Define “spiritual” in context in a way that makes any kind of sense.
Michael Davey

Spirituality is something that someone tied deeply into a logical, linear, materialistic 3D reality will never understand because simply put — it is the opposite of all that.

To quote Shakespeare, there is so much more in the heavens and on the earth and than what is dreampt up in your philosophy, Horatio.

Spirituality is largely invisible to those who do not wish to see it…and it is precisely the reason that there can be no fight against it. It is an invisible power that enables thousands of Native Americans to start organizing and implementing major changes out of nowhere. Because spirituality cannot be owned, conquered, possessed, sold, bought, or commodified in any reasonable way, some assess that it’s not real, but it’s the realist thing there is in many ways.

If you are someone who can access your own spiritual power — which I want to add exists primarily outside of all the worlds major religious systems because the minute you start trying to own, control, manipulate, conquer, possess, spirituality largely goes out of the window — and most religious systems attempt to do that — but, as I was saying if you have experienced spiritual power, you can have no doubt how real it is.

Today greater and greater numbers of people are accessing this power and it’s definitely shaking things up. As for the skeptics, well, if you don’t get it, you don’t get it.

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