Issue 41 – Spiritual Success for the New Year

by on January 1, 2017

Spiritual Life Magazine Issue 41 Cover on spiritual success

Spiritual Success in the New Year

Happy New Year! This time of year is a pivot point between the old and the new. It's a time of hope as we turn our thoughts to plans and success for the next year. And it's important to stop and take stock of the last twelve months. We especially need to celebrate our wins because our strengths, accomplishments, and victories are often forgotten in our focus on improvement.

In this issue of Spiritual Life Magazine you’ll find:

  • The Garden of the New Year – A Poem by Paramhansa Yogananda
  • True Success—Affirmation and Prayer for Self-Healing
  • How to Be a Divine Sculptor
  • Stop the World—I Want to Get Off
  • #1 Fatal Mistake in Achieving Success: Video Talk by John Assaraf
  • The Key to Spiritual Awakening
  • Filter Out the Noise
  • The Noble New: Music Video by the White Light Kirtan Band
  • How To Create An Extraordinary Year
  • 7 Quotes & Reflections On Success

Kamala’s Musings

Happy New Year! This time of year is a pivot point between the old and the new. It’s a time of hope as we turn our thoughts to plans and success for the next year. And it’s important to stop and take stock of the last twelve months. We especially need to celebrate our wins because our strengths, accomplishments, and victories are often forgotten in our focus on improvement.

So, first of all, thank you for reading and supporting Spiritual Life Magazine. I am truly blessed to be able to share these teachings with you, and I’m looking forward to even more and better as I learn and progress on my own journey.

The idea of change is a subtle one on the spiritual path. In one sense, we have to totally transform everything with great will and energy. But on another level, there is nothing to attain, and we don’t really change at all. We already are everything, and we only have to improve our knowing.

Nayaswami Jyotish explains this concept by with an image of a sculptor who doesn’t carve the statue so much as chips away everything that isn’t the statue. And so we have to chip away everything that isn’t truly us, that isn’t our soul nature, to reveal our inner perfection. And I talk about it from the metaphysical point of view of what all of us are really seeking. And there are many more articles and videos that I’m sure you’ll find very interesting.

With love, light, and joy—from my heart to yours,
Nayaswami Kamala
Creator and Founder, Spiritual Life Magazine

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