Interspirituality, a spiritual space which allows tolerance and integration for various beliefs about the nature of spirit, about how it manifests, grows, evolves, and draws from the wisdom schools, traditions, and gurus of different paths. This is a path which I’ve been on since I was 21, however, got lost, and didn’t recover until I was 38.
Now at 62 I’m happy to report that I’ve been living interspiritually since 1989, but increasingly since 2007. The discovery of Hindu, Jewish, Islam, and Buddhist traditions added to my Christian roots has given me an appreciation for the different flavours of spirit, mysticism, and how it manifests.It begins by forgiving one’s parents, healing one’s childhood wounds, becoming confident in one’s perfection and wholeness, committing to character building virtues, and belonging to a sangha (community) which shares values of love, compassion, integrity, honesty, generosity, moderation, and non-laziness. The Pranic Healing community is my home during the rest of this incarnation thanks to master MCKS Choa kok Sui. Blessings to all masters, Holy Teachers, Spiritual Elders and Great Ones, all children of the ParaBrahman, the Father/Mother god.