By Dr Charlie Ward | First published at 16:05 UTC on September 6th, 2021.
To hell and back,
Where it knows only, lovelessness, guilt separation lack, and attack.
Like this or like that.
But nothing else, the ego hates truth but find solace in facts.
The ego uses the past to find solutions it created itself, never will it ask for help. It knows everything, yet totally blind.
When help comes the ego rejects it, if it’s not of it’s kind. Like truth tellers are never welcome on a give-away line.
What is this Ego? How did it come to be? When we turned our backs on the Holy spirit. We created something else to believe. And it’s unholy.
But with infinite grace and love that transcends both space and time. The Holy Spirit helps us get back in line. Using all we have created through separation and lack.
We learn from it, and get our true sight back. Holy Spirit brings healing so we can stand upright again. And we gift this to all who have turned away so that they too will see light again and then…we all win.
See everything with a spiritual lens instead of our physical eyes. The defunct chariot with half a horse and half a horsemen to which the ego rides.
Guest writer for Wake Up World – November 2nd, 2020
Some of you are asking me to clarify how seemingly benign “love and light” New Age belief systems could possibly be damaging, especially to BIPOC, LGBTQIA+, and disabled folks. So let’s unpack a few common New Age teachings (that I tried on years ago like a new sundress and discarded them after I realized how damaging and unempathic they could be). Forgive the length. I have a lot to say about this. Lest you think I have not also been guilty of drinking the Kool-Aid with these New Age beliefs and perpetrating some of the unempathic behaviors that tend to go along with them, I have been both traumatized by these teachings and probably have traumatized others as well.
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