“The failure to recognize and act upon the spiritual importance of (life) is perhaps one of the most remarkable and indefensible follies of the human race. As a commercial asset, life in it’s physical phase is one of supreme value; even its adjuncts, accessories and parts are matters for which armies and navies are brought into existence to defend; in its spiritual aspect the value is practically nil; yet the former is evanescent, the latter abiding; the one vanishing even as we dreamed it away, the other eternal as God Himself. And the men who thus frolic with the shadow, while they neglect the substance, call themselves wise.”
Excerpt from The Life Elysian:: Recorded by Robert James Lees
Hi, I’m Mary. Welcome to Notes Along The Way.
I live with my partner in rural Queensland, Australia. We teach what we believe to be God’s Way of loving and living. In my experience these teachings are the keys to living the happiest and most fulfilled life possible and to unlocking and experiencing the awesome person that God designed each of us to be. I feel incredibly blessed to have found my soulmate and share with him the exciting and soul-stretching life that we have created together.
If you would like to read more about my journey you could start here.
About The Blog
My aim for this blog is to provide practical tips, ideas, inspiration and encouragement for putting the teachings of Divine Truth into practice in day-to-day life.
I’m passionate about developing a personal, lasting and tangible relationship with God and living in harmony, trust and faith with His Laws. I also have a strong desire to know, heal and experience the whole of my soul, including the half of me that is my soul mate. I’m in a process of learning and developing some key personal qualities I believe are essential to knowing ourselves and our Creator. Not the least of these are humility and self-reflection.
These passions and processes are what inspire me to write. They also happen to cover the key progressions we each must engage if we are to live the ‘Way’. You will find writing on this site falls under four main categories which you view in the tabs menu above. I’ve also included a brief summary of each of the themes below.
My additions here on the blog are personal and limited to brief posts. For more comprehensive understanding of the teachings that underpin these writings you can visit our website, our YouTube channel or our Frequently Asked Questions channel.
I hope that you find these ‘Notes Along The Way’ beneficial. Please make yourself at home!
If you would like to ask any questions or make a comment feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or use the comments function on the blog. I’ll do my best to answer (although I can’t always promise this if we are busy or I’m involved in my own process at the time).
Notes Along The Way – Main Categories
Whats Worked For Me
These posts are about things I’ve learned and things I do to support my growth towards God. I’ve made some mistakes along the way and I’m always keen to share the pot holes as well as the time-savers so that other people don’t need to take such a long route! You might also find references in these posts to books, movies, activities or Padgett messages that have helped me open up or learn a lesson.
Walking The Way
Posts in this section fall into the following main categories ‘Relating To God’, ‘Growing Great Soul Qualities’, ‘Lifestyle’, ‘Inspiration’ and ‘Your Stories’.
‘Relating to God’ posts will discuss God’s Nature and Qualities and aspects to developing a personal relationship with God. ‘Growing Great Soul Qualities’ will include truths and reflections on the essential soul qualities and character development necessary for each of us to grow towards God.
The other categories are fairly self-explanatory but will Include readers’ personal experiences of the Way plus topics such ‘veganism’, Learning Centre updates, and other fun and interesting stuff.
What We’re Up To
Just to keep you posted on our travel, projects and dreams!
My Policy On Comments
At times I do attract negative and abusive comments here. I don’t believe I need to defend my action to simply delete such comments. My desire is to create a space that is constructive, helpful and kind to others (and yes, even towards myself – smile). I am very open to answering questions that I find challenging and/ or contentious as long as I feel that the person is sincere about desiring to understand my viewpoint, and are not just feeling nasty or derogatory.