My Favorite Inspiring Quotes
Commentary by Peter Shepherd
The body, mind and spirit work independently and at the same time are inter-connected and usually experienced as one. Each reflect the other and also have their independent input. The body has its own awareness and you can listen to its knowing provided though feelings; it doesn't have the agenda of ego so in its own way is wiser.
Our inner knowing includes conscience, our sense of right and wrong, which is based on our inherent loving nature. The mind often has other ideas, so it's best to silence the mind when looking for inner guidance, to be with oneself and just know.
You can seek information and opinions from other sources to obtain different perspectives, and combine that with your own experience and insights. But before you act, recognize that only you know what's best for you. What does your whole being - mind, body and soul - say "Yes!" to?
As Rumi said, “Let yourself be silently drawn by the strange pull of what you really love. It will not lead you astray.”
Inside us, our resources are infinite, because we are connected and at one with the source of all creation.
Here’s some further reading on this theme...
To determine our path, we do well to surrender a choice governed by fear or attachment for the inner knowing of our Higher Self, expressed through our heart - what Krishnamurti calls "choiceless awareness." We need only ask: "Is this guided by love?" That always points to the true path ahead. Continues...