Is it possible to discover the ineffable, sublime and unknowable, and be in communication with it without having an image of it?
(PRWeb UK) October 26, 2010
In his recent number one bestselling self-help book, ‘The True Dynamics of Life’, Mike Robinson addresses the question, “Is it possible to discover the ineffable, sublime and unknowable, and be in communication with it without having an image of it?” Most people, when they are meditating, sitting in a church or temple, or asking for help in a dire situation, pray to a deity, which has some sort of form or image. It is very important to be clear exactly to whom, or what, is being given the energy in prayer. Thought is language, and belongs to the mind, but there are no words to describe this divine essence, because it is unknowable and the mind works only in the region of the known. Feeling is not taught as it is with a human from birth, so it is possible to conclude that feeling is in communication with it. Therefore is it possible to feel prayer rather than just think it? Is it possible for individuals to pray to their eternal being, which is this divine essence, without the mind producing an image, a label, desire, or any attachment to an outcome?
Mike Robinson contends, ”You can have communication with this life that lives within you right now. You do not have to go to anyone else, follow anyone else, believe anyone else or go anywhere else. It is right here, right now and it is personal to you.”
Religion is not built on love because it has murdered and led people into separation and elitism. What would happen if religion ended today? Most wars would definitely cease and people would be faced with their ultimate fear of being alone and held within the void of the unknown. No‐one knows if God truly exists or if there is a set path to finding him, because the second someone says they know, they have entered into the mind. Self-discovery is endless and timeless and that is the beauty of it.
‘The True Dynamics of Life’ shows how every human is conditioned from childhood and carries the subsequent beliefs, judgements and opinions with them and views the world through them. Every human is also affected by their childhood first point of pain, a point of shock from an experience of non-love which becomes embedded in the memory and affects the manner of reactions to every situation from then on. These two aspects become the veil of illusion through which each human sees and reacts in the world, an illusion that reinforces beliefs of separation and experiences of non-love. It is the mind that wants to live from these aspects of past conditioning and memory, always seeking something and trying to become something other than what it is. When the blinkers are taken from the eyes it is possible to see everything, including the truth and love.
Mike Robinson says, “Never be fooled by the masks that people wear, because they too have been conditioned.”
‘The True Dynamics of Life’ by Mike Robinson is unique in that it aims to use words as a trigger to take the individual on an inner journey to realise the truth for themselves. This is a book where nothing is hidden, and the forces that govern this planet and all material life are revealed.
There is further information about Mike Robinson’s work, as well as the opportunity to join his membership area for monthly workshops, audio downloads and ongoing support on a journey of self-discovery, by going to his website
The True Dynamics of Life is available for sale online at Amazon.com, from Mike Robinson’s website and other outlets.
About the Author
Mike Robinson is a writer and personal development teacher dedicated to sharing his understandings. Brought up from the age of 3 months in a children’s home in absolute suffering, then put out into the world at 16 yrs with only the clothes he stood up in and no understanding of how the world worked, he spent many years observing his own and others pain until he found a solution. He has since spent the past 35 years travelling the world in an effort to help people recognize the truth and understand love in action. A father of three, Robinson resides in North Walsham, with his family.
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