In the 4th episode of the Cosmic Matrix podcast, Laura and Bernhard discuss spiritual integrity and what it means to engage in inner and outer work. Many well-meaning “truth seekers” are overly focused on the external world while lacking a balance of sincere inner work and embodiment. On the other side of the coin, there is the New Age trap of too much “self-work” resulting in narcissistic tendencies, whereas people are overly focused on their internal experience without understanding the world around them, which often results in solipsism.
We are currently experiencing very intense cosmic and energetic planetary changes that are manifesting themselves in numerous ways such as Climate and Earth Changes as well as in personal transformational breakdowns and breakthroughs.
Over the years as my eyes have been opened to what is really going in the world behind the curtain and smokescreen of appearances, it became increasingly clear to me that just trying to change the world without changing oneself through sincere self-work is a dead-end road, or, like Don Quixote, chasing illusory windmills.
That’s what John Lennon was singing about and it is true, all we need is love. But do we really know what love is? Love is a word that is sung about in songs, written in poems, talked about a lot and it is something many people long for one way or the other, mostly in form of a partner.
With people presenting solutions everywhere, be it through the political circus, spiritual leaders, to more progressive movements offering self-sustainable solutions, many people seem to have a plan of how to “fix” the world. Others say all is just as it is supposed to be and all we need to do is to go with the “flow”, focus on “love” and “light” and everything will be good. …
It’s been nine years since 9/11. Millions of people, civilians and soldiers have died world wide in the following war on terror. The American people have lost basic rights due to the Patriot Act. In Europe and other countries, similar “security measures” have been implemented.