By Frank M. Wanderer

Reaching the state of timeless perfection is the goal of every spiritual seeking. This state can be described by no worries, lightness and a feeling of happiness, deep inner peace and an abundance of energy. Nothing can be added to or taken away from this state, this is your original state.

During your spiritual search, all you have to discover is what you already are, not what you were or will be. You forgot this knowledge, because you identified yourself with the outer world of perceivable things and the inner world of things that make you think. Your identity lies in these things now. This illusion makes you forget the immesurable richness of your original being.

An illusion dissolves after it is understood, it comes from its nature. The easiest, shortest way to remember you true self is the spiritual awakening through understanding. Sri Ranjit Maharaj called this the Path of the Bird. During your spiritual awakening you find yourself in a new dimension, in which you see clearly that your true self is already in the state of timeless perfection.

This means you don’t have to take one single step more to find your true self. The understanding and the moments of deep realizations open up the silent depths of your being. The right way of understanding is the best medicine against forgetting. No other effort can lead you to discover your true self, only the clarity of understanding.

From the new book by Frank M. Wanderer Ph.D.  270 Powerful Keys to Spiritual Awakening

In this book, the author gives you keys, which help you develop a deep understanding. However, with your mind always craving for information, you will not be able to make use of these keys. This understanding can only conceive in a silent mind. These keys awaken the consciousness reflected in the silent mind and guide it back to its original life state.


This article (The Path of the Bird: the Most Effective Way of the Spiritual Awakening) was originally published on The Mind Unleashed and syndicated by The Event Chronicle.


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