Here’s a very interesting chapter about choosing the middle path.
The middle path requires awareness and increased consciousness which discourage disinformation.
“Because we have taken pieces of wisdom from different places, it does not always offer us a complete picture of the masters involved.
What many people may not even know is that many quotes that are floating around on the internet and which we believe are the words of our masters, are fake, misworded, or taken out of context (e.g. see FakeBuddhaQuotes.com).
While people may see this as a relatively trivial matter, it really isn’t.
After all, how would we feel if we saw a Facebook banner which displayed an image of Jesus with the quote ‘Ho, ho, ho, Merry Christmas! – Jesus Christ’?
While the answer is not likely not to be found in any kind of extreme, the disinformed new age appears to be split between the two ends of the spectrum: an ‘all spirit’ focus at one end (with ideals of love and light) and a hedonistic ‘all material’ focus at the other (with ideals of manifesting ‘unlimited’ abundance, fame, etc.).
There is one path we have yet to collectively try yet: the middle path that Buddha was known to speak of. The middle path leads us to a simple path; one not found in remaining disinformed, but in becoming enlightened.”
Mandy Peterson is a Visionary, Empath, EFT Practitioner and Channel for spirit. She wrote Chapter 50 in the book Holistic Wellness In The NewAge.Her life and passion has always been toward being a voice of empowerment. Her desire is to help empower those struggling within themselves and their relationships, as well as to help others understand a bigger picture which includes the collective and our planet. www.mysticmandy.com