Divine paradox

May each one of us keep our days in watchfulness and prayer, so that we may benefit more, by the most effective way that there is: assisting Heaven to be among us, in the curious and divine paradox (which reveals the deep respect of GOD for His-Her conscious creatures) of helping Those who help us to help ourselves!

 

Benjamin Teixeira de Aguiar and Spiritual Friends

December 20, 2014

Divine paradox

Divine paradox

 

Praying and Reflecting Aloud – 05/17/2018

Divine Vectors are evolutionary vectors. They point to the integration, to the inclusion, to the respect to sentiments and to the dignity of the different. As long as we do not invade the space of others, we have the right to be who we are. We must be who we are! Onward, caravan of courage! The courage of being authentically spiritual and, consequently, of not trapping ourselves into petty and conforming schemes of moral convenience, of time and of place.

 

Benjamin Teixeira de Aguiar and Spiritual Friends

Praying and Reflecting Aloud – 05/17/2018

Praying and Reflecting Aloud – 05/17/2018

 

Perennial and universal need

Reinforce your prayers and develop a more self-aware attitude – watchfulness, in Christic language –, with less rationalizations and ego defenses.

Otherwise, there can neither be authentic self-knowledge, nor the overcoming of problems and existential crises.

Conversely, the pains are thus aggravated rather than remedied, and the illusions perpetuate themselves, torturing the soul, the heart, the conscience!…

 

Trapped in the victim complex, you block yourself from the possibility of seeing where you are wrong and, thus, favoring less happy situations in your path.

 

Only by detecting your own mistakes and correcting them will you be able to favor a happier line of events in your life.

Message of Mary Christ

Intermediation of Eugênia-Aspásia (Spirit)
Benjamin Teixeira de Aguiar (medium)
June 20, 2019

Perennial and universal need

Perennial and universal need

Perennial and universal need

Perennial and universal need

Humility and lucidity

Humility is lucidity. Lucidity in the sense of neither exaggerating one’s own qualities nor the flaws of others, and neither underestimating the qualities of others nor one’s own flaws.

 

Benjamin Teixeira de Aguiar
January 1, 2017
Maxim extracted from “Destiny, karma and personal mission

Humility and lucidity

Humility and lucidity

Faith and fanaticism

Faith must be the result of the laborious work of the intellect and of the intuition, combined to the most high sentiments and moral values one bears, that is, concerning to the best of one’s own mind and spirit.

The narrow fanaticism of those who wish to convince themselves of a belief that is convenient to their whims and prejudices constitutes a degradation of the natural human impulse to the transcendence and to the reverence of the Sacred, in short: a blasphemy before the Creator.

The horrors perpetuated in the name of God, in the past and in the present, in the Eastern as in the Western, show the gravity of the theme we allude here. In counterpart, the story of the saint souls or the illuminated beings and their acts of unquestionable heroism, as well as the records of the extraordinary realizations of the spiritual geniuses, luminaries of the earthly civilization such as Jesus, Buddha, Lao Tse, in an incomparable scale of benefits to the whole humanity, drastically reveal that faith can and must be a celestial bridge of perception to a greater, deeper, more refined and more complex reality than the one glimpsed by the so limited five physical senses.

 

Eugênia-Aspásia (Spirit)
Benjamin Teixeira de Aguiar (medium)
April 25, 2015.

Faith and fanaticism

Faith and fanaticism

Faith and fanaticism

Faith and fanaticism