by David McLeod | Oct 5, 2020 | No Comments

People everywhere have been conditioned to believe in the notion of separation. We tend to believe that we are separate from each other, we are separate from nature, we are separate from our spiritual source. As a result of this belief, we tend to favor logical, linear, scientific thinking over emotion, connection, and oneness. Not only that, but when we seek answers, we also tend to look to sources outside of ourselves, and often those answers are not terribly satisfying. In this episode, we consider the importance of seeking the truth from the source that we are always connected to: The Within.

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