Comments on: Truth is what I am the practical spirituality of unconditional love Tue, 27 Jul 2010 11:12:14 +0000 hourly 1 By: Sherri Wed, 11 Jul 2007 03:43:54 +0000 “When the pupil is ready, the Master appears. Today I am ready to see……..”

What a beautiful, wonderful thing to say and confront…really..”When the pupil is ready, the Master appears.” Wow. What an honor.

One must respect it’s Master. However,
what if it is really the Pupil who arrived for the Master? Are the same levels of respect and joy returned to the pupil? If not, does the master really deserve to be called a master? And the real illusion is….”Who is the real Master?” Whatever we allow our mind to create for us is one thing. But accepting it is another. To allow soul, if it is pure, of course, to override ego and mind, can cut through illusions.

Yes…I would have to agree that “Insights” do indeed need quiet time and peace. And when those moments happen are like dreaming while conciousness.

“Does reality create illusions?”

Possibly. It all depends how the perceiver
extends that understanding to the receiver.
And if the receiver wants to chose to believe
that thought. Depending on where that thought
generated from. Whether it is from ego or humility. And choses what to trust…
This, ultimatly, can call for the external and ending result.
EX: Do you as a human allow your ego to override your soul, spirit ? OR…do you allow your spirit
soul to guide you?

And given that the perceiver becomes a receiver…and the receiver becomes a perceiver…can thus create illusions through
one’s understanding of reality. So, in
retrospect, I would have to say, “Yes.”
“One’s reality can indeed create illusions. And illusions can indeed assist in creating one’s reality.” But, then again, this is just my opinion.