Our brains are all basically different in degree with one another, hence we all
experience things in differing ways. This is what is called neurodiversity , when
we enter into the inner silence within meditation, we enter a world completely
different from the outer world. In the profound silence we connect to our inner
selves, which is our spiritual divine heritage. Here in that holy silence we
connect with the inner light of spirit, which is often golden in colour and can
flow just like liquid flows. Here within that inner silence all wisdom arises
within our awareness and intuition. How we fully understand this and equate
it with our inner feelings and understanding , differs within everyone this is
the divergent factor that arises within us all and how our brains assimilate
This blog entitled SIGN is about how we can all get to know ourselves
fully and knowingly by going within ourselves and practicing meditation.
Meditation is the key that opens that inner door that leads to a profound
and full gnosis of just who and what you really are.
We owe it to ourselves to inquire and ask the question of “who am “I”?
To know yourself is all our destinies and is our divine heritage,
The SIGN points inwards that’s where you need to look, within
yourself. Then your neurodiversity will come into play and reveal
to you in your own unique way exactly who you really are , which is
a Divine Immortal Soul, when you do that you will be a full knowing
being of your divine spiritual heritage.
warmest regards michael
firstname.lastname@example.org any feedback or emails welcomed.
2 thoughts on “Silence Is Golden Neurodiversity (SIGN)”
My mind loves to read and assimilate knowledge, but my soul is thirsting for meditation. I need to listen to the latter as using just my mind is like looking through a key hole at a vista that my soul can allow me to see fully.
I can relate to that experience, we in truth have to loose our mind, in order to find ourselves. Within the inner silence lies the answer to ALL Questions.
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