The Inward Way is about surviving—even thriving—especially in these times, and always. It’s scary to think we’re infinitely immense, so we hide our true identity found only inward, turning instead to fear that we’re barely even “good enough”. The Voice we fear is the limitless Wisdom found in spiritual consciousness: the whispers that await our awareness as we listen inwardly, free from outer influence. Once we come to fully comprehend our real identity—the ineffable, infinite foundation of all Truth—we simply extend that identity by setting it free as our Life faithfully lived. This is The Inward Way. Through these podcasts, you’ll have more than ample opportunities to hone your ability to live true to your Self, to demonstrate you authenticity throughout life.
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This episode deals with becoming aware of how using symbolic meaning opens out perspecive on deeper meaning that using the inellecct alone.
Discerning the means for creating our own heaven or hell continues, setting the foundation for what we can gain anew from Biblical Scripture.
This episode introduces several ways that we make our life either heaven or hell. And either is our responsibility, not that of others.
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The Inward Way launched 8 months ago and published 38 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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