In the Heart of the Alchemist’s Fire

The world we live in can be a very complicated place! It can be scary and overwhelm us. When people live from their heads not their hearts, they make things more complicated.

I believe the spiritual journey is of simplifying and purification towards source. It is to remove the separation that has been created and journey towards unity.

In the heart of the alchemist’s fire, we purify ourselves and once the fire settles, we rise from the ashes reborn.

Everyone is their own alchemist.

Everyone is a phoenix.

Mark- The Alchemist’s Journey

2 thoughts on “In the Heart of the Alchemist’s Fire

  1. Seconded. I just wrote about this to one of my Discord servers. Let me know what you think.

    “Ezra: The victimless perspective helps with all of the rest. You only realize how much of your worldview it permeates, in its absence. I am whole. Much more than before I made the agreement. But nothing but my internal perspective has changed. For me, the victim status and the illusion of separation were the two fundamental misconceptions that completely fragmented my worldview. While it is only the way that I view the world that has changed, it changes everything.
    Ezra: The process of personal evolution is akin to the carving of marble. How much can be removed and still retain its essence? Still communicate your intention? The Phoenix is the archetypal symbol that it is, for a very good reason.
    Ezra: So don’t be afraid of pain, suffering or the perception of loss. Anything that you could lose is not a part of your authentic being to begin with.
    Ezra: You’ll find, when you’ve “arrived,” that you were there all along. There was just too much trash in the way for you to see it.”

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    1. Thank you for your comments.
      Often when I write I try not to give an answer but to raise a question. The answer to the question is different for each person, yet it’s the same.
      In your comment about how much of the marble can be removed, I feel you may have already answered it yourself. You’ll find, when you’ve “arrived,” that you were there all along. There was just too much trash in the way for you to see it.”

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