How to find Your Own Spiritual Path

I often encounter people expressing sentiments such as, “I am spiritual but not religious,” or “I believe in something greater than me, but I don’t know what that means.” The quest to find meaning, strength, hope, and peace through a spiritual belief probably goes back to when humans still lived in caves. Across millennia, religions extended a haven and framework to those pursuing a link with a higher power. However, an increasing number of individuals have grown disheartened and disenchanted with teachings that seem geared toward manipulation and disempowerment, especially as leaders of religious institutions have perpetrated actions contradictory to their professed ideals
.Les Jensen’s book is for all those seekers who want to define their own spiritual path. In clear and gentle ways, he lays out that the search for the divine begins and culminates within oneself and that in contrast to the religious dogmas, many of us have internalized, we are not separate from God but one with the universal source. To connect and harmoniously exist in accord with this source, Jensen advocates following a straightforward directive from the divine: “Love one another. Forgive yourself, and then forgive others. Have compassion for yourself and for others too. Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” Powerful and indispensable reminders during times of escalating divisiveness and xeno- and homophobia.
I wholeheartedly endorse this book to anyone looking for the divine light within to gain a greater sense of meaning, tranquility and empowerment.

Forgiven Sinner: Gods Last Savior
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