This simple yet powerful quote by Pierre Teilhard de Chardin describes both - the human predicament as well as the solution that is in everyone's reach.
The human predicament is to believe that we are human beings needing to strive to become spiritual. It implies that we are confined to a human form and the limited understanding of the mind, and that we somehow need to become something more or something better. The widespread affliction of feeling that we are "not good enough" has its roots in this misunderstanding.
The solution is to be found in the second part of the statement: "we are Spiritual Beings having a human experience". Our true nature is Divine. Just like a wave is always water, our divine essence is never separate from who we are. Whether we know it or not, we are and always have been Spiritual Beings living, for a time, in a human form. The recognition of this Truth transforms our life profoundly and completely.
It takes a definite practice as well as specific instruction to shift from our everyday human awareness to trusting and recognizing the truth of our Divine Nature. The practice of Meditation and the study of the ancient science of Oneness allow for the recognition to dawn in each and every being who wants to know this eternal Truth for her/himself.
Our year-long Meditation Teacher Training gives you a chance to deeply recognize your own Truth as the Spiritual Being that you are, and to learn how to share this vision skilfully. There is no more fulfilling way of connecting with people, then to guide them to recognize their own True Nature.
A new Meditation Teacher Training starts on November 14. If your inner voice is guiding you towards the depth of your own Divine Nature, we have a couple of spots open and the early bird rebate still applies. If you inspire a friend to sign up I am happy to offer you a free 1 hour Meditation Mentoring session as a thank you. For all details check this link: https://www.sampriyameditation.com/online-meditation-teacher-training, or send me an e-mail with your questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.