Dog or God? This Is Why We Heal Our Shadow.

in philosophy •  3 months ago


As long as we are in denial of aspects of who we are, there is a chance that we will be 'filling up' with nothing more than emptiness while being firmly convinced that we are being nourished by the light of life and consciousness.

As long as the mind continues to dictate to the self a version of reality that is not connected with real feelings, we have no ability to truly discern fact from fiction and little chance of survival or wellbeing!

wishing you well,
ura soul


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This is the time to ponder what Christ had taught early the Christians.

Colossians 2:8 New International Version (NIV)
8 See to it that no one takes you captive through hollow and deceptive philosophy, which depends on human tradition and the elemental spiritual forces of this world rather than on Christ.

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Oh yes, there are many 'thought prisons' and 'traditions' that lead us to destruction.. Often they are now found among the 'business techniques' of 'top businesses'!

I looked through that book in the Bible a little and got the impression that the quote was not from Jesus' own words but someone else. Do you know who was actually speaking there?

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That message was for the Church in Colossians by Saint Paul.
Saint Paul was an Apostle of Jesus to spread the messages he learned From Jesus.

Haha that's some funny shit man, and also glad you've taken this is an opportunity for reflection on the illusory nature of life. Going to throw you a manual vote since steemauto is down and the tribe trail might not hit your post.

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Oh thanks! I didn't know it was down - I'll hold off from posting my update to 'War & Peace' until it's fixed then :)

I will ponder on this and maybe come up with a decent reply later

I'm not certain that heal is the best word, but you had limited options if you wanted to use Dog as part of the word play.