thePinkMyr (@thepinkmyr) 8 years, 9 months ago

What’s spirituality to you?
To me, when I here it I separate it immeditally and think of SPIRIT as the root word. There I take Spirit as the essence of which we have individually. Something that would live on passed our physical bodies pass on to another form. It would be what makes us individual.
Though, lately I do not care for that idea anymore. Not wanting to completely dismiss it because it’s a cool idea. I want to apply some other ideas to it in order to make it make more sense for me, because these ideologies are outdated and IMO created out of fear of death.
So, the thoughts I am trying to put together are that of SPIRIT and SCIENCE, or CHEMISTRY to be more specific.
I’m not sure what the word SPIRIT means to you, or anyone else for that matter, but to me I think of these things.
I have been looking at atoms and the simple biology that makes up our existence, they are everywhere in the ENTIRE UNIVERSE, literally. From my understanding being spiritual is being one with the universe and accepting all life tosses us, or something like that. But I don’t think that has anything to do with spirituality at all. I think it’s a grand realization that we may or may not come to at some point in our lives, and our existence, that we are in fact just as much a part of the universe as it is a part of us. With that comes ideas of equality, enlightenment and all kinds of mind-fucking, border-breaking thoughts that would change your life.
Look at it this way, we are as atoms, when we pass our atoms(OUR FUCKING ESSENCE) are still around doing their thing and helping other life flourish! GOD DAMMIT THATS A GOOD FEELING, for me at least. Knowing that it is REAL, it is TANGIBLE, not just an idea of a metaphysical something.
I love you guys :)

February 24, 2013 at 10:35 pm
Anonymous (149) (@) 8 years, 9 months ago ago

“Spirituality means waking up!” – Anthony de Mello – awareness

He gives an awesome explanation as to what it is in his perception.

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