I have never been a religious person. My family is Buddhist, but we never practiced any religion in my family and I consider myself nonreligious, but a spiritual person. My spiritual practices now are not based in any one religion, because I believe that all religions share fundamentally the same principals of compassion, unconditional love, forgiveness, kindness, etc. In other words, I choose to see that we are all alike in our beliefs rather than different regardless of our religion.
One principal that I have learned during my spiritual practice in the past two and half year is the concept of faith. My understanding of faith is the belief that we have power within to change our lives, and when we seek the path of our truth, consider everyone we meet as our teacher to learn the lessons for our lives, then we shall be protected along this path, and others will help us along the way. This is the Divine truth I have been told, and believe this innately within my being.
Because of my childhood abuse, I am not close to my family, and because of my fears of being hurt and injured again, I did not allow many to become close to me or truly into my life. I always felt very much alone within. As I began my spiritual journey when my Kundalini began, I was sent my Twin Flame who also is Kundalini active, and found an acupunturist who is an empath to help me through my Kundalini rising.
Many times along my journey, I lost faith that I would find my way, but my life proved me wrong. As I continued along my path, I needed to separate from my Twin Flame to do our ascension work separately. Miraculously, I attracted a Kundalini active friend doing ascension work who is now my rock climbing partner, and we share our spiritual work together each week as we rock climb. Later, as I became stuck in my emotional release work involving my father, another Kundalini active energy healer who serves as a catalyst contacted me by email resulting in my final release of the pain from my childhood abuse by my father.
I attracted these individuals into my life to help and protect me through this difficult process of self discovery, emotional healing, learning self love, and finding my inner truth. Do not lose faith, and believe in yourself since that power is within you. I now understand that faith is to believe in my own power of healing through self love. This spiritual journey has changed my soul life eternally, and I have freed myself from lifetimes of bondage and suffering. I give thanks and infinite gratitude. With healing love, Brooke (Copyright 2013 Burrowing Owl Press/Brooke Chang with All Rights Reserved)
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You are most welcome and thank you for sharing my words with others. Love to you!