Friday, 01 November 2019
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In the article on this site on "Heaven, Hell and Liberation" when the author says that,when we sincerely begin to analyze we find that no one is listening to the "divine king" that should be seated on the throne of our conciousness. And from moment to moment we are listening to a different false god such as the god of lust.

I looked at things differently and in a more positive light. I believed that I was listening to God and he has helped me throughout my life in various circumstances and moments.

Can you please help me with understanding this?

So do we get messeges from the divine and just not always know for sure.? We do listen sometimes then or partly, it is there? I have read on this site that we all have the divine within us whether we know or not.
2 years ago
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#20102
Accepted Answer
Our thoughts, feelings, and actions tend to be egotistical, and since we are 97% ego, the majority of our influences belong to hell, the animal mind (ego).

However, through psychological work, our capacity to receive genuine internal messages, i.e. astral experiences, awakened consciousness, direct communication with divinity, is increased.

One can listen to our inner impulses, but how many of us actually discriminate and know where it comes from, or know how to speak back to the divine?

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

2 years ago
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#20102
Accepted Answer
Our thoughts, feelings, and actions tend to be egotistical, and since we are 97% ego, the majority of our influences belong to hell, the animal mind (ego).

However, through psychological work, our capacity to receive genuine internal messages, i.e. astral experiences, awakened consciousness, direct communication with divinity, is increased.

One can listen to our inner impulses, but how many of us actually discriminate and know where it comes from, or know how to speak back to the divine?

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

2 years ago
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#20119
Yes, thank you, I see what you are saying. So if we do our best to discriminate where are thoughts are coming from and choose to best course of action based on doing the right thing, not harming others, loving them, Is this closer to the divine then? Is the intuition the best way we can experience our direct answers from the divine? I experience it as subtle mostly. So this requires faith to not be led astray from my intuition and experience of the divine. Do you think that faith is also important?
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