Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Spiritual Identity

In searching for my spiritual pathway I use to needle away at myself with the question, "Who am I? What's my true spiritual identity?" Like drawings on sand, an answer that seemed boldly defined one moment would shift with the wind in the next.

Then one day, I realized that maybe this question is too direct. So I took a circuitous route and asked myself, "With which pathway will I help the most people?" 

The answer immediately surfaced.


  1. Comments from "Kosher Kabbalah" FaceBook Group:

    Sara L.: Ask a different question >>>>> Get a different answer, so they say Choni Elchonon Kihleel (Please don't ask me who, as i have no idea who "they" are)

    Choni Elchonon Kihleel To Sara L.: What's so interesting is that for years and years I thought that the best way to get to the answer was via the direct question. It was so frustrating! Whole sessions in hisbodedus/prayer were centered around praying for this. On the psychological level, there's something about being too direct that can actually sabotage a process.

  2. Comments from Main FaceBook post:

    רותי: Beautiful!

    Wendy C. B.: I suppose that every answer to every question is based on perception.

    Choni Elchonon Kihleel: True :)