Archive | February 18, 2012

Reflections A-to-Z

The Springwolf Reflections Index

Merlin~n~SpringI’ve received a lot of great feedback about my new little blog here. I can’t thank you all enough for your input, encouragement and great ideas. I’ve implemented many of them already; such adding a picture of the card for the Daily Tarot Meditation drawing and posting links on Facebook.

Another great suggestion was to provide an index of the articles. Blogs are great for chronologically listing your posts, but sometimes you have to scroll through a ton of articles to find the one you’re looking for. Thanks to my friend Rayne for that perspective and the suggestion!

Of course I can’t do anything normally and have to put my own little flair on the idea. I create an index that appears on the top menu bar as “Reflections A-Z“. It’s the alphabetical listing of what’s here so far from A to Z.

 © 2012 Springwolf, D.D., Ph.D. Springwolf Reflections / Spring’s Haven, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

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Looking At Blessings And Struggles A Little Differently

The Perspective of Spirit vs. Embodiment

Carole Bourdo - "Wolf Song"

Carole Bourdo - "Wolf Song"

I think it’s very important for those of us on a spiritual path to be careful about assumptions and generalizations in both our thoughts and communications. I think it’s even more important for those of us on a spiritual leadership/teacher role to be careful how we put our messages out to others based on those assumptions or generalizations. As with anything in life, generalizing an entire group of people because of the actions of a few can be dangerous. By placing fault, blame or accountability on any group as a whole only adds to the negative discourse and feeds the fray of hate and anger.

If you believe in reincarnation then the condition of an individual or a group of people should be viewed from the perspective of spirit and not from their physical condition in this single embodiment. This morning I read an article about the rich that made some generalizations and assumptions about all of them as group that can help me explain my perspective. I do believe the article was well intended and was trying to make a compassionate point, but it’s attempt to shine a light on one aspect of the human condition can be perceived in an opposite manner as well.

The article began:
“Why are some people blessed with over-abundance, while others have nothing? The answer to this common question is, a person is not showered with blessings so they can just indulge in pleasure. When we have more than we need, it does not really belong to us. From a spiritual point of view, it has been given to us to hold in escrow.” Continue reading