“Becoming awake involves seeing our confusion more clearly.” – Chögyam Trungpa
When I listen for the whispers of God, or what some might call intuition, sometimes this voice is barely audible. In these instances, it’s fitting that God’s voice is often described as a still, small voice, because that’s what it feels like: an almost imperceptible nudge, like I’ve licked my index finger and held it in the air to feel the direction that the wind should take me in.
Other times, because I’m a hardheaded human, God yells at me. Mostly this occurs through God’s use of other people to repeatedly try to get a message across to me if I would only open my ears to receive it.
This is how I came to know that the next book I should read is “The Four Agreements.” I kept hearing about the book from multiple people, and God was meanwhile tapping His foot with impatience for me to read it already.
Loud and clear, boss, even if it did have to get to the point of the flashing sign on the side of the road.
Don Miguel Ruiz wrote “The Four Agreements” based on the ancient spiritual wisdom of the Toltec people of southern Mexico. Allow me to share the four agreements, why each is challenging, and real-life application of each agreement:Continue Reading