chapter 1:

Reminder: The Spiritual Goal I Recommend Is to Align With Your Soul. Unwelcome truth: Your Adaptive Personality Fears Such Alignment

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© 2008 by Thayer White
Finding Your Soul in the Spirituality Maze


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